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QinetiQ Acts On Urgent Call To Theatre

As part of an in-theatre Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) program, QinetiQ has integrated a civil satellite communications system into a number of the UK MoD’s Joint Helicopter Force (JHC) assets. The requirement was to deliver beyond line of sight (BLOS) voice communications capabilities that allow deployed JHC assets to...
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RF to Light 100 - March 13, 2007

First Things First: RF to Light index for the week ended March 9, 2007. The RF to Light 100 index rose 1.9% to 2503, YTD +2%, regaining 1/3 of the previous 6% fall. NASDAQ up 0.8%. The RF semiconductor market segment took the lead with a 3% gain, up...
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New Products

Components &bull Broadband SP5T Switch The model SWN-1170-5DR is a reflective broadband single-pole five-throw switch with integral TTL driver. This switch operates in a frequency range from 1 to 18 GHz with low insertion loss of 3.25 dB maximum, an isolation of 60 dB minimum and a VSWR of...
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New Waves: Test, Measurement and CAD

Spectrum Analyzer Trio Three new models have been added to the MS272xB series of handheld spectrum analyzers. The MS2724B offers continuous frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 20 GHz while the MS2721B and MS2723B cover frequencies up to 7.1 and 13 GHz, respectively. The MS2724B exhibits low phase noise...
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Endwave Introduces Millimeter-wave Receivers for Radiometer Systems

Endwave Corp. , a provider of high frequency RF modules for telecommunications networks, defense electronics and homeland security systems, has announced the release of two custom-designed millimeter-wave receiver modules for radiometer applications. Two downconverter models have been custom-designed to operate at K-band (20 to 40 GHz) and V-band (50...
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RFMI Announces Agreement with MACTEC

RF Monolithics Inc. (RFMI) announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Aleier Inc. , has entered into a strategic alliance agreement with MACTEC Engineering and Consulting Inc. , a wholly-owned subsidiary of MACTEC Inc., to offer integrated enterprise asset management (EAM) and engineered management systems (EMS) solutions with machine-to-machine (M2M) communications...
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Analysis and Design of a One-twelfth Wavelength Three-section Directional Coupler

This article describes the design and development of a three-section 10 dB backward wave directional coupler at Ku-band. The approach demonstrates a two-third reduction in the line length of each section, compared to the traditional approach. The simul...
Presently, the trend in satellite communication is focusing on high frequencies with wider user bandwidths. Directional couplers are an integral part of onboard as well as ground applications, either for combining or splitting power. Planar directional couplers, using coupled microstrip lines, are commonly used for different coupling values.1 Couplers...
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AT&T Sells 2.5 GHz Spectrum To Clearwire For $300 Million

Sale Fulfills Commitment Of AT&T-Bellsouth Merger
AT&T Inc. announced last month an agreement to sell to Clearwire Corporation, a national provider of wireless broadband Internet access, all 2.5 GHz spectrum currently licensed to, or leased by, BellSouth, now the new AT&T. For AT&T, the deal follows through on a commitment of the AT&T-BellSouth merger. The...
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IBM Gets $4 Million Wireless Contract From Brownsville, Texas

IBM Will Help Brownsville Develop A Network To Empower City Groups
IBM has entered into a $4 million agreement with Brownsville, Texas to develop and implement a WiMAX-Wi-Fi municipal wireless network that will primarily serve to improve operational efficiencies within city agencies. “They’re really focusing on the real business value of these network,” said Riz Kaliq, global business executive for...
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Research and Markets: How Does the Cost of WiMAX Spectrum Compare to the Cost of 3G Spectrum?

Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c51442 ) has announced the addition of the Pyramid Research, Inc report: Deciphering the Cost of WiMAX Licenses - The Cost of WiMAX Spectrum, Why it is Cheaper Than 3G Spectrum, and Why it is About to Become More Expensive to their offering. Over the...
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