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RFMD Announces Record September Quarterly Revenue

RF Micro Devices Inc.
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RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD), a provider of proprietary radio frequency integrated circuits (RFIC) for wireless communications applications, announced that its September 2005 quarterly revenue will exceed its original guidance, which was provided on July 26, 2005. Based upon its preliminary assessment of its financial results, RF Micro Devices...
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Fixed-mobile Technologies Level the Telecom Services Marketplace

The Microwave Journal Staff
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The dream of using one telephone with one number whether at home, at work or on the street — and of networks smart enough to hand over a call in progress — is approaching reality. “Fixed-mobile convergence” is the buzz phrase for this telephonic utopia and it is being...
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Asia May Become World's Largest Mobile market Within 10 Uears

The Microwave Journal Staff
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Asia may become the largest regional mobile telecommunications market in the world over the next five to ten years, reports In-Stat. In 2004, there were nearly 740 million mobile users in Asia (including Japan, Australia and New Zealand) with total revenue of roughly $180 B, the high tech market...
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Wireless LAN Report Chronicles Major Technology Changes

The Microwave Journal Staff
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Forward Concepts has announced the publication of an in-depth study of the WLAN and WiMAX equipment and chip markets. The new report, “Beyond Wi-Fi: 802.11n, VoWi and WiMAX,” provides a comprehensive analysis of worldwide equipment and chip markets. The report also profiles the ODMs, OEMs and chip vendors serving...
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of 802.11n

The Microwave Journal Staff
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The news and rumors surrounding attempts to establish an industry standard for the 802.11n Wi-Fi format paint a picture that changes with the viewing angle. The eagerly-awaited enhancement of the 802.11 wireless LAN standard, that promises wireless users throughput of 100 Mbps and more, has been bogged down in...
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Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Closer to Flight Testing of New Radar Anetnna

The Microwave Journal Staff
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Northrop Grumman, working closely with Raytheon Co., has reached three milestones in a program to modernize the B-2 stealth bomber’s radar system with an advanced, more reliable antenna. These achievements represent significant progress towards initial flight testing of the radar. Recently, the B-2 radar-modernization team passed a final design...
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Ericsson Sets Sail on Maritime Venture

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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SeaMobile Inc. and Ericsson have signed a three-year contract under which the companies will work together to provide wireless voice and data services at sea. Ericsson will supply a complete wireless network, including hosted core infrastructure and GSM radio equipment. Using this technology SeaMobile will offer global wireless communications...
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R&S Goes Extra Terrestrial in Korea

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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Rohde & Schwarz has been commissioned to supply terrestrial digital multimedia broadcasting (T-DMB) transmitter systems for the world’s first T-DMB network in Korea. All of the various network operators involved in setting up the T-DMB transmitter networks in the country are being supplied with transmitter equipment by R&S. The...
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Analog Devices Sells Product Line To Ikanos Communications

Microwave Journal
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Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Ikanos Communications Inc. to sell its FUSIV network processor and Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) product line. The divesture is in line with ADI’s strategy of focusing its digital signal processing (DSP)...
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Agilent Technologies Announces Name of Semiconductor Test Spin-off Company

Microwave Journal
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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced it has selected a name for its upcoming semiconductor test spin-off company. The new name, Verigy , will be used when the new company separates from Agilent, which is expected to occur near mid-2006. The name is built from the Latin prefix "veri-" ("true, genuine"),...
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