European Microwave Week

23 Sep - 28 Sep 2018
Ifema Feria de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

European Microwave Week is truly the premier event of its kind in Europe and its conferences are set to be even more cutting edge and ground breaking in 2018 than in previous years.

The event is held in different major cities around Europe and this year it is being held in Madrid.

The European Microwave Week focuses on the needs of engineers and researchers and offers an opportunity for both communities to discuss the latest trends and developments in the field of application of RF and microwave engineering.

Microwave devices, systems for telecommunications (both terrestrial and space-borne), transportation, medical, radar and new areas of application will be included in the programme. Particular emphasis will be placed on space-related technologies and applications.

As usual the week consists of a number of conferences along with a well supported exhibition.

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Date 23 Sep - 28 Sep 2018
Location Ifema Feria de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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While every effort has been made to ensure that the data given above about the various exhibitions trade shows and events is correct, no liability can be assumed for any errors. It is best to check all details with the exhibtion or trade show website directly.

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