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Avago Emerges from Agilent Semiconductor Group Acquisition

Avago Technologies has begun operations as the world’s largest privately held independent semiconductor company. Its creation follows the completion of the acquisition of Agilent Technologies Inc.’s Semiconductor Products Group by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) and Silver Lake Partners in a $2.66 B transaction. Its heritage of technical...
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Galileo Concessionaire Maps Out Key Locations

In what is a major step forward for the Galileo European satellite radio navigation project, the future Galileo Concessionaire has agreed upon the locations of the various facilities under its responsibility that are required for the successful deployment of the programme. Under the agreement the Headquarters of the Galileo...
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Chipcon Acquired by Texas Instruments

Chipcon, a designer of short-range, low power wireless transceiver devices, has been acquired by Texas Instruments (TI) Inc. in a transaction valued at approximately $200 M. At the time of going to press the transaction was expected to be completed during January 2006. Under the agreement Chipcon, which employs...
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New Hope on the Horizon for 802.11n

The Enhanced Wireless Consortium indicated last month that its proposals for the draft 802.11n standard are now substantially aligned with the work of the IEEE’s working group. This is good news for most of the stakeholders in the process. ABI Research has reported on this process before, most notably...
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Alcatel Selected by M/A-COM for New York State Public Safety Communications

Alcatel announced it has signed a subcontract with M/A-COM Inc., a leader in critical communications technologies, to equip the State of New York with an advanced public safety communications network to enhance communications interoperability among public safety first responders. The Statewide Wireless Network, for which M/A-COM will act as...
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Near Field Communications Approaches Three Critical Years

Near Field Communications (NFC) applications will transform consumer commerce, connectivity and content consumption, beginning with trials through 2006 and volume deployments into 2007, according to a new study from ABI Research. NFC, a short-range contactless communication protocol, enables easy-to-use, secure Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity between devices. It provides high...
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The Book End

Phaselock Techniques, Third Edition Floyd M. Gardner Wiley-Interscience • 447 pages; $84.95 ISBN: 0-471-43063-3 The first edition of this book was published in 1966 and the second in 1979. Phaselock was an unimaginably exotic subject in 1966, with limited applications and few practitioners. Now phaselocking is a mature subject....
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Around the Circuit

Industry News On October 21st, 2005, Bill Reich , marketing and communications manager for Narda Microwave East, an L3 Communications company, passed away at the age of 62. A Narda employee for 25 years, Reich initially headed the organization’s publications department, and later oversaw the company’s sales activities. “Bill...
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