CLASTECH 2019- Engaging talks, table top exhibits, and good food

November 1 -- Advanced Registration closes 10/25

Friday, from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, for the 2019 CLASTECH Symposium and Exhibition. We will be at the Proud Bird. The format will be the same as the previous years, with engaging talks, table top exhibits, and good food, for $25 early registration, or $50 onsite. Use this webpage to register.

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Special presentation on "The life of James Clerk Maxwell", by Jim Rautio, Founder of Sonnet Software

Preliminary Antenna Talks

"Neoscan Measurement System" by Dr. Kazem Sabet, EMAG Technologies.
"Circular Ring Arrays" by Dr. Paul Werntz, Boeing Space & Missile Systems

Preliminary Microwave talks

“5G Roadmap” by Tim Lee, Boeing Space & Missile Systems
“Rapid filter design with focus on 5G backhaul needs.” by Ralf Ihmels, Mician
“Practical Waveguide Connector.” By Mr. Yonghui Shu, Founder & CTO of SAGE Millimeter, Inc.
"A Basic Overview of RF/EMI Filters and Filtered Connectors" by Robert Ydens, EMI Solutions
“Long Wave Array at Owens Valley Radio Observatory” by Sandy Weinreb, Caltech

Preliminary Industry Talks

“From CAD to Cosite: A Comprehensive Workflow for Mitigating Radio Frequency Interference on Aircraft” by Jason Bommer, ANSYS Inc.
“Microwave Circuit simulation” by John Dunn, AWR Corp

  Date and Time




  • 11022 Aviation Boulevard
  • Los Angeles, , California
  • United States 90045
  • Building: Proud Bird

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  • Co-sponsored by MTT Chapter, EMC Chapter


Jim Schaffer of HRL


“Hiding in Plain Sight – Expanding the Design Space for Vehicular 4G/LTE Antennas.”

Dr. Paul Werntz, Boeing Space & Missile Systems of Boeing Space & Missile Systems


"Developments in Thinned Array Technology "