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Laird Acquires Steward and Its Subsidiaries

Laird Technologies , a designer and manufacturer of antenna solutions, electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding products, telematics and thermal management solutions, announced the acquisition of Steward Inc. and its subsidiaries for $52.5 M. Steward is a provider of ferrite-based products that are used to remove unwanted EMI “noise” and other...
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RF to Light: LSI Is Acquiring Agere

The RF to Light 100 rose 1.4% last week, YTD +15% at 2492 - close to the record high of 2502 in May 06. At that time the average P/E ratio stood at 78, now at 29. Total 3Q financials of 50 corporations: Revenues up, free cash flow up,...
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Electro Rent Europe Expands UK Operation

The continuing increase in demand in Europe for instrument rental and leasing, which is currently estimated to be around €58 to €60 M, has led Electro Rent Europe to expand its operation into the UK. Having launched its European operations in January this year with offices in Mechelen, Belgium,...
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EADS and Partners Come to Netherlands’ Defense

The Dutch Ministry of Defense has awarded EADS , together with its partners – Oerlikon Contraves and Kongsberg – the contract to supply technical systems for battle management command, control, communication, computers and information (BMC4I), part of the Netherlands Future Ground Based Air Defense (FGBAD NL). The contract was...
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Ask Harlan: Question of the Month - November 2006

Published December 8, 2006 In an effort to better combine the editorial content of our magazine with our newly developed and retooled on-line presence, we have decided to expand Harlan's RF and microwave engineering advice into a monthly feature that appears in Microwave Journal. Harlan has selected one question...
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M2 Global Wins US Air Force Contract

M2 Global Technology Ltd. , a San Antonio, Texas–based engineering and contract manufacturer of satellite, microwave, TV broadcast and radio subsystems, has been awarded a US Air Force (USAF) contract to develop an advanced Personal Locator Beacon (PLB). The new PLB will replace the aging AN/URT-33, which is a...
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QUALCOMM to Acquire Airgo and Bluetooth Assets of RFMD

QUALCOMM Inc. , a developer and innovator of advanced wireless technologies and data solutions, announced that it will be making acquisitions to complement its core wireless technology offerings. QUALCOMM will acquire for cash WLAN technology provider Airgo Networks Inc. and the majority of RF Micro Devices' (RFMD) Bluetooth ®...
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Design of Microstrip Dual Behavior Resonator Filters: A Practical Guide

RF filters are commonly implemented inside receivers, with rigorous specifications about rejection of the adjacent transmitted frequency band, in order to preserve them from possible damage and degradation due to high transmit power. 1 Nowadays, these difficult problems are the subject of intensive studies in microwave planar filters. 2–5...
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XCOM Wireless Selects IMT to Manufacture RF Relays

XCOM Wireless Inc., a developer of radio frequency (RF) products, has selected Innovative Micro Technology (IMT), a microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) contract manufacturer, to manufacture die for the company's RF MEMS relay product. XCOM and IMT have implemented an effective wafer manufacturing process to produce RF relay die with exceptional...
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e2v Secures Renewal of Radiotherapy Contract

e2v technologies , a specialist developer and manufacturer of high technology components and subsystems, announced a $16.2 M contract renewal to supply Varian Medical Systems Inc. , headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, with electronic tube products for incorporation into linear accelerators, primarily for use in radiotherapy cancer treatment systems....
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