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SIAE MICROELETTRONICA at the 21st edition of the Mediterranean Microwave Symposium

SIAE MICROELETTRONICA will participate at the 21st edition of the Mediterranean Microwave Symposium from the 9th to the 13th of May 2022, in the breathtaking scenery of Pizzo Calabro (Calabria Region, South of Italy)

The conference will cover the entire scope of microwave engineering research, from RF/microwave circuits and systems to antennas and electromagnetic compatibility. Specific focus will be given to research papers focused on microwave industrial applications, including automotive, communication, and space areas. MMS2022 is cosponsored by the European Microwave Association (EuMA), the IEEE Italian Chapters on “Antennas and Propagation/Electronic Devices Microwave Theory and Techniques” (AP/ED/MTT) and on “Antennas and Propagation/Microwave Theory and Techniques” (AP/MTT). Click for more info:

During the conference SIAE MICROELETTRONICA will present 3 papers concerning the development of radio frequency components for applications from 20 GHz (K band) to 80 GHz (E band) and a Workshop on “Satellite communication emerging solutions and trends”  as part of the activities within the European project FLEXCOM.

FLEXCOM project: “FLEXible phased array system for sat-COM applications” aims at building a new class of phased array technology for airborne, spaceborne, and Earth segment satellite communications with an unpreceded level of flexibility and reconfigurability. Precisely, FLEXCOM will deliver a highly integrated antenna tile conceived to be the building block through which several SatCom antenna types can be built. FLEXCOM tiles will be designed in order to be used in different scenarios and for different applications, responding to the needs of a continuously evolving SatCom market and enforcing a significant reduction of life-cycle costs. For further information on the FLEXCOM project:

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