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.

Bias Module Keeps GaN Devices Protected
This bias controller and sequencer can be used to power and test large-signal GaN and GaAs semiconductor devices.
What’s the Difference Between TWTAs and SSPAs?
The comparison between solid-state and tube RF/microwave amplifiers is no longer the obvious difference in size, weight, and power.
IMS 2015 Welcomes Women in Microwaves, STEM, & Young Professionals
At IMS 2015, the Women in Microwaves (WIM), a subset of the Women in Engineering (WIE) group, is hoping to boost the number of female engineers in the microwave and RF industry.
2015 IMS Products on Parade: Part 2
These products are just a sampling of those that will be on display at the upcoming 2015 IMS Exhibition in Phoenix, Ariz.
2015 IMS Products on Parade: Part 1
These products are just a sampling of those that will be on display at the upcoming 2015 IMS Exhibition in Phoenix, Ariz.
Cavalcade of Cutting-Edge Products Invades 2015 IMS
The exhibition area is open for slightly less than three days, and visitors can easily spend all of their time just scouring the sections of the show floor and the companies devoted to CAE software or to test equipment.
Welcome to IMS 2015: Finding Your Way Around the Symposium
Microwave Week is rapidly approaching, again providing the opportunity to reaffirm outstanding relationships, explore the smorgasbord of microwave products/services, and dive into the latest and greatest technologies that the microwave industry has produced.
Instruments Team for Affordable Analysis
Several new instruments, including a VNA and a line of high-speed oscilloscopes, help simplify measurements through 33 GHz.
Transcorder Tackles 50 MHz to 6 GHz

Measuring RF/microwave signal activity is not always easy because of the changing nature of those signals, especially when the activity may be irregular or inconsistent. Yet, it is often necessary to have some form of record of a particular signal, especially when characterizing or documenting the activity of different wireless systems.

Power Analyzer Integrates Scope
This compact instrument combines a power analyzer with a digital oscilloscope to effectively measure AC and DC voltage, current, and power.
Packaging and Substrate Solutions Gain Ground
A firm specializing in packaging and substrate design and manufacturing has added to its capabilities.
Power Divider Spans 12 to 18 GHz
A line of broadband power dividers includes model with low loss for applications from 12 to 18 GHz.
High CV Tantalum Cap Has Low Profile
A line of lead-free capacitors is supplied in a low-profile package.
Guerilla RF
LNAs Emerge from New Supplier
A pair of low-noise amplifiers offers high gain and low noise figures at frequencies through 3800 MHz.
Custom MMIC
GaAs Low-Noise Amp Boosts 17 to 27 GHz
This low-power LNA chip is capable of 24-dB gain and 1.3-dB typical noise figure from 17 to 27 GHz.

IMD Measurements with IMDView: MS4640B Series Vector Network Analyzer
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How to Select an Analog Signal Generator
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How to Use a SERDES Channel Simulator for PAM-4 Simulations and Analysis
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