Microwave Technology and Techniques Workshop (MTT)

Country: Netherlands

City: Noordwijk

Abstr. due: 17.03.2017

Dates: 03.04.17 — 05.04.17

Area Of Sciences: Physics and math; Technical sciences;

Organizing comittee e-mail: esaconferencebureau@atpi.com

Organizers: ESA/ESTEC

 

Objectives

The objectives of the Workshop are:

  • To review the state-of-the-art and trends of key microwave research, technologies, and techniques.
  • To review the current and future applications for microwave devices.
  • To assess the impact of these technologies on future satellite systems at space, ground and user segment levels.
  • To identify enabling technologies for performance and/or cost breakthroughs.
  • To exchange on new ideas.
  • To promote exchanges between system/payload and technology specialists.
  • To provide a forum to foster contacts between industry and academia.



Topics of Interest

Papers should describe new developments and innovative ideas in line with the objectives of the Workshop. Possible topics for paper submission are given in the following list:

  1. Solid-state technologies and devices (MMIC, Schottky diode, HBV, RFIC,..)
  2. RF functions (low-noise amplifier, mixer, multiplier, detector, broadband ADC/DAC,..)
  3. Frequency generation techniques (VCO, PLL, DDS, OCXO,..)
  4. Power amplification (SSPA, TWTA,..)
  5. RF MEMS devices and micro-machining techniques
  6. Passive components (filter, multiplexer, switch, cables, connectors,..)
  7. RF packaging and interconnection technologies
  8. Microwave photonics technologies and techniques
  9. Telecom equipment for space (MPA, converter, switch-matrix,..)
  10. Earth observation/Science microwave instruments, receivers, front-ends,..
  11. Microwave technology for Navigation systems
  12. Low-cost technologies for user-terminals
  13. Modelling (linear, nonlinear, EM,..) and characterisation/measurement techniques 
  14. Advanced manufacturing  for microwave equipment

Conference Web-Site: http://esaconferencebureau.com/2017-events/mtt2017/home