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Cornell Selects e2v Klystrons

e2v technologies has been selected to supply narrowband CW klystrons for use in Cornell University’s prototype energy-recovery linear accelerator (ERL), a new and advanced synchrotron radiation machine. The klystrons will aid the university with its research into building future machines for unprecedented materials science and bio-molecular structure analysis. The...
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Cambridge Consultants to Develop Next-generation Terminals

e2v technologies has been selected to supply narrowband CW klystrons for use in Cornell University’s prototype energy-recovery linear accelerator (ERL), a new and advanced synchrotron radiation machine. The klystrons will aid the university with its research into building future machines for unprecedented materials science and bio-molecular structure analysis. The...
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Cambridge Consultants to Develop Next-generation Terminals

Iridium Satellite LLC has appointed Cambridge Consultants as a strategic wireless technology development consultant, charged with helping the company to evolve the design of its ground-based terminal equipment. The consultancy has assembled a multi-disciplinary engineering team with expertise in satellite communications to work on the multi-million dollar program. Specifically,...
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HAI and INDRA Espacio Form Strategic Alliance

A significant European strategic alliance has been agreed between Hellenic Aerospace Industry S.A. (HAI), the largest defence company in Greece operating in the field of aerospace, electronic and satellite communication systems, and INDRA Espacio SA, the leading defence electronics and information systems company in Spain. This co-operation is the...
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Bluetooth/UWB Compatibility Plans Introduced

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced its intent to work with the developers of the wireless technology commonly known as ultra-wideband (UWB) to combine strengths of both technologies. This decision will allow Bluetooth technology to extend its long-term roadmap to meet the high speed demands of synchronizing and...
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SOHO/Consumer WLAN Vendors Struggle for Profits

While SOHO/home WLAN equipment shipment volumes have increased strongly since Apple first launched its AirPort line of 802.11b-compliant consumer WLAN gear in 2000, prices have eroded sharply over the past several years, and few vendors are making much money in the market segment at present, reports In-stat. The SOHO/consumer...
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