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New Products

NEW WAVES: AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS High Power Amplifier The model PHC 447-500 is a 500 W pulsed high power amplifier (HPA) that utilizes class AB bias to achieve high linearity. This amplifier is designed to operate up to 10 percent duty factor and pulse widths up to 2 ms....
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Around the Circuit

Industry News ATK (Alliant Techsystems) has acquired Mission Research Corp. in a strategic transaction that will enable an advanced aerospace and defense technology pipeline spanning concept development to full-scale production. The company, which has approximately 560 employees, has anticipated current-year sales of between $170 and $180 M. With new...
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New Literature

Selection Guide This 20-page basic instruments selection guide includes product comparison tables and photographs of power supplies, counters, digital multimeters, function generators and oscilloscopes for easy evaluation and selection. The guide is designed to provide quick access to production information, expert and comprehensive product support and technical resources. Agilent...
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Catalog Update

Product Catalog This catalog features the company’s RF absorbers and anechoic chambers products. The catalog provides a company background and a detailing on its manufacturing facilities and operations. Product models, descriptions and an explanation as to how the products are utilized is provided. A three-page chamber design questionnaire is...
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Raytheon to Produce Anti-jam GPS Systems for the US Air Force C-130

Raytheon Co. has been awarded a $7.6 M engineering and manufacturing development contract to supply anti-jam Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers to the Air Force’s C-130 Avionics Modernization Program (AMP). Boeing Integrated Defense Systems selected the Raytheon digital anti-jam receiver (DAR) to provide C-130 airlift and special mission aircraft...
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R&D Funding Forecast Predicts Modest Increases in 2004

Total R&D expenditures in the US are expected to increase about 2.5 percent from the $283.8 B spent in 2003 to nearly $291 B in 2004, according to Battelle– R&D Magazine’s annual funding forecast. Government funding of scientific research and development will see the largest increase, while industrial support...
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Northrop Grumman Team to Compete for Space-based Radar Program

Northrop Grumman Co. has assembled a best-of-industry team to compete to develop the Space-based Radar (SBR) system. SBR is a transformational program designed to bring global, persistent surveillance to military and intelligence community users. The system will be an integral component of the nation’s future integrated intelligence, surveillance and...
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Northern and Southern Hemisphere Contracts for Ericsson

Demonstrating its suitability and desirability worldwide, Ericsson’s MINI-LINK™ Traffic Node microwave transmission solution has been selected for two major projects, one in Russia and the other in New Zealand. For both contracts, the system’s deployment recognises that with the introduction of more bandwidth demanding services in mobile networks there...
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Saab Ericsson Space Reflects on Satellite Antenna Contract

It has been announced that Saab Ericsson Space AB, Gothenburg, Sweden, has won an order from satellite prime contractor Alcatel Space to supply two 1.1 m Ku-band Gregorian reflector antennas to be mounted on the earth-facing panel of the WORLDSAT-3 (WS-3) satellite. The antennas have heritage from the lightweight...
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ISTAR Testbed Contract is Tribute to QinetiQ’s Energy

QinetiQ has reaped the rewards of its efforts by being selected, as part of a team led by EDS, to provide the UK’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) with its ISTAR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance) Testbed. The testbed will allow the MoD to experiment with a variety of...
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