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Airport full body scanner market worth $118.2M by 2021

The airport full body scanner market is projected to reach USD 118.2 Million by 2021, registering a CAGR of 8.40%. A number of factors, such as easy availability of smaller robust components, rising concern for airport security, and growth in passenger traffic worldwide will drive the growth of the airport full body scanner market.
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Anritsu introduces cost-efficient, high-performance signal analyzers

Anritsu Co. expands its Signal Analyzer MS2840A family with the introduction of three models that support the 9 kHz to 3.6 GHz, 6 GHz, and 26.5 GHz frequencies. With the new instruments, Anritsu fills a market void for cost-efficient, high-performance signal analyzers that address the middle frequency ranges, providing an economical solution to accurately measure wireless equipment, oscillators and other components for narrowband applications, land mobile radio, wireless backhaul, radar and automobile electronics.


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Ardent Concepts expands TR Multicoax Series line with the release of TR 20

Ardent Concepts Inc., a designer and manufacturer of high performance GHz connectors used in the development of semiconductor applications and systems, has expanded its TR Multicoax series with a 20 GHz version of its Multicoax product. As a cost reducing alternative to cumbersome surface mount connectors, TR 20 is a value connector that has exceptionally low loss.


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ADI's transceiver provides reliable radio connections and extended battery life for IoT

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) introduced a low power, high performance, radio transceiver for battery powered applications. The new transceiver enables more reliable wireless radio connections with fewer retries and packet losses as well as longer battery lifetime. The ADF7030-1 features a highly sensitive receiver and superior immunity to signal interference as well as low power modes, including the industry’s lowest current in sleep mode.


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Fairview Microwave releases new lines of flexible waveguides

Fairview Microwave Inc., a supplier of on-demand microwave and RF components, introduces a new portfolio of flexible waveguides operating up to 40 GHz over nine popular frequency bands. These new flexible waveguides, also known as “flexguides”, are most commonly deployed as a pliable signal conduit in misaligned waveguide systems where traditional rigid waveguide sections are no longer possible to use.


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