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International Journal of Microwave Science and Technology covers the research and development aspects of radio frequency (RF) technology, covering the whole range of sub-gigahertz to sub-millimeter-wave frequency spectrum. Areas of interest include: high frequency semiconductor devices including CMOS, SiGe, GaN, GaAs, and InP; RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave active/passive circuit design; low noise low power front-end electronics; power generation/combining and amplification techniques; frequency conversion techniques including mixers, multipliers, and dividers for receiver and transmitter applications; active and passive phased array antenna technology; antennas: apertures & reflectors, printed circuit, wire antennas; microwave photonics techniques; transmission lines and passive filters; active filters and circuit elements; wireless network (mobile and fixed) specific monolithic integrated circuit design and fabrication; system level RF chip design and technology