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Harris Corp. Expands Radio Manufacturing Capacity

August 2, 2006
Harris Corp. is expanding manufacturing capacity and increasing employment at its RF Communications Division in Rochester, NY, to meet the growing demand for the company’s advanced military communications solutions. Harris is significantly increasing the manufacturing capacity of the Rochester facility, where the company employees and government officials gathered recently...
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GAMBICA Joins Sensors KTN

August 2, 2006
The trade association for instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory technology in the UK — GAMBICA — has become an active supporter of the Sensors Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), through its involvement with the KTN’s Advanced Instrumentation Special Interest Group (AISIG). The Sensors KTN, which is managed on behalf of...
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High Speed Delivery for QinetiQ

August 2, 2006
LastMile Communications Ltd. has awarded QinetiQ a £6.2 M contract to develop a wireless transceiver system that will enable the high speed delivery of local information through a network of wireless nodes placed in existing roadside furniture, including road signs, gantries and lamp posts. The contract represents part of...
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EADS and ND SatCom Join Forces in Germany

August 2, 2006
ND SatCom, together with its partner EADS Space Services, has won a major contract for the next step of the German Armed Forces’ satellite communications programme, SATCOMBw Stufe 2. The project comprises the delivery of two military communication satellites, several fixed and transportable ground stations of various sizes as...
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Saab to Acquire Ericsson Defence Business

August 2, 2006
Ericsson has agreed to sell its defence business, Ericsson Microwave Systems (EMW), and its 40 percent holding in Saab Ericsson Space to Saab, subject to approvals from relevant competition and defence authorities. Under the agreement Ericsson will retain the National Security and Public Safety business and parts of the...
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e2v Meets X-ray Specs

August 2, 2006
e2v technologies has been selected to participate in the industrialisation phase for a key part of the X-ray Free Electron Laser (XFEL) research project based at DESY (the German Electron Synchrotron) in Hamburg, Germany. DESY’s partner, the LAL Orsay Laboratory of CNRS (the National Centre for Scientific Research), is...
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GaN Early Commercial Opportunities Lie in High Power Electronics

August 2, 2006
Strategy Analytics’ latest study, “Gallium Nitride Markets: Commercial Markets Drive Power Electronics,” concludes that military and high power electronics (HPE) applications will be the catalysts for the development of a gallium nitride (GaN) device market through 2010. Commercial wireless infrastructure applications will also drive demand in the future and...
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China Will Be Largest IC-consuming Country by 2010

August 2, 2006
China is becoming the world hub for both semiconductor manufacturing and consumption, reports In-Stat. China consumed about 20 percent of total global semiconductor products in 2004; by 2010, it will consume one-third, making it the world’s largest semiconductor consumer, the high tech market research firm says. “China’s government policy...
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UWB Shipments to Reach Nearly 300 Million in 2011

August 2, 2006
Several formidable-looking barriers appear, at first glance, to pose serious obstacles to widespread commercial success for ultrawideband (UWB). But closer examination reveals that few of them will drastically inhibit the market which, a new ABI Research study forecasts, will see nearly 300 million UWB shipments in 2011. According to...
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Global 3G Subscribers Pass 100 Million Mark in June

August 2, 2006
Strategy Analytics’ on-going research into 3G subscriber tracking shows that more than 100 million people around the globe are now using WCDMA and CDMA2000 1x EV-DO 3G technology on their mobile phones, according to “Global 3G Subscribers Hit 100 Million Mark in June,” published recently. 3G-user momentum is ramping...
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