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National Instruments and Agilent Collaborate on Instrument Drivers

National Instruments (NI) and Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a cooperative effort to create National Instruments LabVIEW Plug-and-Play instrument drivers for Agilent LXI, USB and GPIB instruments. The two test and measurement companies are working together to provide instrument drivers to engineers and scientists shortly after the release of new...
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Ask Harlan, August 25, 2006

Harlan Howe has 34 years experience as a microwave design engineer and fifteen as publisher and editor of Microwave Journal ® , and is an IEEE Fellow and past president of MTT-S. He's here to answer your questions on RF and Microwave engineering.
Published August 25, 2006 From: Melanie Barclay, Scientific Research Corp. Dear Harlan, I am familiar with four-port couplers, but I am having trouble understanding the operation of a four-port, 20 dB coupler with two inputs. The port connections are as follows: J1=main signal; J2=output from coupler; J3=terminated (50 ohms);...
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High-Tech Communications Firm Gets Boost from Cal State

When California high-tech communications firm E-Band Communications Corp. first went looking for financial help to develop its proprietary wireless radio communication system, investors basically said, “Looks great, but this is very complicated millimeter-wave technology, which has only been used by Department of Defense in the past and requires very...
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TC GRID Ironed Out by ETSI

ETSI has announced the creation of a new Technical Committee (TC) GRID to produce interoperability standards, contributing to the global progress of GRID – a grid for the connection, sharing and utilization of information technology resources. TC GRID will be responsible for ETSI’s contribution to Information Technology and Telecommunications...
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Wireless Expansion for Freescale in India

To support its research and development in software for wireless technologies, Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its India operations with a new 100,000 ft 2 facility in Bangalore. The Bangalore center develops best in class embedded platform software solutions for cellular protocols, multimedia, security and connectivity. This new development follows...
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