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WIN and Global to Merge

June 1, 2004
Global Communication Technology Corp. (GCT), the Taiwan-based GaAs MMIC foundry service provider, will merge with one of its major competitors, WIN Semiconductors Corp. (WIN). The shareholders meetings of the two companies met separately to approve the definitive merger agreement and confirm an equity swap at a 1:1.6 ratio (1.6...
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Around the Circuit

June 1, 2004
Industry News Smiths Group announced the acquisition of TRAK Communications Inc. for $111.5 M (GBP 63m) from Veritas of New York. TRAK will form part of Smiths Interconnect, a supplier of application specific electronics for military and commercial markets. The acquisition is the fifth Smiths has announced since presenting...
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BASD Supplies Rapid Air Inflated Towers to US Army in Iraq

May 27, 2004
Bosh Aerospace Division (BASD) of Information Systems Laboratories (ISL), San Diego, CA, announced that it is supplying several variants of a DARPA-sponsored surveillance rapid air inflated tower (RAFT) to US Army forces in Iraq for evaluation. A company spokesman stated, “RAFT will provide ‘high ground in a box’ to...
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Europe Sows Seeds for CMOS Technology Evolution

May 27, 2004
To keep Europe at the forefront of semiconductor technology, the European Commission will seed-fund an integrated project called NANOCMOS. The project aims to pioneer the necessary changes in materials, processes, device architectures and interconnections to keep pushing the limits of semiconductor performance and density. Participants in the project will...
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Bluetooth Testing BITEs Into Mainland China Market

May 27, 2004
Centro de Tecnología de las Comunicaciones (CETECOM), Spain, a provider of wireless test solutions, has been chosen by the State Radio Monitoring Centre (SRMC) to supply Bluetooth conformance test solutions, BITE, in Beijing, China, thus offering Bluetooth Qualification Testing services to Chinese manufacturers. As part of the contract, CETECOM...
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Business Insight for the Wireless LAN

May 27, 2004
Wireless local area networking (WLAN) is growing in popularity among US companies. In January 2004, In-Stat/MDR conducted a survey of network administrators who are knowledgeable and personally involved in their organization’s purchase and use of LAN equipment and services. Currently, the vast majority of surveyed companies use a wired...
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Niche Markets for Wireless Power Amplifiers Gradually Expand

May 27, 2004
As essential building blocks to wireless communications networks, power amplifiers ride waves similar to that of the broader telecom markets. These devices are the critical link in the transmission and reception of all high power wireless signals and are found in every cell phone and cellular base station. Shipments...
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Distributed Antenna Systems Help In-building Wireless Market

May 27, 2004
Distributed antenna systems help make in-building wireless market a reality, says ABI Research. Prior to the development of in-building wireless (IBW) networks, in order to access the cellular network from inside a building, one had to hope that the local cellular carrier’s network could penetrate the exterior and interior...
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New Products

May 26, 2004
The following booth numbers are complete as of April 15, 2004. Aluminum Flange Stock This aluminum waveguide flange stock is available in sizes ranging from WR22 to WR137 and double ridged sizes WRD 180, 580, 650 and 750. This 6063 extruded aluminum material precludes the need to broche corners...
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Around the Circuit

May 26, 2004
Industry News Herley Industries Inc. announced that it has acquired the assets of Communication Techniques Inc. (CTI) for $15 M, in an all cash transaction. Herley will also assume certain of the company’s liabilities. CTI is located in Whippany, NJ. Spectrum Control Inc. announced that it has acquired all...
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