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Application Note “Selecting the Right Switch Technology for Your Application” is a free solid-state switch application note that helps in determining the right switch technology to accessorize and/or complement a system set-up. This application note provides a selection of products currently offered by Agilent to serve as a platform...
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The Book End

UFundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics Rajeev Bansal, Editor CRC Press • 400 pages; $89.95, £49.99 ISBN: 0-8493-7360-3 This book is intended as a desk reference for the fundamentals of engineering electromagnetics. In Chapter 1, Fundamentals of Electromagnetics Revisited, the fundamental aspects of engineering electromagnetics are presented from the view of...
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Technology Enables New Components

In last year’s November Microwave Journal article on components, Harlan Howe, Jr. authored an insightful and interesting article covering the history of microwave components. A whimsical Figure 1 depicted a dinosaur staring into the antenna of the first stone-age radar, while Figure 4 depicted a lady sitting on top...
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Raytheon System Key to Successful Ballistic Missile Intercept in Space

Raytheon Co. components played key roles in the destruction of a ballistic missile target in the latest successful flight test of the Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system. The Raytheon-built Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle (EKV) intercepted the ballistic missile target in space over the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Raytheon-developed Upgraded Early...
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Lockheed Martin Team Awarded Contract for US Air Force AOC Integration

The US Air Force has selected an industry team led by Lockheed Martin to be the Air and Space Operation Center Weapon System Integrator (AOC WSI). Under this multi-year contract, the team will work with the Air Force to standardize, modernize, sustain and transform the more than 20 AOCs...
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Harris Corp. Introduces the RF-300U Secure Personal Radio

Harris Corp. has introduced the RF-300U, its Secure Personal Radio (SPR) to the worldwide market. The radio system provides secure, digitized voice and data communications to the individual soldier and fits seamlessly into a variety of network-centric systems, including those based on the highly successful Harris Falcon ® II...
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ITA Wins Transatlantic Research Agreement

The United Kingdom Ministry of Defence and the United States Army Research Laboratory have selected the newly formed International Technology Alliance (ITA) in Network and Information Sciences—an IBM-led consortium—to undertake a research programme exploring advanced technology for secure wireless and sensor networks to support future coalition operations, over a...
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New Technology Centre for EADS in India

EADS, a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services, has underlined its intentions to make India a priority with the announcement that it will be opening the EADS Technology Centre India. The move follows on from the company registering EADS India Private Ltd., a 100 percent owned subsidiary...
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TEAMSAIC Selected for NATO Contract

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) as the lead in TEAMSAIC, has been selected to negotiate a firm fixed-price contract to support the integration of the NATO Active Layered Theatre Ballistic Missile Defence (ALTBMD). The contract will establish a six-year period of performance with an estimated value of €75 M...
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Finnish Technology for Planck Satellite

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has coordinated the development of an extremely sensitive high frequency radio receiver for the Planck Mission. The receiver, valued at approximately €8 M, will be used to measure cosmic microwave background radiation originating from the early life of the universe. It will help...
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