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Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions Brings Together Major Forces

Emerson has strengthened its Connectivity Solutions portfolio by bringing together the Midwest Microwave , Vitelec Electronics , Johnson Components and Stratos Optical brands under one new trading name, Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions Ltd. As part of Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions, the combined product lines will deliver cutting-edge...
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Ducommun Acquires DynaBil Industries

Ducommun Inc. announced that it has acquired DynaBil Industries Inc. , a privately held company based in Coxsackie, NY. DynaBil is a provider of titanium and aluminum structural components and assemblies for commercial and military aerospace applications. DynaBil’s sales in calendar year 2008 are expected to be approximately $43...
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A Look Forward into LTE

From the Microwave Journal November 2008 Supplement. While a large majority of owners use their mobile phones for voice calls and short message services (texting) only, a growing number are using bandwidth-hungry applications such as Web browsing, music downloads and streamed video. The current explosion in wireless data use...
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WiMAX Adoption Strong in the Face of Economic Turmoil

New report from WTRS identifies winning markets, drivers and challenges for WiMAX within the wider wireless broadband arena.
Fueled both by consumer demand for entertainment and communication as well as governmental regulatory and economic incentives, companies at all levels of the broadband services and infrastructure value chain are developing new technologies and enabling new services that will continue to push the US broadband market forward over the...
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The Road to 4G

From the November 2008 issue of Microwave Journal. In 2008, the road to 4G has cleared a bit, with Ultra-mobile Broadband (UMB) left publicly by the roadside. However, the two remaining “4G” technologies, LTE and WiMAX, still present much speculation and confusion, InStat reported. Generally, “4G” technologies are considered...
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