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Laird Technologies Announces Bluetooth Modules

Laird Technologies Inc. , a leader in the design and supply of customized, performance-critical components and systems for wireless and other advanced electronics, announced a new range of Bluetooth® modules designed to support the demands of medical equipment manufacturers. For two years the medical device community has preferred Bluetooth...
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Total Available Market for Microwave Tubes Approaching $1 B

While microwave and millimeter-wave high-power vacuum electron devices (VED) remain “below the radar” of many industry observers, the total available market (TAM) for this segment is nearly $1 B. Despite its size, and although these tubes (valves) remain essential elements in specialized military, scientific/medical and space communications applications, this...
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A Look Forward into LTE

While a large majority of owners use their mobile phones for voice calls and short message services (texting) only, a growing number are using bandwidth-hungry applications such as Web browsing, music downloads and streamed video. The current explosion in wireless data use has been fuelled partly by the introduction...
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Tackling UWB/WiMedia Measurement Challenges

Ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless is a rapidly growing technology that promises to revolutionize low power, short-range wireless applications. UWB has quickly emerged as the leading technology for Wireless Universal Serial Bus (W-USB). UWB radios differ from conventional narrowband radios and have a variety of specialized test demands. Enormous signal bandwidths,...
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Backhaul for WiMAX & LTE: High-bandwidth Ethernet Radio Systems

With the current deployment of high-bandwidth access networks happening at an ever-increasing pace, the need for efficient, high-bandwidth backhaul infrastructure becomes more and more relevant. In fact, the construction of these new access networks depends upon the backhaul network for both technical and financial performance. Today’s cellular networks typically...
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