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21st Century design engineers are faced with daunting challenges! They have new technical concepts to master, new multi-disciplinary skills to learn, and especially, new demands to achieve maximum productivity.

Our Mission
High Frequency Electronics has rapidly become a valuable resource to meet the needs of today’s engineers who are developing high frequency and high speed systems for applications in wireless and wireline communications, navigation, computing, imaging, industrial processes, military and civilian defense ... and more. Our most important tasks are these:

  • Help engineers master new technologies and techniques with editorial content that ranges from fundamental tutorial to advanced theory—essential concepts and practical methods for the design, development and manufacture of components, circuits and systems.
  • Broaden our readers’ knowledge by covering high frequency technologies that cross the boundaries between digital, analog, RF, microwave, mm-wave and optical applications.
  • Enhance engineers’ productivity by presenting the components, modules, subsystems, test equipment and design tools from which they must wisely choose—and by facilitating contact with the companies that provide and support these products.

Targeted Readership
Our magazine and web publications are written for engineers, engineering managers, corporate management, educators and other technical professionals whose work requires them to understand the unique set of principles that are required for successful design, development, production and testing of products using high frequency technologies.

Both Print and Online Media
Today’s engineers are avid users of the Internet, yet they also rely heavily on the books, magazines and scholarly journals that make up their reference libraries. Both media have unique advantages. With our integrated approach, both print and online media are used to deliver core information to our readers. Readers can choose their preferred medium.

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Insulated Wire Inc.

Insulated Wire Inc. is pleased to announce that following the retirement of a French delegate, IW Microwave Products Division President, John Morelli, has been appointed as the Secretary for IEC/SC46F, a subcommittee of IEC/TC46. IEC/SC46F is responsible for RF and Microwave Connectors and Components International Standardization.

Mr. Morelli, who is sponsored by Insulated Wire, brings significant RF/Microwave connector and component experience to the position, and we congratulate him on his new appointment. Mr. Morelli had been serving as the chief Technical Advisor for the US National Committee’s Technical Advisory Group to IEC/SC46F.

The US National Committee of the IEC is a fully integrated entity of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Coming Events

NAB, Las Vegas, April 6 - 11, 2019

WAMICON, Cocoa Beach, FL, April 8 - 9, 2019

Satellite 2019, Washington DC, May 6 - 9, 2019

IMS 2019, Boston, June 2 - 7, 2019

IEEE EMC + SIPI, New Orleans, July 22 - 26, 2019

IEEE AUTOTESTCON, National Harbor, MD, September 9 – 12, 2019

EuMW 2019, Paris, September 29 - October 4, 2019

MILCOM 2019, location TBD, October 2019 (date TBD)

AOC, Washington, DC, October 28 - 30, 2019

IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium, location TBD, January 2020 (date TBD)