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Millimeter-wave Applications: From Satellite Communications to Security Systems

July 1, 2006
The first thing to consider is, why millimeter-waves? First, there are many advantages associated with increasing the operating frequency for a majority of already well developed applications, including the potential for increased available bandwidth, and the improved resolution and directivity which can be obtained for a given antenna aperture....
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Lockheed Martin Successfully Tests Entire THAAD Weapon System

July 1, 2006
Lockheed Martin and the US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) successfully conducted an integrated Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) flight test at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR), NM. This is the first developmental flight test to engage the entire THAAD system, including the THAAD interceptor, launcher, radar and fire...
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Raytheon’s Cobra Judy Program Completes Hardware Design Review

July 1, 2006
Raytheon Co., with its principal teammate Northrop Grumman, successfully completed a Cobra Judy Replacement (CJR) Mission Equipment (ME) Program Hardware Design Review (CDR). The intensive CDR event took place during five days, concluding with the S-band radar design presentation to the US Navy, with a close out review. Successful...
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Raytheon Technology Shows Promise in Extracting Oil from Shale

July 1, 2006
Shale reserves, estimated at more than two trillion barrels in the US, are a potential source of oil that now may be economically unlocked thanks to technology developed by Raytheon and its partner CF Technologies. Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) business RF energy, combined with critical fluid CF technology,...
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Microsystems Investment is a Plus

July 1, 2006
INTEGRAMplus, a three year, €6.5 M programme funded by the European Commission and aimed at reducing the costs and risks associated with designing, prototyping and manufacturing integrated Microsystems, has been launched. The new project will be co-ordinated by the UK’s QinetiQ, the company that also led the programme’s successful...
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TIPS for NATO

July 1, 2006
The TIPS industries — EADS, Galileo Avionica, General Dynamics Canada, Indra, Northrop Grumman and Thales — have established a joint venture company to respond to a request for a proposal from NATO for the Alliance Ground Surveillance programme. A contract for the design and development (D&D) phase is expected...
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TRL Technology Invests in Future

July 1, 2006
In order to develop and focus its business and as an investment for the future TRL Technology Ltd., the wholly-owned subsidiary of TRL Electronics plc, has reorganised its operations and opened a new high technology manufacturing facility. The company, which produces innovative leading edge radio and satellite communications systems,...
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Nokia Commits to China

July 1, 2006
As a sign of its commitment to the Chinese market Nokia has selected the Beijing Economic-technological Development Area (BDA) as the location for its Nokia China Campus. It will be the company’s headquarters for its activities in the Greater China Area. It will also be the headquarters for its...
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ESA and Avanti Get European Coverage

July 1, 2006
The European Space Agency (ESA) and Avanti Screenmedia Group plc have signed a contract for the implementation of the Highly Flexible Satellite (HYLAS), a hybrid Ka-band/Ku-band satellite with European coverage. The contract between the two companies covers support for the development of the most innovative elements of this new...
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IEEE 802.19™ to Standardize Coexistence of Wireless Methods

July 1, 2006
The IEEE 802.19™ Wireless Coexistence Technical Advisory Group (TAG) has begun development of a recommended practice on methods for assessing the coexistence of wireless networks. This document will define recommended wireless coexistence metrics and the methods for computing them, as well as various wireless coexistence scenarios. “Industry continues to...
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