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Articles Tagged with ''engineering''

Copper Mountain Technologies expands team to support growth

As demand for vector network analyzers (VNAs) increases, Copper Mountain Technologies has hired two new employees to support the company’s growth. Masud Al Aziz and Rick Hollowell will both play strong roles when it comes to helping customers improve their radio frequency (RF) and microwave testing processes via the company’s affordable, lab-grade equipment.   


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NI drives down cost of wireless production test

NI, the provider of platform-based systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, released the Wireless Test System (WTS), a solution that dramatically lowers the cost of high-volume wireless manufacturing test. Although faced with the rising complexity of wireless test, companies can confidently reduce test costs and multiply throughput on the production floor with a system optimized for measurement speed and parallel test.


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DiTom Microwave announced the appointment of IMC. Ltd. as their new exclusive rep for Japan

DiTom Microwave, an AS9100 Rev C. certified U.S. manufacturing company located in Fresno, Calif. with over 28 years of experience engineering, designing, and manufacturing high quality ferrite isolators and circulators for the space and defense markets,  announced the appointment of IMC. Ltd. as their new exclusive representative for Japan.


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Amphenol Connex is now Amphenol RF

Amphenol Connex has merged with Amphenol RF, headquartered in Danbury, Conn. The combined product portfolio will be marketed and sold under the name Amphenol RF. The Moorpark, Calif. facility will continue to operate as the company’s main North American distribution center and Amphenol RF’s western regional sales office providing support to local customers.


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ANSYS to present info session on new 3D EM encrypted component models at IMS

ANSYS, a global leader in engineering simulation software, will host a special information session at the IEEE MTT-S  International Microwave Symposium (IMS2015) in room 102 BC of the Phoenix convention center on Thursday, May 21. The one hour session entitled, “Leveraging Protected IP with Encrypted 3D HFSS Components for Next Generation Wireless Design & Integration” will highlight a new patent pending capability for sharing high-fidelity electrical models used in high-frequency circuit and system simulations.


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Health and engineering converge at IMS2015

University of Illinois' Swanlund Chair Professor John Rogers will deliver the plenary session address on Monday, May 18 at the IEEE MTT-S 2015 International Microwave Symposium (IMS), kicking off a week of more than 160 technical sessions that indicate industry growth at the intersection of RF and microwave technologies with health.


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