Improve On Modeling Results

June 4, 2013
Precision measurements are instrumental to development valid high-frequency software models.  

Developing valid models is an essential part of the high-frequency design process, and Maury Microwave Corp. has been a part of the measurement/modeling side of the industry for some time, working with leading producers of test-and-measurement equipment, including Agilent Technologies, Anritsu Co., and Rohde & Schwarz. The firm recently announced revision of its MT930-series IVCAD measurement and modeling device characterization software for use with commercial vector network analyzers (VNAs). In addition, the company, which will be well represented by senior staff members at IMS booth No. 1139, will be showcasing its new Stability™ line of amplitude- and phase-stable coaxial cable assemblies from its component division. As part of the MicroApps theatre located on the exhibition floor, Maury will offer the presentation “High Speed Active Load Pull For Production Testing” on Wednesday, June 5, scheduled for 10:10 AM.

Editor's Note: For more show coverage, be sure to visit Microwaves & RF's IMS 2013 page.

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