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.

Get a Jump Start on Designing Wearable Devices
A PCB-based reference design provides a start for developing wearable devices.
USAF Academy Works With Cybersecurity Developer
Collaborative efforts between industry and the USAF Academy are aimed at improving commercial and military cyber security systems.
Raytheon Enhances GaN for the USAF
A follow-on contract from the USAF enables Raytheon Co. to push the capabilities of its GaN microwave semiconductor fabrication process.
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Whether you are looking for cavity filters or attenuators, Microwaves & RF has you covered. Here are some of the latest components to optimize your product, device, or system.
MEMS and Micromachined Waveguide Combine for 500-GHz Phase Shifter
A 3.3-b phase shifter combines micromachined waveguide and MEMS chips to achieve 10 phase states from 0 to 90 deg. at frequencies from 500 to 550 GHz.
Dielectric Microstrip Lines Achieve Low Loss at THz Frequencies 1
The same wafers used for MEMS components were the basis for near-THz microstrip transmission lines with low loss.
Using Sound Waves to Analyze MIMO
Low-cost audio speakers and sound waves were used to model the effects of multipath propagation on MIMO wireless communications systems.
Microwave Energy Aims to Improve Health
Microwave technology is increasingly becoming an integral part of medical electronic devices, whether worn or implanted.
Signal Analyzer Extends to 110 GHz
This signal analyzer is capable of making continuous sweeps from 3 Hz to 110 GHz with an internal 1-GHz instantaneous bandwidth.
Wireless Technology Connects Internet to Things
The growth of IoT technology worldwide will depend on choosing the optimum wireless technology for different environments.
What’s the Difference between MIMO and MMICs?
Modern wireless systems have long depended on monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) and are increasingly relying on the use...
Distributed Amplifiers Command DC to 22 GHz
Broadband frequency coverage in an amplifier means that one amplifier can serve many purposes, even for applications requiring coverage of a continuous frequency range...
Pocket-Sized Power Analyzer Extends to 70 GHz
This pocket-sized USB power analyzer works with a PC to measure channel power from 9 kHz to 70 GHz.
MEMS Oscillators Offer Precision Timing
Timing and synchronization of components and subsystems are necessary for many electronic systems, typically relying upon the stability...
Innovative Model Leads to Novel Beamforming Technique
A novel modeling approach improves the beamforming of antennas used for satellite-communications (satcom) systems.
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