ARMMS Microwave & RF Conference
The RF & Microwave Society has been meeting regularly since 1982, originally founded for industrial and academic cooperation in automating RF & Microwave testing (hence the name Automated RF & Microwave Measurement Society) the focus has moved to cover the whole gamut of research, development and implementation over frequencies from a few MHz to THz. Meetings alternate between the April event, usually near Oxford UK, to the November Cambridge UK, gathering.
Based around the presentation of 12-14 papers, taken from Universities, industry and research centres, the conference also has a ‘table top’ exhibition for companies to display their wares. Besides being a learning experience, ARMMS gives attendees a rare opportunity to network with others sharing a common interest. The Society supports young engineers by providing two free spaces at each conference and a £200 award for those who’s paper is accepted. The best paper at each conference, awarded in memory of Steve Evans-Pughe, is voted for by the delegates.
The Society warmly welcomes new members and is an excellent opportunity for new and seasoned professionals to gain insight and depth into the understanding and application of RF & Microwave components, circuits and systems. An archive of past papers is held on the Society website.