Microwave Techniques is excited to share success stories and highlights from our customer RF workshop dates on October 14-15, 2021! Our visitors really enjoyed the lab demonstrations, facility tour, classroom sessions, and training materials. As a whole, the October RF workshop attendees rated the conference an overall 9.5 out of 10!
Highlights from the Workshop
Classroom sessions began for the workshop on the morning of October 14th. In the morning session, attendees learned about transmission media and RF power. The subject matter focused on rectangular waveguide and coaxial transmission line. Later in the day, the visitors toured the two manufacturing facilities in Gorham, Maine.
“Excellent tour and shop. I was impressed with the level of organization and cleanliness. The tour was well-guided,” wrote one attendee. “Facility was very neat and clean,” wrote another. “Top notch, clean, organized, good flow.”
Clearly, the workshop attendees enjoyed their time exploring the Microwave Techniques campus.
On day two of the workshop, classroom sessions included topics regarding environmental factors for transmission lines, and design considerations for RF combiners.
In addition to enjoying the tour and classroom sessions, visitors found the subject matter and presentation materials informative, easy to follow, and relevant to their applications.
Another spotlight from the RF workshop was the lab demonstrations.
“It touched on several topics that relate to our applications and requirements, with the experience to back it up.”
RF Workshop & Lab Demonstrations: Video Highlights
Watch the video below to view highlights from the October 2021 customer workshop.
More to Sessions Come, Stay Tuned for future dates!
After the great success of the first customer workshop, we’ve decided we’re going to make these a more regular occurrence. Please stay tuned! As always, you can contact us at email@example.com if you’d like to learn about future events, or to save your spot for the next workshop.
Do you have an idea for future workshops or classroom sessions? Let us know!