Our Inaugural Issue has launched! Get it here.
The IEEE Journal of Microwaves released a special print and open access online Inaugural Issue containing a set of invited papers in January 2021. This introductory issue includes 38 overview, review and historically-focused articles covering the full scope of the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society. It also previews several of our featured and recurring Editorial series including Microwave Pioneers and Industry Pioneers (first articles on Dr. John C. Mather, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Physics for discoveries and measurements related to the Cosmic Microwave Background, and Professor Carver Mead, who first demonstrated the majority carrier transistor (MESFET/HEMT) and is the originator of Moore’s Law, and Microwaves are Everywhere unveiling unusual or overlooked applications for microwaves – in this issue a brief history of the Cosmic Microwave Background Hiding in Plain Sight, to accompany the Pioneer piece on John C. Mather. There is a special preface piece from popular science author Tom Lewis (Empire of the Air – the Men Who Made Radio) preceding our 5G articles. Future issues will add a Women in Microwaves series – coming in July 2021, highlighting significant female members of the Microwave Community in Industry and Academia and Breakthroughs in Microwaves – premiering in April 2021, featuring exciting new developments and in-person interviews.
A full color 512 page print version of our Inaugural Issue is being distributed free to everyone who signs up below. We will be refreshing the sign up sheet and doing a new mass mail out around the 21st of each month until we run out, so sign up now to be certain you will receive one of these archival quality compendiums!
If you would like to receive a FREE print copy of the 512 page full color inaugural issue of IEEE Journal of Microwaves sent to you by post (we will be mailing out on the 21st of each month), please fill in the form below. There are a limited number of issues to distribute and we will be sending them out on a first-come first-serve basis, so don’t wait.
NOTE: The Inaugural print issue comes packaged with an introductory and thank you letter which is sometimes buried in the shipping lable and can be missed. In case you received your copy but did not notice this letter you can read it here.