CLASTECH is a technical symposium held yearly highlighting recent developments in RF and microwave technologies as a joint effort by the local chapters of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) and the Antennas and Propagation Society (APS).  The event will return to the Proud Bird Events Center Friday, November 2, 2018: Exhibit floor open from 7:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m., technical talks from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Both the Proud Bird Restaurant and Events Center have been completely remodeled bringing new life to a revered landmark.


Dual technical tracks are presented.  The technical tracks are focused on technology for each of the two chapters, one on antennas and the other on RF/microwave.  Presenters are drawn from all areas of the globe: from the technology rich LA Basin to the far reaches of friendly international  tech centers.

A table-top technical exhibition including leading OEM's, local representative firms, and distributors surrounds the banquet tables where lunch and refreshments are served.  This venue and arrangement provides attendees a great way to get the latest technical updates as well as an opportunity to network among their peers.

​The 2018 CLASTECH Symposium and Exhibition will include technical sessions, a poster session, and tabletop exhibits.   A buffet lunch will be provided.  To get the ½ price fee ($20), register on-line and ensure that you get lunch, please register before October 26, 2018.  Onsite registration will be $40.  Parking is free!

Click here to register or contact c.jackson@ieee.org for more information.  The technical program flyer is available
here.   If you are an exhibitor, see instructions to exhibitors.

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PHotos from past years
​Microwave presentations


"Everything You Can Do With Vector Nonlinear Microwave Measurements",

Patrick Roblin, Ph.D., Ohio State university

"Origin of the Universe: The Big Bang and what it teaches us"
Brian Williams Ph.D., SAGE Millimeterwave

“SiGe Chips for SATCOM and 5G Systems”,

Naveen Yanduru, Ph.D., Integrated Device Techchnology

“Exploring the Universe: “From Antarctica to the Stars”,

Jose Siles, Ph.D., NASA/JPL





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Antenna presentations


"Innovative Antenna Designs for CubeSats: Concepts, Designs, Implementation and Outlook",

Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Ph.D, UCLA

“Space Solar Power – What is it? Where Has it Been And What Could be Its Future?”

Richard G. Madonna, Ph.D., Project Manager, Space Solar Power Project, California Institute of Technology

"X-band Integrated Printed Antenna Measurement" Michael Hollenbeck, CTO Optisys LLC

“Innovative Antenna Solutions for Improved Wireless and Satellite Communication Applications”,

Satish Sharma, Ph.D., San Diego State University