IEEE Microwave Magazine – February 2022
The February issue of the IEEE Microwave Magazine is out! This issue features research by women in microwaves. And we also have a great set of regular columns. As you know, for the real backstory on the issue check out the Editor’s Desk and for more information on the features go for the Guest Editor’s Desk.
Our features cover a wide range of topics from phased arrays to metrology and radome absorbers. Each article is a tour of the topic with the latest information and a lot of background so anyone can learn from it. But the features are not the only places to sharpen your technical skills. This issue has a Microwave Bytes about theory, practice, and improving the practice so it gets closer to the theory. We also have an Enigma’s column providing us a solution to last month’s quiz on shunt diodes. There are also thought-provoking columns which do not involve circuits or Maxwell’s equations. This month our MicroBusiness column confronts obfuscation and SCIgen. Do you know someone who could be, and maybe should be, replaced by a computer program?