Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2020
Microsystem technology for high frequency applications is a well-established research field for a huge number of microwave to millimeter wave tunable devices and subsystems. Applications encompass ground and space architectures for signal routing, RADAR systems, radio-link communications, satellite reconfiguration, and redundancy purposes.
The current focus is to develop components for signal transmission and irradiation subsystems in the K (18–26.5 GHz), Ka (26.5–40 GHz), and Q (33–50 GHz) bands, which are of great interest for RADAR and telecommunications via satellite. The main purpose is to determine the technological solutions suitable for wide band performance, easily reconfigurable and with superior miniaturization capabilities of passive components.
In this Special Issue, research papers, short communications, and review article contributions are welcome in describing the state-of-the-art for design, technology, and test protocols for high frequency microsystems.
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Dr. Romolo Marcelli
Dr. Emanuela Proietti
Dr. Giovanni Maria Sardi
Prof. Dr. Giancarlo Bartolucci