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PSI-TEC Secures Fabrication Facility for Commercialization Activities

August 15, 2006
PSI-TEC Corp. , a wholly-owned subsidiary of PSI-TEC Holdings Inc., announced that it has established a co-location agreement with a New Jersey-based micro-optics company. The agreement has allowed PSI-TEC scientists to establish a pre-production line in order to test and integrate its organic materials into waveguide devices and system...
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Factory of the Future in UK

August 14, 2006
Yorkshire Forward has invested £6.50 M to build a 'Factory of the Future', as part of the second phase of development of the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing, located at the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) in Waverley, Rotherham, UK. On completion the facility will be owned by...
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Major Expansion for Link Microtek

August 14, 2006
Following a major upsurge in demand for the company's range of in-house manufactured waveguide products, Link Microtek has expanded both the floor space and the workforce at its waveguide manufacturing facility in Basingstoke, UK, by 50 percent. Booming waveguide sales in the commercial communications and military sectors over recent...
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RF to Light 100 Update: Stocks Are Cheap Now

August 14, 2006
The RF to Light 100 dropped 1% last week, YTD now -1% at 2085. Stocks are cheap now: Average P/E ratio dropped to 30, sum of average P/E times P/B dropped to 69, historic lows since 2000. See chart for more perspective. Being in stage III of the market...
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Ask Harlan, August 14, 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 14, 2006
Published August 14, 2006 From: Ky-Hien Do Dear Harlan, How do you build a coaxial balun? Dear Ky-Hien, In its simplest form a coaxial balun can be made from two quarter-wave sections of coaxial line. The unbalanced input is to one line. The outer conductors at this end are...
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Tampa Microwave Acquired by E2G Partners

August 10, 2006
E2G Partners LLC , Cincinnati, OH, announced it has completed the acquisition of the assets of Tampa Microwave Lab Inc. (TMLI), a leader in microwave products for satellite communication systems. The company will continue to do business under its current name at its current facilities in Tampa, FL. Tampa...
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WJ Enters Into OEM Partnership with Hitachi America

August 10, 2006
WJ Communications Inc. announced that it has signed an OEM agreement with Hitachi America Ltd. to supply fixed readers for use with Hitachi's radio frequency identification (RFID) m-chip. This agreement involved joint development between Hitachi and WJ of an industry leading 2.45 GHz fixed reader, available exclusively through Hitachi...
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Cree Opens New Production Site in North Carolina

August 10, 2006
Cree Inc. , a market leader in silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductors, announced that its newly opened 230,000 square-foot engineering and production facility in Research Triangle Park, NC, is operational. The new facility is producing the company’s advanced electronic devices based on silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN)....
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European Microwave Exhibition 2006

August 10, 2006
European Microwave Exhibition 2006 The following list is complete as of 6 September. A1 Microwave Ltd. 446 ABF Elettronica S.R.L. 232 Acceleware Inc. 313 AccuBeat Ltd. 122 Admiral Microwaves Ltd. 009/007 Advanced Control Components 245 Advanced Technical Materials Inc. 112/114/116 Aeroflex 449 Aeroflex Metelics 218/119 Aeroflex Weinschel 142 Aerotek...
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iSLI Expands MEMS Research Facility

August 9, 2006
In recognition of the important, increasing role MEMS technology is playing within system level electronics, the institute for System Level Integration (iSLI) has joined forces with the University of Paisley 's Microscale Sensors Group to research and develop integrated CMOS and piezo MEMS devices. The university has formally been...
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