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CoorsTek Expands Presence in Europe

March 14, 2006
CoorsTek Inc. , a technical ceramic supplier and manufacturer of critical components for high technology markets, formally announced the expansion of its European presence through the acquisition of VZS/Seagoe Advanced Ceramics of Glenrothes, Fife. While CoorsTek has been manufacturing in the region for over three decades and serves customers...
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CAESAR Hailed as Radar Triumph

March 13, 2006
The new generation of electronically scanned (E-Scan) radar systems has moved from lab tests to field trials following the first successful airborne operational test of Euroradar’s Captor Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar ( CAESAR ) fighter radar system, which took place over Wiltshire in the UK. This system is...
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Investment Bolsters ip.access

March 13, 2006
ip.access ltd. announced the conclusion of an £8.5 M financing round led by Scottish Equity Partners, including Intel Capital Corp. and Rothschild & Cie Gestion. The investment will be used to finance the expansion of the company's current successful second-generation pico base station business and to develop cost-effective third...
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Latest Eurofighter Typhoon Contract for e2v

March 13, 2006
e2v has been awarded a £2.5 M contract to supply traveling wave tube (TWT) driver modules into tranche 2 of the Eurofighter Typhoon Captor Radar program. This is just the latest in a long line of successful contract wins which began when the company started supplying products for the...
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Freescale Expands India Operations

March 13, 2006
In order to support its global research and development efforts, Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its India operations with the acquisition of a 300,000 ft2 campus in Noida. The new facility will also play a significant role in the company’s plans to expand its presence to 1500 engineers in India...
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Laird Technologies Acquires Antenex

March 10, 2006
Laird Technologies , a designer and manufacturer of electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding materials, thermal management products and wireless antenna solutions, announced they have acquired Antenex Inc. Antenex designs and manufactures antennas and accessory products primarily for the US market, for applications in communications for the defense, public safety, transportation,...
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EMS Technologies Closes Sale to Advantech

March 10, 2006
EMS Technologies Inc. announced the closing of the sale of its Satellite Networks (SatNet) division to Advantech Advanced Microwave Technologies Inc. , Montreal, Canada. EMS originally announced the signing of a definitive agreement for the sale on December 22, 2005. During the past two months, the two companies have...
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WJ Communications Selects GCS as Additional Foundry Provider

March 9, 2006
WJ Communications Inc. , a designer and supplier of RF solutions for the wireless infrastructure and RFID reader markets, announced that it has entered into a second-source strategic foundry arrangement with Global Communication Semiconductors Inc. (GCS). GCS will second-source WJ's product portfolio with foundry service for GaAs and InGaP...
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IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium

June 4 - 7, 2006<br>Miami, FL
March 9, 2006
The IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium provides a forum for all topics of frequency control, including precision atomic and optical oscillators and clocks, precision timekeeping and time transfer, resonators, sensors and transducers. International leaders gather to present their latest results in the field. The Symposium is preceded by a...
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Renaissance and MIT Collaborate on MEMS Switches

March 9, 2006
Renaissance Electronics Corp. announced it is pursuing the development of state-of-the-art MEMS switches for high end integrated systems applications. Renaissance is working with scientists and engineers at MIT , who have developed 900 MHz to 40 GHz SPST, SPDT and SP4T switches with negligible dispersion. The switching times on...
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