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2003 GHZ Workshop to Focus on New Ops in Electronics

Thu, 09/18/2003 - 9:31am
This year’s Workshop will focus on rapidly emerging technical and commercial opportunities in electronics, specifically relating to the high frequency interconnection and packaging of components and sub-systems for Wireless and High Speed Digital applications. The applications to be addressed will include high-function cellular and satellite telephony, high speed computing, global positioning, collision avoidance, wireless LANs, Bluetooth, and others. The challenges of managing signal integrity at these high frequencies while meeting ever more stringent cost constraints will be taken up by electronics professionals from a range of interdependent disciplines.

The 2003 GHz Interconnect Workshop is sponsored by Rogers Corporation and Merix Corporation. Rogers Advanced Circuit Materials Division in Chandler, AZ, has sponsored the Workshop since its inception. It is the world’s leading supplier of high frequency laminates for RF and microwave applications. Merix Corporation, located in Forest Grove, OR, has sponsored the Wireless Workshop since 1995. It specializes in producing complex, high-density circuits that incorporate the latest manufacturing and product technology.

Background: Established in 1988 by Rogers Corporation, the GHZ Interconnect Workshop was originally called the Microwave Hybrid Circuits Conference, and then in 1994 its name and focus changed to the Wireless Workshop. Last year, the name was again changed to reflect the convergence of the two disciplines of high speed digital and RF/Microwave for wireless communications. The GHz Interconnect Workshop provides a forum for leaders in the Wireless and High Frequency Digital industries to exchange technical information, discuss challenges, and develop solutions for the design, material, fabrication, assembly, and testing of circuits for use in high volume applications of high frequency electronic systems.

For program information, registration form, cost, travel accommodations, and websites of this year’s Workshop sponsors, please visit the Workshop website.

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