MegaPhase Extends Support for 2018 STEM Program in Philadelphia

MegaPhase provided its knowledge support for the recently held 2018 STEM Program hosted by the IEEE at the High School of the Future in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The program was conducted along with the recently concluded IMS 2018 event.

The IEEE presented to the STEM Program participants several aspects of the RF Microwave industry. Topics included:

  • Circuits, smartphone and test equipment
  • Breadboarding a simple FM transmitter
  • Ham Radio introduction
  • Mobile Outreach Vehicle

IMS 2018 continued the tradition of working with local area students interested in STEM by collaborating with the School District of Philadelphia to put on a one-day STEM program located at the High School of the Future.

High school students participated in activities by the Tesla Science Foundation with an original Tesla Coil and also Virtual Reality goggles showing medical procedures; and also met with The Radio Club of America's Director and Youth Activities Chair, Carole Perry, who travels the world introducing Amateur (Ham) Radio and teaching Morse code to students. Several individual members of MTT participated with programs such as "breadboarding a simple FM transmitter" and "circuit design, smartphones, and test equipment.

Founded in 1998, MegaPhase is a leader in the design and manufacture of RF and microwave cable assemblies and passive components from DC to 110 GHz. The company offers a wide range of products serving commercial telecom and Military markets, including air-, ground- and sea-based electronic warfare systems.