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SARFT Takes Mobile TV Lead

China’s Broadcasting Regulatory Authority Aims for Homegrown Standard
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During the past few months, China has turned its attention to mobile TV. The State Administration of Radio, Film and TV (SARFT), the top regulator for the broadcasting industry, has made its foray into mobile TV with a plan to deliver TV content to handsets and a slew of...
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Magnetically Tuned Oscillator on Showcase at VIDA Products

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VIDA Products highlighted its magnetically tuned oscillator (MTO) at last week's EuMW. This oscillator operates in the microwave and millimeter-wave frequency ranges. The VIDA MTO covers frequency bands from 4 to 12 GHz with a continuous tuning range of up to greater than a full octave. Nominal output power...
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US DoD Awards Technical Communities Strategic Sourcing Contract

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The US Department of Defense’s (DoD) Naval Inventory and Control Point (NAVICP) has awarded Technical Communities Inc. , a leading marketplace operator and service provider for the IT, network maintenance and test and measurement industry, a contract to operate and enhance the strategic sourcing online marketplace for the General...
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Robert St. Pierre Joins TRU Corp.

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TRU Corp. announced that Robert St. Pierre has joined the company as director of sales, a new position, reporting to Tony Martiniello, vice president of business development and engineering. St. Pierre will have direct responsibility for all TRU sales functions both internally and externally, and the regional managers will...
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Lytron Opens New Factory and Offices in Woburn, MA

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Lytron Inc. recently announced the completion and opening of its new factory and corporate office space in Woburn, MA. With this new space north of Boston, Lytron has doubled its square footage and increased its manufacturing capabilities, positioning itself for continued growth. It has also made room for equipment...
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TeraVicta Introduces RF MEMS Switch Technology

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TeraVicta Technologies showcased its new RF MEMS switch technology last week at the European Microwave Week Exhibition. These SPDT RF MEMS swtiches operate in a frequency range from DC to 20 GHz, offer a high isolation of 21 dB at 20 GHz, high linearity of IP3 > 65 dBm,...
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OMMIC Launches Attenuator and Phase Shifters for C-band

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OMMIC announced the introduction of two new circuits in its family of products of control functions for military, civil and telecommunication applications. The CGY2176AUH is a 6-bit digital attenuator with good performance from 4.5 to 6.5 GHz. Typical insertion loss is 5 dB at 5 GHz. Robust on-chip circuitry...
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Rogers Corp. Presents RO4450B&trade-dx Bondply at EuMW

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Rogers Corp. introduced its new RO4450B™-dx Bondply, a high fill/flow version of the RO4450B high frequency circuit material, at last week's European Microwave Week. RO4450B circuit material is a glass-reinforced hydrocarbon/ceramic thermoset bondply designed for performance-sensitive, multilayer printed circuit boards. These bondplys are designed to offer superior high frequency...
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Freescale Reaches Agreement with Private Equity Consortium

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Freescale Semiconductor Inc. , a global leader in the design and manufacture of embedded semiconductors for wireless, networking, automotive, consumer and industrial markets, announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by a private equity consortium in a transaction with a total equity value...
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Mobile WiMAX Sales Will Surpass Fixed WiMAX in 2008

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In the past year, the stationary form of WiMAX (fixed WiMAX or 802.16-2004) has seen steady adoption in the marketplace. But the mobile version, 802.16-2005, will be here sooner than many people think. To be technically and economically viable, mobile WiMAX ICs must hit "sweet spots" on a number...
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