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Microwave engineer

Yoichiro Takayama, Japanese microwave engineer. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Microwave prize 1983), Mircro Theory Technology Society (member editorial board 1975-1998), Institute Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers.

Background

Takayama, Yoichiro was born on January 3, 1942 in Zushi, Kanagawa, Japan. Son of Shoichi and Mieko (Murakami) Takayama.

Education

Bachelor Engineering, Osaka (Japan) University, 1965. Master Engineering, Osaka (Japan) University, 1967. Doctor Engineering, Osaka (Japan) University, 1973.

Career

Supervisor Nippon Electric Corporation Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan, 1975-1980, research manager Japan, 1980-1982, manager Japan, 1982-1986, assistant general manager Japan, 1986-1990, senior manager Japan, 1990-1993, chief engineer Japan, since 1993. Member Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference Committee, Japan, 1986-1988. Member technical program committee Gallium Arsenide Integrated Circuit (Gallium Arsenide IC) Symposium.

Chairperson Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference, National Committee, Japan, 1997-1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Inventor active load-pull technique for microwave power transistors. Developer 1st internally matched microwave power GaAsFETs in the world.

Membership

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Microwave prize 1983), Mircro Theory Technology Society (member editorial board 1975-1998), Institute Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers.

Connections

Married Junko Adachi, March 30, 1949. Chldren: Naoko, Yusuke.

father:
Shoichi Takayama

mother:
Mieko (Murakami) Takayama

spouse:
Junko Adachi