Jack Browne

Jack
Browne
Technical Contributor,
Microwaves & RF

Jack Browne, Technical Contributor, has worked in technical publishing for over 30 years. He managed the content and production of three technical journals while at the American Institute of Physics, including Medical Physics and the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology. He has been a Publisher and Editor for Penton Media, started the firm’s Wireless Symposium & Exhibition trade show in 1993, and currently serves as Technical Contributor for that company's Microwaves & RF magazine. Browne, who holds a BS in Mathematics from City College of New York and BA degrees in English and Philosophy from Fordham University, is a member of the IEEE.

Articles
Satellite
Modeling High-Data-Rate Terahertz Satellite Links
Atmospheric models show the feasibility of high-data-rate satellite communications links at terahertz frequencies.
Security
Transceiver Array Aids Submillimeter-Wave Radar
Vertical waveguide structures formed on thick silicon wafers made possible a submillimeter-wave transceiver capable of detecting concealed weapons under clothing.
Satellite
Ka-Band Antennas Link Mobile Satcom Users
Two different antenna designs were developed for Ka-band satellite communications applications.
What Substrate Material Best Fits Your High-Speed Circuits?
A long list of parameters must be considered when choosing a PCB material for a particular application.
VCXOs Quiet Phase Noise to -162 dBc/Hz
A family of LVPECL voltage-controlled crystal oscillators features extremely low levels of phase noise for output frequencies from 40 to 125 MHz.
Matching a Process to Application Demands
A fabless semiconductor firm designs and fabricates ICs from X-band through millimeter-wave frequencies by applying the most suitable semiconductor technology for each device.
Summarizing Advances in SDR Technology
SDR technology is expanding into many different markets as the required component functionality is integrated into smaller, lower-power integrated circuits (ICs).
Remote Monitoring System Resolves Interference Issues
A remote monitoring system can be accessed remotely via Internet/cloud connections to change instrument settings, view test results for measurements performed on wireless communications networks, and proactively resolve signal-interference issues in real time.
Microwaves & RF’s Products of the Week (4/24-4/30)
Whether you are looking for amplifier modules or power dividers, Microwaves & RF has you covered. Here are some of the latest products to help optimize your applications, devices, and systems.
Current Analyzers Go Where No Instrument Has Gone Before
Two instrument, their sensors, and accessories provide first-ever capabilities into the measurement of extremely low levels of current consumption.
Receiver Navigates Precision Time Keeping
A receiver works with satellite signals to generate precise frequency and timing outputs for synchronizing test equipment and broadcast and communications systems.
Seeking MM-Wave Antennas for RFID Tags
To make use of frequencies above 30 GHz for RFID tags, compact antennas with wide beamwidths are needed.
Wearable Antennas Work at VHF and UHF
The design of wearable antennas must consider mechanical characteristics as much as electrical performance.
Terahertz Spectroscopy Tracks H2O Vapor Temperatures
Measurements of H2O vapor temperature with terahertz spectroscopy can be useful for a number of different industrial applications.
Analyzers Measure Device Microcurrents
IMS 2016 attendees will witness a new category of analyzer that has never before been available: the Keysight CX3300 Series of device current waveform analyzers.
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