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2007 IEEE MTT-S RWS Exhibitor List

COMPANY Advanced Test Equipment Agilent Technologies Ansoft Corp. Antenna Systems & Technology Mag. AR Worldwide Artech House Besser Associates Inc. Bird Technologies Group Cadence Design Systems Inc. Cambridge University Press Continental Resources Inc. CST Of America Inc. DBm DuPont Microcircuit Materials EMAG Technologies Inc. Emhiser Micro-Tech Focus Microwaves Inc....
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Infrastructure Products Get to Market 3-6 Months Faster

Suppliers of IT infrastructure equipment are designing newer products to meet more stringent Class B electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements. Traditionally, when such companies address EMC design during the prototype phase, five to ten board re-spins are typically needed to meet EMC requirements, each of which might take two to...
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Unity Wireless Gains Momentum in Russian Wireless Market

Unity Wireless Corp. announced that it has successfully signed a distribution agreement with Russia’s largest wireless equipment distribution company. This agreement now gives Unity much needed relationships and access to Russia’s tier-1 wireless network operators for the outdoor and new indoor repeater line of products. The cell phone market...
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IMS 2007: Microwaves Across the Pacific

Six months from now, Honolulu, HI will be the host city for what is widely regarded as the most prestigious microwave industry gathering in the world: the 2007 International Microwave Symposium (IMS 2007), to be held June 3–8, 2007. IMS 2007 is the largest international conference devoted to the...
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Agilent Completes Acquisition of Acqiris

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced it has completed the acquisition of Acqiris SA , a privately held company that provides high-speed digitizers and analyzers used in commercial, industrial and government electronics markets. Financial details were not disclosed. Acqiris's employees, most of whom are located in Geneva, Switzerland, have joined Agilent....
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MEMS Technology Will Take Off in Mobile Phones in 2008

According to a new study from ABI Research, 2008 will be the take-off year for Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) in the mobile phone, as the technology's small size, flexibility and performance advantages become big drawcards, critical to enabling the adaptive, multifunction handsets of the future. MEMS technology for consumer markets...
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