2 edition of Half-Colloquium on RF and Microwave Power Semiconductor Devices found in the catalog.
Half-Colloquium on RF and Microwave Power Semiconductor Devices
Half-Colloquium on RF and Microwave Power Semiconductor Devices (1985 London)
|Statement||organised by Professional Group E3 (Microelectronics and Semiconductor Devices, E10 (Circuit Theory and Design), E12 (Microwave devices and techniques); [held] Wednesday 22 May 1985.|
|Series||Digest -- no. 1985/61|
|Contributions||Institution of Electrical Engineers. Electronics Division.|
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