Events & Exhibitions

Join Us at the Interlligent RF Design Seminar & Exhibition

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

08:30 – 17:30

BOOTH # 23 & 25





This prime event, based on Interlligent UK RF & Microwave Design Seminar will feature leading presenters from the industry and academia, discussing on key RF & Microwave technologies and applications.

Mr. Aaron Vaisman

Product Line Manager – LTCC – Mini-Circuits

A Technical Perspective on Applications of LTCC Technology for Commercially-Viable Millimeter-Wave Passive Components and Semiconductor Packaging


Aaron Vaisman is the LTCC Product Line Manager at Mini-Circuits where he has held several design positions since he joined the company in 2010.  In his role, he has led teams in the development of components in a variety of technologies such as LTCC, MMIC, Thin-Film and PCB.

His primary areas of interest and research include millimeter-wave passive components and interconnects, network analysis and synthesis techniques, EM simulation techniques, measurement uncertainty and statistical analysis. His design experience ranges from HF to V frequency bands, and he has been awarded three patents in some of the above mentioned fields. Mr. Vaisman received his B.Sc. degree from Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, 2007 and M.Sc. from Columbia University in the city of New York, 2009.

Past 2020 events

New-Tech Military & Aviation exhibition, February 18th (Expo TLV) . Mini-Circuits, represented by MCDI presented its latest products.

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Free Webinar: DOCSIS 4.0 - The Move to 1800 MHz

The major challenge of delivering high-speed data, new HD video channels or digital streaming services in a cable system is the limitation on available RF spectrum. The typical RF bandwidth in the majority of HFC networks today is still 750 MHz. DOCSIS 3.1 defined an upper bandwidth limit of 1.8 GHz but only provided specific requirements for operation up to 1.2 GHz. To fend off fiber and future wireless competitors, cable operators need a multi-gigabit-capable symmetrical network with up to 10 Gbps downstream capacity.  The CableLabs DOCSIS 4.0 specification initiative will define the requirements needed for operation of the entire 1.8 GHz bandwidth allocation.
There are a number of advantages that 1.8 GHz DOCSIS 4.0 can provide for network operators once it is released early next year. Primary among these is the ability to maintain their existing Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) node plus amplifier cascade architecture as an alternative to the more costly 1.2 GHz Fiber Deep N+0 network design. But there are also significant challenges related to higher coax attenuation loss and other impacts that come with higher frequency operation. This webinar will discuss the benefits and trade-offs associated with migrating to a 1.8 GHz network along with the new RF components now in development at Mini-Circuits that are needed to meet the exacting requirements for this expanded frequency bandwidth.  


Erick Olsen
Product Marketing Manager

Erick Olsen currently leads Product Marketing at Mini-Circuits, supporting all of the company’s 27 product lines. He has over 30 years of experience in the RF and microwave industry, starting as an RF designer at Raytheon and serving in director-level product line marketing and management positions at companies including Skyworks, NXP, and Analog Devices. He served in the Rhode Island and Massachusetts Air National Guard for 28 years, starting as a Combat Communications Engineer, and retiring in 2015 as Commander of the Air National Guard’s first Cyber Defense Squadron.

Erick graduated with his BSEE from Syracuse University, and MSEE from University of Massachusetts at Amherst, has published 8 papers, and has been awarded 1 patent.

Phil Miguelez
Access Vision Technologies, LLC

Phil Miguelez has over 25 years of experience in cable access network and equipment design and development both from the supplier side and the operator side. Phil was a leading member of the Next Generation Access Network (NGAN) team at Comcast that worked on the migration from HFC to a Distributed Access Architecture (DAA). He left Comcast at the end of 2018 and is now an independent consultant working with several major component and system vendors.

Phil has 9 US patent grants and over 20 published papers, articles, and webinars. He is an active participant at SCTE and CableLabs and is a member of the DOCSIS 4.0 Working Group that is currently meeting to define the requirements for 1.8 GHz operation.

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IEEE COMCAS Exhibition, Novembre 4th and 5th (Expo TLV) . Mini-Circuits, Saphire Patron, represented by MCDI presented its latest products.


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New-Tech Hi-Tech & Electronics exhibition, May 28th and 29th (Expo TLV) . Mini-Circuits, represented by MCDI presented its latest products.

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New-Tech Military & Aviation exhibition, March 3rd (Expo TLV) . Mini-Circuits, represented by MCDI presented its latest products.

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