The Corry Micronics team will be exhibiting at European Microwave Week 2017 in Nuremberg, Germany from October 8th – 13th, and we couldn’t be more excited.
Where Technologies and Experts Meet
European Microwave Week is Europe’s premier Microwave, RF, Wireless and Radar event. Over 300 exhibitors from all over the world, including Corry Micronics, will be demonstrating the latest and greatest in microwave innovations.
Three Conferences in One
The show comprises of three esteemed conferences:
- The European Microwave Conference
- The European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference
- The European Radar Conference.
Stop By Booth #143
Corry Micronics will be located along with our European distributor, MRC Gigacomp, at booth #143. Our VP of Operations, Bob Meilleur, will be manning our booth each day to help you discover the best solution for your RF and Microwave needs.
This year Corry Micronics will be demonstrating our light weight aeronautical bandpass filters. These have been developed for airborne applications and run the gamut from drones to satellite communications.
We have also developed subsystems specifically for the Cellular interception and jamming industry. These systems include:
- Broadband power amplifiers
- RF Pin Diode switches
- Directional couplers
- Bandpass filters
As an industry leader, we are proud to be attending such a prestigious show and look forward to seeing all of you there. Stop by and visit Corry Micronics at Booth #143.
To learn more about EuMIC 2017 or to register for the event, visit the European Microwave Week 2017 site or click here.
Can’t make it to European Microwave Week to learn how Corry Micronics can deliver customized solutions for your RF and microwave needs? Not a problem. There are other ways to get in touch with us. Either give us a call at (724) 940-7556 or visit our Contact Us page to send us a message. We look forward to learning how we can help your organization.
Imagine being called to a conference by the sound of a conch shell, or watching engineers awkwardly learn the hula, or talking shop with a colleague while enjoying the luau.
The spirit of aloha was a big part of last month’s IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium in Honolulu. The hosts were generous and enthusiastic, and although there were big issues to learn more about, there was also a laid-back atmosphere that really lent itself to networking and fun.
The location also meant that, compared to an event on the mainland, participants interacted with more experts and colleagues from the Asian Pacific region, which was a great opportunity.
Preparing for the rollout of 5G technology was the focus of this year’s event. Don Pavlek, president and CEO of Corry Micronics, said prospective customers were eager to learn more about CMI’s RF power amplifiers, RF filters, and microwave RF switches.
“5G will represent a huge opportunity for CMI, and the RF and microwave industry,” Pavlek said. “ABI Research estimates that the overall 5G system revenue, which includes equipment and services, will top $19 billion by 2025.” That figure represents a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 15 percent.
“CMI has been working with several large cellular companies in preparation for their 5G system deployments,” he added. “I think we are well positioned for the rollout.”
For news and session recaps from IMS 2017, check out the YouTube channel. You can also watch Pavlek in action, discussing CMI’s RF High Power Switches with IMS attendees here.
The validation received from our peers and customers regarding the direction of our innovations is just one of the many gratifying aspects of exhibiting at trade shows – recently, Satellite 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Insights from this year’s event included:
• A growing area of interest exists for Microwave Band Pass Filters;
• There’s a continued demand for smaller, lightweight filters and RF microwave components for airborne applications;
• Also, the demand for satellite and wireless services continues to grow. For us, this points to the corresponding need for quick-turn prototypes, custom-built to clients’ exact specifications.
We had several requests at the show for our digitally tunable RF filters, which are now in the beta-proto-type phase. Additionally, a microwave company placed their first order with us for K-Band filters, while representatives from several other firms requested more details.