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TIPS for NATO

The TIPS industries — EADS, Galileo Avionica, General Dynamics Canada, Indra, Northrop Grumman and Thales — have established a joint venture company to respond to a request for a proposal from NATO for the Alliance Ground Surveillance programme. A contract for the design and development (D&D) phase is expected...
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TRL Technology Invests in Future

In order to develop and focus its business and as an investment for the future TRL Technology Ltd., the wholly-owned subsidiary of TRL Electronics plc, has reorganised its operations and opened a new high technology manufacturing facility. The company, which produces innovative leading edge radio and satellite communications systems,...
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Nokia Commits to China

As a sign of its commitment to the Chinese market Nokia has selected the Beijing Economic-technological Development Area (BDA) as the location for its Nokia China Campus. It will be the company’s headquarters for its activities in the Greater China Area. It will also be the headquarters for its...
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ESA and Avanti Get European Coverage

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Avanti Screenmedia Group plc have signed a contract for the implementation of the Highly Flexible Satellite (HYLAS), a hybrid Ka-band/Ku-band satellite with European coverage. The contract between the two companies covers support for the development of the most innovative elements of this new...
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IEEE 802.19™ to Standardize Coexistence of Wireless Methods

The IEEE 802.19™ Wireless Coexistence Technical Advisory Group (TAG) has begun development of a recommended practice on methods for assessing the coexistence of wireless networks. This document will define recommended wireless coexistence metrics and the methods for computing them, as well as various wireless coexistence scenarios. “Industry continues to...
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RFID Big Picture

Radio Frequency Identification – RFID – is a technology of many uses. In one form or another, it is found in fields as varied as supply chain logistics, aerospace and defense, automotive, border security, life sciences and pharmaceuticals, retail and transportation. Although many reports published by ABI Research and...
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MEMS in Mobile Handsets Will Top $1 B by 2010

MEMS consumption in mobile handsets reached $157 M in 2005 and by 2010, consumption will exceed $1 B, reports In-Stat. In addition to the microphones and bulk acoustic resonators that have dominated the MEMS market to date, there are emerging opportunities for inertial sensors (principally accelerometers) and several types...
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Around the Circuit

Industry News Ducommun Inc . announced that its Ducommun Technologies Inc. (DTI) subsidiary has acquired the capital stock of WiseWave Technologies Inc ., a privately held company based in Torrance, CA. WiseWave is a manufacturer of custom microwave and millimeter-wave products for both aerospace and non-aerospace applications. WiseWave’s sales...
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Techniques of RFID Systems: Architectures and Applications

From its first use in World War II, to differentiate between enemy and friendly aircraft, RFID has come to an era where it is used as an important identification tool, providing added security and conveniences in our daily lives. Its components and fea...
Radio frequency identification (RFID) has become and will continue to be very important in the area of automated identification. With the current emerging RFID technology, it is now possible to have an under-the-skin ATM/credit card or to pay up for a trolley full of goods by pushing across an...
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