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== Formation and timeline ==
  
== Formation  ==
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<p>The forerunner of IEEE Antennas &amp; Propagation Society (AP-S) was known as the IRE Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation (PGAP) which was formed in 1949. </p>
  
The forerunner of IEEE Antennas &amp; Propagation Society (AP-S) was known as the IRE Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation (PGAP) which was formed in 1949.  
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*July 15, 1949 - 'Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation' (IRE). formed
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*1963 - became 'IEEE Professional Technical Group on Antennas and Propagation'.
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*1965 - became 'Group on Antennas and Propagation'.
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*August, 1973 - became 'Antennas and Propagation Society'.
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*June, 1994 – Field of Interest revision
  
 
== Background  ==
 
== Background  ==
  
<br>An early history of the IEEE Antennas &amp; Propagation Society (AP-S) was completed by Ralph E. Hiatt in March 1983 who was the AP-S Historian. This was in preparation for the IEEE Centennial in 1984. Please see the attached archive document. <br>According to an earlier history article entitled a "History of the Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation" (1962), "From the beginning, publications have loomed large in PGAP. Before the familiar brown covered Transactions appeared in July 1953, four blue covered, multi-lithed issues were produced. <br>PGAP-1, published in February 1952, contained papers from the August Western Convention at San Francisco. <br>PGAP-2 appearing in March 1952, similarly contained papers of the URSI-IRE meeting at Cornell University in October of the previous year. <br>PCAP-3 dated August 1952, contained the April 1952 URSI-IRE meeting at NBS, Washington. <br>PGAP-4 dated December 1952 contained Western Convention papers for 1952, this time from Los Angeles. Since 1953, a total of 47 issues, including one special supplement, of the IRE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation have been published, with the yearly volumes numbered AP-1, AP-2, etc. This publication was issued quarterly until January 1960, when a bimonthly schedule was established. The special supplement contained papers presented at the Symposium on Electromagnetic Wave Theory held over June 15-20, 1959 at Toronto. The papers from the 1955 Electromagnetic Wave Theory Symposium, held at the University of Michigan, appeared in one regular issue of the Transactions. From the beginning, the Transactions Editor was John Smyth of Smyth Research Associates, San Diego. After a marathon service, in 1959, John handed the task across to Sidney Bowhill of Pennsylvania State University."<br>  
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<p>An early history of the IEEE Antennas &amp; Propagation Society (AP-S) was completed by Ralph E. Hiatt in March 1983 who was the AP-S Historian. This was in preparation for the [[A Century of Electricals|IEEE Centennial]] in 1984. Please see the attached archive document. </p>
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<p>According to an earlier history article entitled a "History of the Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation" (1962), "From the beginning, publications have loomed large in PGAP. Before the familiar brown covered Transactions appeared in July 1953, four blue covered, multi-lithed issues were produced. </p>
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<p>PGAP-1, published in February 1952, contained papers from the August Western Convention at San Francisco. </p>
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<p>PGAP-2 appearing in March 1952, similarly contained papers of the URSI-IRE meeting at Cornell University in October of the previous year. </p>
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<p>PCAP-3 dated August 1952, contained the April 1952 URSI-IRE meeting at NBS, Washington. </p>
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<p>PGAP-4 dated December 1952 contained Western Convention papers for 1952, this time from Los Angeles. Since 1953, a total of 47 issues, including one special supplement, of the IRE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation have been published, with the yearly volumes numbered AP-1, AP-2, etc. This publication was issued quarterly until January 1960, when a bimonthly schedule was established. The special supplement contained papers presented at the Symposium on Electromagnetic Wave Theory held over June 15-20, 1959 at Toronto. The papers from the 1955 Electromagnetic Wave Theory Symposium, held at the University of Michigan, appeared in one regular issue of the Transactions. From the beginning, the Transactions Editor was John Smyth of Smyth Research Associates, San Diego. After a marathon service, in 1959, John handed the task across to Sidney Bowhill of Pennsylvania State University." </p>
  
 
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== Antennas &amp; Propagation Society Transaction Editors  ==
  
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== Antennas &amp; Propagation Society Chapters  ==
 
== Antennas &amp; Propagation Society Chapters  ==
  
{| cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="1" width="700" summary="AP-S Chapter List"
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Albuquerque<br>Argentina<br>Atlanta<br>Australia Capital Territory<br>Baltimore<br>Beijing<br>Benelux<br>Bombay<br>Boston<br>Buffalo<br>Bulgaria<br>Calcutta<br>Chicago<br>Cleveland<br>Coastal Los Angeles<br>Columbus<br>Connecticut<br>Croatia<br>Czechoslovakia<br>Dallas<br>Dayton<br>Denver<br>Eastern North Carolina<br>Egypt<br>Finland<br>Florida West Coast<br>Foothill<br>Fort Worth<br>France<br>Fukuoka<br>  
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<p>[[IEEE Albuquerque Section History|Albuquerque]]<br>[[IEEE Argentina Section History|Argentina]]<br>[[IEEE Atlanta Section History|Atlanta]]<br>[[IEEE Australian Capital Territory Section History|Australia Capital Territory]]<br>[[IEEE Baltimore Section History|Baltimore]]<br>[[IEEE Beijing Section History|Beijing]]<br>[[IEEE Benelux Section History|Benelux]]<br>[[IEEE Bombay (Mumbai) Section History|Bombay]]<br>[[IEEE Boston Section History|Boston]]<br>[[IEEE Buffalo Section History|Buffalo]]<br>[[IEEE Bulgaria Section History|Bulgaria]]<br>[[IEEE Chicago Section History|Chicago]]<br>[[IEEE Cleveland Section History|Cleveland]]<br>[[IEEE Coastal Los Angeles Section History|Coastal Los Angeles]]<br>[[IEEE Columbus Section History|Columbus]]<br>[[IEEE Connecticut Section History|Connecticut]]<br>[[IEEE Croatia Section History|Croatia]]<br>[[IEEE Czechoslovakia Section History|Czechoslovakia]]<br>[[IEEE Dallas Section History|Dallas]]<br>[[IEEE Dayton Section History|Dayton]]<br>[[IEEE Denver Section History|Denver]]<br>[[IEEE Eastern North Carolina Section History|Eastern North Carolina]]<br>[[IEEE Egypt Section History|Egypt]]<br>[[IEEE Finland Section History|Finland]]<br>[[IEEE Florida West Coast Section History|Florida West Coast]]<br>[[IEEE Foothill Section History|Foothill]]<br>[[IEEE Fort Worth Section History|Fort Worth]]<br>[[IEEE France Section History|France]]<br>[[IEEE Fukuoka Section History|Fukuoka]]<br> </p>
  
 
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Germany<br>Hong Kong<br>Houston<br>Hungary<br>Huntsville<br>Hyderabad<br>Israel<br>Italy<br>Japan Council<br>Kansai<br>Kitchener-Waterloo<br>Lithuanian<br>Long Island<br>Malaysia<br>Melbourne<br>Milwaukee<br>Mohawk Valley<br>Montreal<br>Nagoya<br>Nanjing<br>New Jersey Coast<br>New South Wales<br>North Jersey<br>Norway<br>Orlando<br>Ottawa<br>Palouse<br>Philadelphia<br>Phoenix<br>Poland<br>  
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<p>[[IEEE Germany Section History|Germany]]<br>[[IEEE Hong Kong Section History|Hong Kong]]<br>[[IEEE Houston Section History|Houston]]<br>[[IEEE Hungary Section History|Hungary]]<br>[[IEEE Huntsville Section History|Huntsville]]<br>[[IEEE Hyderabad Section History|Hyderabad]]<br>[[IEEE Israel Section History|Israel]]<br>[[IEEE Italy Section History|Italy]]<br>[[IEEE Japan Council History|Japan Council]]<br>[[IEEE Kansai Section History|Kansai]]<br>[[IEEE Kitchener-Waterloo Section History|Kitchener-Waterloo]]<br>[[IEEE Kolkata Section History|Kolkata]]<br>[[IEEE Lithuania Section History|Lithuanian]]<br>[[IEEE Long Island Section History|Long Island]]<br>[[IEEE Malaysia Section History|Malaysia]]<br>[[IEEE Melbourne Section History|Melbourne]]<br>[[IEEE Milwaukee Section History|Milwaukee]]<br>[[IEEE Mohawk Valley Section History|Mohawk Valley]]<br>[[IEEE Montreal Section History|Montreal]]<br>[[IEEE Nagoya Section History|Nagoya]]<br>[[IEEE Nanjing Section History|Nanjing]]<br>[[IEEE New Jersey Coast Section History|New Jersey Coast]]<br>[[IEEE New South Wales Section History|New South Wales]]<br>[[IEEE North Jersey Section History|North Jersey]]<br>[[IEEE Norway Section History|Norway]]<br>[[IEEE Orlando Section History|Orlando]]<br>[[IEEE Ottawa Section History|Ottawa]]<br>[[IEEE Palouse Section History|Palouse]]<br>[[IEEE Philadelphia Section History|Philadelphia]]<br>[[IEEE Phoenix Section History|Phoenix]]<br>[[IEEE Poland Section History|Poland]]<br> </p>
  
| Portugal<br>Princeton / Central Jersey<br>Queensland<br>Rio De Janeiro<br>Russia<br>Russia North West<br>Russia Siberia<br>San Diego<br>Santa Clara Valley<br>Seattle<br>Seoul<br>Singapore<br>South Africa<br>South Australia<br>South Eastern Michigan<br>Southern Alberta<br>Spain<br>Spokane<br>Springfield<br>Sweden<br>Switzerland<br>Syracuse<br>Tainan<br>Taipei<br>Thailand<br>Toronto<br>Tucson<br>Turkey<br>Ukraine<br>United Kingdom &amp; Republic of Ireland<br>Vancouver<br>Victorian<br>Washington<br>Winnipeg
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| [[IEEE Portugal Section History|Portugal]]<br>[[IEEE Princeton/Central New Jersey Section History|Princeton / Central Jersey]]<br>[[IEEE Queensland Section History|Queensland]]<br>[[IEEE Rio de Janeiro Section History|Rio De Janeiro]]<br>[[IEEE Russia Section History|Russia]]<br>[[IEEE Russia (Northwest) Section History|Russia North West]]<br>[[IEEE Russia (Siberia) Section History|Russia Siberia]]<br>[[IEEE San Diego Section History|San Diego]]<br>[[IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section History|Santa Clara Valley]]<br>[[IEEE Seattle Section History|Seattle]]<br>[[IEEE Seoul Section History|Seoul]]<br>[[IEEE Singapore Section History|Singapore]]<br>[[IEEE South Africa Section History|South Africa]]<br>[[IEEE South Australia Section History|South Australia]]<br>[[IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section History|South Eastern Michigan]]<br>[[IEEE Southern Alberta Section History|Southern Alberta]]<br>[[IEEE Spain Section History|Spain]]<br>[[IEEE Spokane Section History|Spokane]]<br>[[IEEE Springfield Section History|Springfield]]<br>[[IEEE Sweden Section History|Sweden]]<br>[[IEEE Switzerland Section History|Switzerland]]<br>[[IEEE Syracuse Section History|Syracuse]]<br>[[IEEE Tainan Section History|Tainan]]<br>[[IEEE Taipei Section History|Taipei]]<br>[[IEEE Thailand Section History|Thailand]]<br>[[IEEE Toronto Section History|Toronto]]<br>[[IEEE Tucson Section History|Tucson]]<br>[[IEEE Turkey Section History|Turkey]]<br>[[IEEE Ukraine Section History|Ukraine]]<br>[[IEEE United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Section History|United Kingdom &amp; Republic of Ireland]]<br>[[IEEE Vancouver Section History|Vancouver]]<br>[[IEEE Victorian Section History|Victorian]]<br>[[IEEE Washington D.C. Section History|Washington]]<br>[[IEEE Winnipeg Section History|Winnipeg]]
 
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== Antennas &amp; Propagation Society&nbsp;Archive ==
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== Antennas &amp; Propagation Society&nbsp;Archives ==
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<p>[[Media:AP_applications_for_PC_1984.pdf|Antenna Propagation PC applications-1984 53Kb]] </p>
  
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Formation and timeline

The forerunner of IEEE Antennas & Propagation Society (AP-S) was known as the IRE Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation (PGAP) which was formed in 1949.

  • July 15, 1949 - 'Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation' (IRE). formed
  • 1963 - became 'IEEE Professional Technical Group on Antennas and Propagation'.
  • 1965 - became 'Group on Antennas and Propagation'.
  • August, 1973 - became 'Antennas and Propagation Society'.
  • June, 1994 – Field of Interest revision

Background

An early history of the IEEE Antennas & Propagation Society (AP-S) was completed by Ralph E. Hiatt in March 1983 who was the AP-S Historian. This was in preparation for the IEEE Centennial in 1984. Please see the attached archive document.

According to an earlier history article entitled a "History of the Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation" (1962), "From the beginning, publications have loomed large in PGAP. Before the familiar brown covered Transactions appeared in July 1953, four blue covered, multi-lithed issues were produced.

PGAP-1, published in February 1952, contained papers from the August Western Convention at San Francisco.

PGAP-2 appearing in March 1952, similarly contained papers of the URSI-IRE meeting at Cornell University in October of the previous year.

PCAP-3 dated August 1952, contained the April 1952 URSI-IRE meeting at NBS, Washington.

PGAP-4 dated December 1952 contained Western Convention papers for 1952, this time from Los Angeles. Since 1953, a total of 47 issues, including one special supplement, of the IRE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation have been published, with the yearly volumes numbered AP-1, AP-2, etc. This publication was issued quarterly until January 1960, when a bimonthly schedule was established. The special supplement contained papers presented at the Symposium on Electromagnetic Wave Theory held over June 15-20, 1959 at Toronto. The papers from the 1955 Electromagnetic Wave Theory Symposium, held at the University of Michigan, appeared in one regular issue of the Transactions. From the beginning, the Transactions Editor was John Smyth of Smyth Research Associates, San Diego. After a marathon service, in 1959, John handed the task across to Sidney Bowhill of Pennsylvania State University."

Antennas & Propagation Society Transaction Editors

Years Editor in Chief
1952-1959 John B. Smyth
1960 - 1962 Sidney Bowhill
1963 - August 1965 Herman Cottony
August 1965 -July 1968 John Ruze
July 1968 -July 1971 Alan Schell
July 1971 -July 1974 Leon Ricardi
July 1974 - July 1977 William Croswell
July 1977 - July 1980 Walter Kahn
July 1980 - July 1983 Raj Mittra
July 1983 - July 1986 Ronald Fante
July 1986 - July 1989 Ronald Pogorzelski
July 1989 - July 1992 Robert McIntosh
July 1992 - July 1995 Ronald Marhefka
July 1995 - July 1998 Piergiorgio Uslenghi
July 1998 - August 2001 L. Wilson Pearson
August 2001 - July 2004 Allen W. Glisson
August 2004 - present Trevor S. Bird
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Past Antennas & Propagation Society Chairs

Year Chair / President
1949 - 1950 L. C. Van Atta
1950 - 1951 Newbern Smith
1951 - 1952 George Sinclair
1952 - 1953 A.H. Waynick
1953 - 1954 P.S Carter
1954 - 1956 D. C. Ports
1956 - 1957 H.G. Booker
1957 - 1958 J.I. Bohnert
1958 - 1959 R. L. Mattingly
1959 - 1960 Arthur Dorne
1960 - 1961 E.C. Jordan
1962 Harry Fine
1963 S.A. Bowhill
1964 R.C. Hansen
1965 W.E. Gordon
1966 A.T. Waterman
1967 K.M. Siegel
1968 K.S. Kelleher
1969 D.R. Rhodes
1970 R.E. Hiatt
1971 C. T. Tai
1972 J.B. Damonte
1973 C.J. Sletten
1974 C.H. Walter
1975 W.H. Kummer
1976 Raj Mittra
1977 E.A. Wolff
1978 A.C. Schell
1979 L.J. Ricardi
1980 R.C. Johnson
1981 R.C. Hansen
1982 G.A. Thiele
1984
1985
2012 Trevor Bird

Antennas & Propagation Society Chapters

Albuquerque
Argentina
Atlanta
Australia Capital Territory
Baltimore
Beijing
Benelux
Bombay
Boston
Buffalo
Bulgaria
Chicago
Cleveland
Coastal Los Angeles
Columbus
Connecticut
Croatia
Czechoslovakia
Dallas
Dayton
Denver
Eastern North Carolina
Egypt
Finland
Florida West Coast
Foothill
Fort Worth
France
Fukuoka

Germany
Hong Kong
Houston
Hungary
Huntsville
Hyderabad
Israel
Italy
Japan Council
Kansai
Kitchener-Waterloo
Kolkata
Lithuanian
Long Island
Malaysia
Melbourne
Milwaukee
Mohawk Valley
Montreal
Nagoya
Nanjing
New Jersey Coast
New South Wales
North Jersey
Norway
Orlando
Ottawa
Palouse
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Poland

Portugal
Princeton / Central Jersey
Queensland
Rio De Janeiro
Russia
Russia North West
Russia Siberia
San Diego
Santa Clara Valley
Seattle
Seoul
Singapore
South Africa
South Australia
South Eastern Michigan
Southern Alberta
Spain
Spokane
Springfield
Sweden
Switzerland
Syracuse
Tainan
Taipei
Thailand
Toronto
Tucson
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland
Vancouver
Victorian
Washington
Winnipeg

Antennas & Propagation Society Archives

Antenna Propagation Society History 1949-82 3Mb

Antenna Propagation PC applications-1984 53Kb


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