EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – May 16, 2016 – AWR Design Forum (ADF2016), an open forum that brings together NI AWR software customers and partners as well as microwave and RF engineering professionals to learn, network and collaborate on the design of today's microwave and RF circuits and systems, kicks off its sixth consecutive year on July 8 in Tokyo.
The opening keynote features Dr. Yasuko Kasai, a specialist in Earth and planetary observation and a senior researcher at the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT). Her speech will overview the Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (JUICE) project, which she is leading on behalf of NICT as a sub-mm wave instrument national project. The European Space Agency plans to launch JUICE in 2022 and have a probe arrive near the planet in 2030. The probe will be equipped with technology for observing terahertz radiation that was developed by Dr. Kasai.
Additional highlights of ADF2016 include:
- Technical application-centric presentations featuring NI AWR Design Environment™
- Select customer and keynote presentations
- Live demonstrations/exhibition area
This event is free to attend but advanced registration is required. Learn more about ADF2016 Tokyo venue online at: awrcorp.com/adf/locations/tokyo-japan-2016
Additional locations for ADF2016 this summer include:
Shanghai, China August 16, 2016
Shenzhen, China August 19, 2016
Taipei, Taiwan August 22, 2016
Hsinchu, Taiwan August 23, 2016
Seoul, Korea September 6, 2016
More detailed information on ADF2016 can also be found at: awrcorp.com/adf
About NI AWR Software
The NI AWR Design Environment software portfolio includes RF/microwave electronic design automation (EDA) tools such as Visual System Simulator™ for system design, Microwave Office/Analog Office for microwave/RF circuit design, and AXIEM and Analyst™ for electromagnetic analysis. NI AWR software tools help design engineers to dramatically reduce development time and cost for components, circuits, systems and subsystems employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. Readers can learn more at ni.com/awr.
About National Instruments
Since 1976, NI has made it possible for engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges with powerful, flexible technology solutions that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries–from healthcare to automotive and from consumer electronics to particle physics–use NI’s integrated hardware and software platform to improve the world we live in.