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COTS Connector Receives Interim Approval from US Navy

<B>Tyco Electronics</B> recently obtained interim approval from the US Navy for its line of non-pull proof SC fiber optic connectors.
Tyco Electronics recently obtained interim approval from the US Navy for its line of non-pull proof SC fiber optic connectors. These connectors are for use in commercial off the shelf, or COTS applications. A Commercial Item Description (CID) for this product is in draft form and expected to be...
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Comtech PST Awarded $3 M for High Power Amplifiers and Switches

B>Comtech Telecommunications Corp.</B> announced that its Melville, NY-based subsidiary, <B>Comtech PST Corp.</B>, has received $3 M of orders from a domestic OEM to supply broadband, solid-state, high power radio signal jamming amplifiers and switches.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. announced that its Melville, NY-based subsidiary, Comtech PST Corp. , has received $3 M of orders from a domestic OEM to supply broadband, solid-state, high power radio signal jamming amplifiers and switches. These amplifiers and switches, which include the latest solid-state transistor and switching technology and...
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Silicon and MEMS Solution Vendors Facing Challenges in a Monolithic Timing Device Industry

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - April 2, 2007 - Vendors of solutions based on silicon and micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) face an uphill battle to make a dent in the huge market for timing devices, according to a recent study from ABI Research.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - April 2, 2007 - Vendors of solutions based on silicon and micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) face an uphill battle to make a dent in the huge market for timing devices, according to a recent study from ABI Research. The market was and is dominated by quartz...
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Startup Corners Niche RFID Markets

An impressive series of events appears to have moved <B>RFID Ltd.</B> from startup to possible major player in a short time.
An impressive series of events appears to have moved RFID Ltd. from startup to possible major player in a short time. The company attracted major media and industry attention when it announced its two new niche market RFID tags: the BagChip for lost airline luggage, and the SurvivalTag to...
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Agilent Announces Strategic Partnership with Mentor Graphics

<B>Agilent Technologies Inc.</B> announced a strategic partnership with Mentor Graphics, licensing to Agilent certain products in the Mentor Graphics Volcano® product line.
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a strategic partnership with Mentor Graphics, licensing to Agilent certain products in the Mentor Graphics Volcano® product line. The Agilent LIN Tester, derived from Mentor's Volcano LIN Spector™ product, and the Agilent Vehicle Protocol Tester Series 500, derived from Mentor's Volcano TELLUS® product, help automotive...
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RFMD and Skyworks Gain Strength in Handset PAs

Strategy Analytics, the global research and consulting company, released “RFMD and Skyworks Gain Share, Further PA Consolidation Likely,”
Strategy Analytics, the global research and consulting company, released “RFMD and Skyworks Gain Share, Further PA Consolidation Likely,” which notes that the top two suppliers of power amplifiers (PA) for cellular terminals increased their combined share of the market to an estimated 71 percent in 2006. According to Chris...
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Frequency Synthesis: Current Solutions and New Trends

This article presents an overview of microwave frequency synthesizer technologies. Various synthesizer architectures along with their main characteristics are analyzed. The new markets’ demands, design challenges and possible solutions are considered.
The appeal of a low cost, high performance frequency synthesizer as a key component of virtually any test and measurement (T&M), communication and monitoring system is recognized throughout the microwave industry. 1–5 Although all synthesizers exhibit significant differences as a result of specific applications, they share basic fundamental design...
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2007 IEEE Radar Conference: The Place Where it All Began

The attendance was high at this year’s IEEE Radar Conference as engineers gathered at the Boston-area venue to learn from and interact with their peers.
The attendance was high at this year’s IEEE Radar Conference as engineers gathered at the Boston-area venue to learn from and interact with their peers. The organizers, led by conference general Chairman, Dr. David L. Briggs dedicated the conference to showcasing recent innovations and achievements in radar systems and...
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Aeroflex Wins Service Contract from Thales in UK

<B>Aeroflex</B> has been awarded a five-year contract from <B>Thales</B> for the fulfillment of its second Measurement Equipment Management Service (MEMSII) program in the UK, having previously been responsible for the initial MEMSI service contract.
Aeroflex has been awarded a five-year contract from Thales for the fulfillment of its second Measurement Equipment Management Service (MEMSII) program in the UK, having previously been responsible for the initial MEMSI service contract. The objective of MEMSII is to provide Thales with the most cost efficient way of...
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802.16e Mobile WiMAX Key RF Receiver Requirements

IEEE 802.16e mobile WiMAX is currently being developed as the next-generation communication standard competing with wireless local area network (WLAN), code division multiple access (CDMA), evolution data optimized (EVDO), enhanced data rates for GSM evolution (EDGE) and high speed downlink packet access (HSDPA), even though early applications for mobile...
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