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Navy and Industry Team Demonstrate Strike Warfare Architecture

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The US Navy and an industry team that includes Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems and Raytheon recently completed the successful demonstration of the Enterprise Expeditionary Strike Warfare Architecture (eESWA), an advanced targeting and strike capability that will drive the requirements for network-centric strike systems of the future. The experimental demo...
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Alcatel Powers Its Way to Taiwanese Microwave Contract

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Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower), the leading power supplier in Taiwan, has awarded Alcatel a multimillion US dollar contract to implement a digital microwave radio backbone network. Leveraging the company's digital microwave technology, the project will enhance the efficiency of Taipower's network to carry voice and data traffic across its...
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Vislink Comes Under Surveillance in Malaysia

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In a departure from its usual broadcast market, Vislink has been awarded a £1.12 M contract to supply satellite and microwave communications equipment to the Malaysian Government. Working into the central station based in Kuala Lumpur, the new equipment will provide high quality video and audio communications to support...
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Demonstrating a New Air Defence Radar

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In a contract that will be conducted in partnership with the Thales Group, ThalesRaytheonSystems has signed a €70 M contract with the French defence procurement agency, Délégation Générale pour l'Armement (DGA), to develop a demonstrator for a new generation of air defence radar. The demonstrator production will mark the...
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Phasing in CDMA2000 1X Networks in China

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As part of Phase 3 of China Unicom's expansion of its nationwide CDMA2000 1X network, the company is deploying networks based on Nortel Networks solutions in four markets in China. The deployments, which began in April 2003 and are expected to be fully completed by the end of the...
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Big Developments in Small 3G Base Stations

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NTT DoCoMo Inc. has announced the development of micro base stations for the FOMA® (a mobile service based on W-CDMA) 3G network that are up to 1/30th the size of conventional base stations. The FOMA service area has developed steadily, reaching 96 percent of the population nationwide at the...
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WCDMA Base Station Contract for Filtronic 3G RF Units

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Filtronic, a global designer and manufacturer of customised microwave electronic subsystems for the wireless telecommunications and defence industries, has announced that it has been selected by a new OEM customer to supply initial quantities of an integrated radio frequency head unit to be installed in 3G wideband code division...
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IEEE Standard Extends Wireless Communications to Inexpensive Applications

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A new standard from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) opens the world of wireless communications to inexpensive applications, from sensors and switches for industrial and residential use to smart tags and badges, interactive toys, inventory tracking and much more. The standard, IEEE 802.15.4,™ provides for low...
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Automotive Industry Drives the RFID Market

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Despite all the recent hype and excitement surrounding the introduction of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in retail markets, the automotive industry will spend nearly thirty times more on the technology this year. Representing about half of the total RFID market, the auto industry is poised to spend about...
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Consumer Telematics Must Return to Its Roots

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The telematics industry must refocus its attention toward delivering vehicle-specific services if there is any hope of overcoming its current lull. With automakers facing daunting and unprecedented challenges in today’s market place, there is less room for error when launching a new telematics initiative, according to the findings of...
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