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Applies Surveillance Technology for US Marines in Iraq

United States military forces stationed in Iraq will soon utilize surveillance technology and methods adapted from those used by police departments to track and investigate gang activity. Lockheed Martin, in conjunction with Chicago and Los Angeles police departments, is employing counter-insurgency (COIN) surveillance technology to support urban operations conducted...
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Raytheon, ITT to Offer Early, Affordable Wideband Radios

Two military communication leaders, Raytheon Co. and ITT, are collaborating on two new, highly affordable software communication systems, the Microlight-3G and the Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Advanced Improvement Program-enhanced (SINCGARS ASIP-E). The new products share common modules, waveform capabilities and operating environments. Pre-production units for user evaluation...
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Fine ARTS Contract for QinetiQ

As part of the Advanced Radar Targeting System (ARTS) programme, the UK Ministry of Defence has awarded a contract to QinetiQ to demonstrate the advanced targeting capability offered by Electronically Scanned (E-Scan) radar technology. The company has teamed with SELEX Sensors and Airborne Systems and BAE Systems Customer Solutions...
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3G/WCDMA Products Increase

The Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) survey — 3G/WCDMA-HSDPA Devices Variety and Availability — confirms that the number of 3G/WCDMA devices announced in the market has reached 315, an increase of 129 products over the previous half-year period. The rapidly increasing variety, competitiveness and availability of user devices are...
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Moscow Institute Benefits from Cadence Expertise

Cadence Design Systems Inc. and the Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology (MIET) have successfully completed a three-year joint curriculum development project to provide engineering students with the skills and knowledge to work for international technology companies in Russia. However, its benefits will continue to be reaped, as the two-year...
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Bluetooth Automotive Markets a Good Bet for Continued Growth

Bluetooth automotive markets have historically been impeded by many issues that have slowed uptake and effectively stalled the market. In its recently published report entitled “Automotive Bluetooth — Handsets, Headsets, Telematics, OEM and Aftermarket Installed Devices,” ABI Research has found the market grew significantly in 2005 and is showing...
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For Contactless Payments, Consistency is Key

2005 was notable in the United States for its demonstration — in the rollout of contactless payment capabilities to millions of people — of just how fast a major technology can be deployed. Issuers such as Chase Bank, HSBC, American Express and others have distributed contactless cards and key...
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Asia CEM Market is Now World’s Largest

With an abundance of low cost labor and a vast technical workforce, Asia is now the world’s largest Contract Electronic Manufacturing (CEM) market, reports In-Stat. The Asian CEM market was US $73.35 B in 2004, and is expected to reach US $161.90 B by 2009, the high tech market...
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