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World’s Top 10 GaAs Device Manufacturers Revealed

August 28, 2006
Strategy Analytics has released its annual ranking of the world’s top GaAs device manufacturers, detailing the movers and shakers in 2005. Eudyna Devices , Sony and NEC slipped out of the top ten in 2005, while Mitsubishi Electric and Toshiba gained market share. Mitsubishi Electric was the Japanese market...
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QUALCOMM to Acquire Mobile Software and Test Services Provider

August 28, 2006
QUALCOMM Inc. , a developer and innovator of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) and other advanced wireless technologies, announced that it will acquire San Diego-based Qualphone Inc. , a provider of IP-based Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) embedded client software solutions for mobile devices and interoperability testing (IOT) services. The acquisition...
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AWR European Seminar Tour 2006

August 28, 2006
Starting off in Helsinki, Finland, on September 29th, the AWR Autumn 2006 Seminar Tour will visit ten major cities in Europe before reaching its final destination of London at the end of October. The seminars will be presented by experienced design engineers and will examine how advances in CAD...
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Welcome to the European Microwave Week Online News Service

August 28, 2006
Over the next three weeks this regularly updated Online News Service will bring you the latest activity from Europe’s premier microwave, RF, wireless and radar event. Today Roberto Sorrentino , president of the European Microwave Association , explains the importance of EuMW, EuMA's role and objectives, its achievements and...
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Welcome from the President

August 28, 2006
Welcome from the President of the European Microwave Association I am privileged to welcome you to the 9th European Microwave Week (EuMW), an initiative of the European Microwave Association (Eu MA), founded in 1998 as a non-profit organisation based in Belgium with the aim to promoting European microwaves, networking...
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Welcome from the Chair of the European Microwave Conference 2006

August 28, 2006
It is a great pleasure for us to welcome you to Manchester UK for the 36th European Microwave Conference. This long-established and distinguished event has become a core feature of the European Microwave Week programme and we are confident that this year’s meeting will more than fulfil your expectations...
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RF to Light 100 Update: Ericsson Signs $1 B Deal

August 28, 2006
The RF to Light 100 dropped 1% last week, YTD +4% at 2189. Ericsson signs about $1 B deal to upgrade India's Bharti Airtel network. Bharti is 30% owned by Singapore Telecom and 10% by Vodafone. In the News: Evidence of US slowdown weighs on equities. New house sales...
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RF Power Semiconductor Market Will Near $1 B in 2011

August 25, 2006
By 2011, the total high power RF semiconductor market will be nearing $1 B, reports a new study from ABI Research . But according to research director Lance Wilson, "The shape of the industry five years hence will depend on two critical shorter-term questions. At the manufacturing level, will...
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National Instruments and Agilent Collaborate on Instrument Drivers

August 25, 2006
National Instruments (NI) and Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a cooperative effort to create National Instruments LabVIEW Plug-and-Play instrument drivers for Agilent LXI, USB and GPIB instruments. The two test and measurement companies are working together to provide instrument drivers to engineers and scientists shortly after the release of new...
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Ask Harlan, August 25, 2006

Harlan Howe has 34 years experience as a microwave design engineer and fifteen as publisher and editor of Microwave Journal ® , and is an IEEE Fellow and past president of MTT-S. He's here to answer your questions on RF and Microwave engineering.
August 25, 2006
Published August 25, 2006 From: Melanie Barclay, Scientific Research Corp. Dear Harlan, I am familiar with four-port couplers, but I am having trouble understanding the operation of a four-port, 20 dB coupler with two inputs. The port connections are as follows: J1=main signal; J2=output from coupler; J3=terminated (50 ohms);...
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