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NEC ELECTRONICS ANNOUNCES MERGER

NEC Electronics Corp. has announced that it will merge its wholly-owned subsidiary, NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices Ltd. , back into the parent company, effective April 1, 2006. NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices designs and manufactures RF and wireless semiconductors, components for fiber optic communications, optocouplers and solid-state relays. In the...
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Analog Devices Sells Product Line To Ikanos Communications

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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Elcoteq Sells German Plant

Elcoteq has divested its German subsidiary Elcoteq Elektronik GmbH and the manufacturing plant in Überlingen, Germany, to the German company Rafi GmbH & Co. KG. The enterprise value of the divested subsidiary is approximately €6 M. The plant whose net sales in 2005 totaled approximately €25 M has a...
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ANDREW SATCOM TO ADD JOBS

Gov. Mike Easley announced that Andrew Corp. , a global designer, manufacturer and supplier of communications equipment and services, will move into a new facility in Wayne County in 2006 adding 204 new jobs and retaining and relocating 232 existing jobs from the company's Smithfield facility. The project represents...
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Industry Study on Issues of MEMS Reliability and Accelerated Lifetime Testing

This article presents the results of an industry study on issues of reliability and accelerated life testing (ALT) for microelectromechanical system (MEMS) devices. The study efforts were conducted by the MEMS Industry Group (MIG) through surveying MEM...
At the request of the member companies and with guidance and support from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the MEMS Industry Group engaged in a comprehensive effort to understand the realities and perceptions about the reliability of MEMS: from analyzing available data with successes and challenges, to...
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A Novel Super-robust Handgrip for Coaxial Connector Assemblies

Introduction to armored and unarmored radio frequency test cables for use in the 6, 18, and 26.5 GHz frequency ranges
Times Microwave Systems has introduced a new and unique addition to its popular SilverLine™ RF test cables. SilverLine-TG™ (TuffGrip™) is specifically designed to address the needs of cellular infrastructure, wireless Internet, and public mobile radio site installers and test technicians. Fig. 1 Actual cell site disconnected jumper cable. Extreme...
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A Solid-state, 1 to 2 GHz, 1 kW Amplifier

Until recently, traveling wave tube (TWT) technology was the only technology capable of meeting the bandwidth and power requirements of high power L-band applications such as power testing radar components and for military/automotive RF immunity testing. Solid-state technology can, however, offer key performance advantages over TWT technology, particularly with...
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Millimeter-wave Satellite Remote Sensing

When the Hubble Satellite was launched in 1990, the joke was that it was the third best optical satellite in space, but that the two better ones were pointed in the opposite direction. While it is still true today that more satellites are looking downward than upward, satellites are...
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HITTITE DEBUTS PRODUCTS AT RWS 2006

Hittite Microwave Corp. showcased a montage of new products at RWS 2006, held January 17-19, 2006, in San Diego, CA. Among the products on display included model HMC-C026, a GaAs MMIC distributed power amplifier connectorized module that is ideal for military EW/ECM, space, test equipment, wideband telecom, microwave radio...
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