Two papers from UCLA outline optical design and prototype development and evaluation of a new system of reflection-mode terahertz imaging for early, accurate, non-contact detection and study of corneal diseases in humans. The system reveals corneal-tissue water content and geometry while avoiding the problems caused by direct contact with the cornea required by earlier THz systems.
The 2018 Radio & Wireless Week runs 14-17 January in Anaheim, CA, and includes IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium, PAWR (power amps), SIRF (silicon monolithic ICs), WISNet (wireless sensors), and TWIOS (Internet of Space), plus the MTT-S Winter Technical Meeting.
THZ Sieves as Lenses
Some THz imaging applications demand custom lenses, often not commercially available. THz sieves offer a new kind of lensing solution, improving upon the resolution of conventional zone plates constructed with the same level of detail.
The MTT-S Winter Technical Meeting (on 13 January 2018 in Anaheim, CA, during Radio and Wireless Week) offers preview talks from the Society’s 2018 Distinguished Microwave Lecturers. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge.
DETECTORS Antenna-Coupled MKID Performance
Microwave kinetic inductance detectors (MKIDs) are state-of-the-art for the next generation sub-mm imaging instruments that require kilo-pixel focal plane arrays. This MKID design is optimized to operate in a 100-GHz band around 850 GHz with background-limited radiation detection down to about 100 aW.
MTT-S and IEEE invite you to the Young Professionals RF Tech Forum and Networking event on 15 Jan. in Anaheim, CA, part of Radio & Wireless Week. The workshop provides a platform for sharing knowledge, meeting colleagues, and networking with industry executives.
Near-field radiometry for measuring temperature inside the human body operates in the 1.4-GHz quiet band for centimeter penetration into tissues with low RF interference, showing good agreement with independent measurements.
CALL FOR PAPERS mm-Waves Symposium and 5G Hardware Summit
The deadline is 14 Jan. 2018 for submitting papers for May’s 11th Global Symposium on Millimeter Waves (GSMM) and IEEE 5G Summit in Boulder, CO. Acceptance notifications go out on 18 February, and manuscripts are due 18 March.
WEARABLES mm-Wave Textile Integrated Waveguides
Two millimeter-wave textile integrated waveguides (TIWs), which differ only in the substrate used, have been designed, manufactured, and experimentally verified to conform with predicted behavior.
The 19th annual IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON 2018) will be held in Sand Key, FL on 9-10 April to address up-to-date multidisciplinary research, focusing on the theme, “mm-Waves and Internet of Things (IoT) for Commercial and Defense.”
INTERFEROMETRY New Method for 3-D Millimeter-Wave Holography
A novel interferometry technique for active millimeter-wave (MMW) holography. Simulations and laboratory experiments validate the method’s reconstruction accuracy and computational efficiency.
Upcoming MTT-S-sponsored meetings include Radio & Wireless Week (Anaheim, CA, 14-17 Jan., including SIRF, PAWR, TWIOS and others), Space Terahertz Technology (ISSTT, Pasadena, CA, 26-28 Mar.), and Wireless and Microwave Technology (WAMICON, Sand Key, FL, 9-10 Apr.)
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Submit a video of your power amp project by 26 January to compete for prizes up to $3,000. Competitors can qualify for a free MRFX1K80H 65-V LDMOS 1800 W RF power transistor chip from sponsor NXP. See contest web page for details.
Members of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society who want to share information about events, conferences, contests, publications, or other topics of interest to MTT-S colleagues are invited to e-mail Newsletter Working Group chair Xun Gong (email@example.com) and newsletter editor Douglas McCormick (firstname.lastname@example.org).