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New Products: Processing Equipment

August 1, 1998
PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Automatic Wire Cutting and Stripping Machine The OmniStrip 9400 series fully automatic wire cutting and stripping machine is designed to cut and strip 8 to 32 American Wire Gauge (AWG) discrete wire, solid wire up to 12 AWG and multiconductor cable up to 11 mm. This user-friendly...
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New Products: Software

August 1, 1998
SOFTWARE Design Suite Update The Serenade" version 7.5 software for PC-based high frequency circuit design analyzes large, highly nonlinear circuits for ACPR and stability. The software is 100 percent compatible with previous versions and offers integrated schematic, circuit analysis and layout capability in an easy-to-use graphical interface. High frequency...
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Catalog Update

July 1, 1998
Catalog Update Handset and GPS Antenna Catalog This 45-page catalog outlines cellular, personal communications service (PCS), dual-band, dual-band vehicular and Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) antennas. Specifications and outline drawings are provided. Ace Technologies, a division of Ace Antenna Co. Inc., Chatsworth, CA (818) 718-1534. Thick-film Technology Brochure This brochure...
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News From Washington

July 1, 1998
News From Washington Air Force Explores New Fighting and Communications Methods As reported by the Associated Press, the US Air Force is beginning a $40 M series of experiments to devise new fighting tactics and methods to communicate critical information to planes in flight. The experiments will culminate with...
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International Report

July 1, 1998
International Report NATO Plans New STANAGs for Tactical Communications The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) is reportedly developing a multinational programme to establish a new set of NATO standardisation agreements (STANAG) for battlefield tactical communications (TACOMS) systems that enter service from 2005 and beyond. The TACOMS Post-2000 effort is...
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The Commercial Market

July 1, 1998
The Commercial Market 2.4 GHz Cordless Telephones to Debut in September Panasonic has introduced a new generation of cordless telephones that operate in the new 2.4 GHz band allocated recently by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for personal communications. The telephones, which will be available in September, reportedly offer...
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The Book End

July 1, 1998
The Book End An Introduction to Classical Electromagnetic Radiation Glenn S. Smith Cambridge University Press 653 pages; $54.95 This book focuses on the fundamental aspects of electromagnetic radiation, and is intended for first-year graduate students with previous exposure to the subject. The emphasis is on providing an understanding of...
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Low Cost, Surface-mount RF Amplifiers for PCS Base Station Use

Two new low noise, high dynamic range RF amplifiers that cover the 1800 to 2000 MHz frequency range with typical noise figures of 1.1 and 1.2 dB, respectively
July 1, 1998
Low Cost, Surface-mount RF Amplifiers for PCS Base Station Use Micro-Precision Technologies Inc. Salem, NH Personal communications service (PCS) base station transmitter and receiver designs frequently require amplifiers that simultaneously exhibit a combination of low noise and excellent linearity and impedance match. Silicon and GaAs MMICs exhibit some of...
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A Multiposition Backup Switch

A DC to 3 GHz multiposition backup switch that features mechanically linked indicator circuits, TTL control, an immersion seal and multiple control circuit interfaces
July 1, 1998
A Multiposition Backup Switch Dow-Key Microwave Corp. Ventura, CA Today's high power RF communication systems often consist of multiple parallel amplifier stages to achieve high power and reliability. The use of RF transfer relays to provide automatic backup for a failed amplifier stage, as shown in Figure 1 ,...
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A 0.1 to 2.5 GHz Logarithmic Amplifier for RF Detection

This month's cover features a logarithmic detector controller IC that is the first of its kind to utilize a 0.1 2.5 GHz frequency range, offering a dynamic range of 65 dB and accuracy of ±1 dB
July 1, 1998
A 0.1 to 2.5 GHz Logarithmic Amplifier for RF Detection Analog Devices Wilmington, MA Logarithmic amplifiers typically are used to measure widely varying signal levels at high frequencies. These signals may vary in amplitude by 90 to 100 dB at frequencies to 3500 MHz. In addition, some log amplifiers...
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