AMTA Regional Nodes
Regional Nodes are a great way to connect with local fellow AMTA members and offer opportunities for those interested in antenna measurements to participate on a personnel level. Below is contact information for existing nodes. If you are interested in finding an existing node in your area or want to form a new node, please contact the AMTA Vice President at email@example.com.
Rocky Mountain Node - Mike Francis
Gateway Node - Lydell Frasch
AMTA 2020 papers are now available online in the AMTA paper archive
For those who did not attend this year's symposium, just a reminder to renew your membership before the end of this year
(Helpful HINT) Don't recall your login credentials or AMTA number? Just click the Reset password link on any page an follow the instructions
AMTA papers are now included in IEEE Xplore (for those that granted permission).
Visit AMTA 2020 website for the virtual symposium held from November 2-5, 2000.
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