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Articles Tagged with ''radio''

U.S. Air Force awards Harris $85 M IDIQ contract for tactical radios

MarketWatch: Defense

Harris Corp. has been awarded an $85 million IDIQ contract to provide the U.S. Air Force with Falcon multiband manpack tactical radios and accessories. Harris also received initial delivery orders of $33 million.


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Rohde & Schwarz launches next-generation software defined tactical radio

Rohde & Schwarz has introduced the R&S®SDTR, the first in a new generation of software defined radios, together with a family of network capable waveforms.


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National Park Service collaborates with C4i to deliver signal range extension

In early fall C4i was called upon to assist a high altitude search and rescue training facility located in the mountains of eastern California. The base dispatch center was having difficulty communicating across a high peak to personnel on the other side, as well as with aircraft.  The field team operated in a very rugged, remote area and needed a way to communicate with members who worked at the main buildings, however the groups were separated by a mountain range 3 miles (5 km) away.


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CML Microcircuits releases a digital PMR chipset for low-power radio

MMICs&More

CML Microcircuits has released new function images for their successful CMX7131/7141 family of digital PMR processors.


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Anritsu introduces analog signal generator for narrowband applications

TestBench

Anritsu Co. introduces the MG3740A analog signal generator that outputs AM/FM/ΦM test signals for evaluation of narrowband analog radio equipment used in public safety networks and private commercial networks. 


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Ceragon launches new generation of packet radio solutions

Ceragon Networks Ltd. announced the launch of its new generation of packet radio solutions, FibeAir IP-20C. Striving to meet the unique demands of 4G/LTE-A networks and provide mobile operators with long-term network planning peace of mind, FibeAir IP-20C is breaking the traditional capacity barriers, and is the only microwave radio to offer a virtual fiber solution in licensed bands.


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U.S. Navy orders KMW1031KT booster amplifier kit from AR

MarketWatch: Defense

AR Modular RF has received a large order from the U.S. Navy for its KMW1031KT 20-watt, 30-512 MHz booster amplifier kit. 


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Eastern OptX announces Series 7000 Multi-Radio Channel Replicator

Eastern OptX, specialists in fiber optic delay lines for RF and microwave test applications, announced the commercial availability of the Series 7000 Multi-Radio Channel Replicator, a multi-radio test system that replicates the propagation path of real-world applications. The Series 7000 is used by the radio communications industry to design, produce, qualify, and verify interoperability of radio systems.


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Soitec increased production of bonded SOS wafers to meet Peregrine demand

Soitec (Euronext Paris), a world leader in generating and manufacturing revolutionary semiconductor materials for the electronics and energy industries, announced it has more than doubled production of bonded silicon-on-sapphire (BSOS) substrates to meet increased demand from its strategic partner, Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. (NASDAQ: PSMI). Peregrine Semiconductor, a fabless provider of high-performance radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs), has increased peak-production capability of its latest-generation STeP5 UltraCMOS® technology-based RF switches to more than two million units a day, to support design wins in the Radio Frequency Front Ends (RFFEs) of today’s most advanced 4G smart phones, and other wirelesscommunication applications.


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Growth drives remote radio heads to nearly $1 B in 2012

The demands of cost reduction and greater efficiency in cellular base station design are leading to a rapidly growing market for remote radio heads. According to a new study from ABI Research, this market is on track to exceed a value of $1 billion in 2017. Cellular base stations are now undergoing a design revolution. A base station was traditionally a rack of equipment inside a shelter. That design is now becoming anachronistic because it is expensive, and because the required coaxial cable running up the tower to the antennas often results in significant losses of power.


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