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Microwave Journal 50 Year Retrospective Series: A Few Personal Remarks on the Evolution of Computational Electromagnetics

Introduction I remember reading the Microwave Journal as a graduate student in the Microwave Lab at McGill University in Montreal in 1969. Then, as now, the Microwave Journal was filled with articles, observations and product information on microwave and wireless hardware, although today there are also articles on microwave...
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ELVA-1 Forges New Links in Hungary

Recent European regulations — the CEPT channel plan [ECC Recommendation (05) 07] for 71-76 GHz and 81 to 86 GHz frequency band radios — has opened up European Union wireless fronthaul, backhaul and network extension markets for point-to-point fixed wireless systems. Consequently, ELVA-1 Millimeter Wave Division has begun offering...
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Labtech Gets Green Light for ISO 14001 Reaccreditation

Labtech Microwave, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of microwave solutions, has attained ISO 14001 reaccreditation, with the aim of continuously developing the company’s environmental working practices. ISO 14001 specifies the requirements for an organization’s environmental management system and applies to those aspects over which it has control and...
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Camitri is Formed for Communications Licensing

The four founders of TTPCom have joined forces with Professor Rick Hillum to form Camitri, a new venture, backed by Imprimatur Capital, that will market intellectual property from world leading universities and research institutes to the communications industry. Gordon Aspin, Mark Collins, Richard Fry and Tony Milbourn were the...
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Wateen Telecom-Pakistan Awards Motorola WiMAX Order

Motorola Inc. has agreed to supply Wateen Telecom-Pakistan with 198,000 end-user WiMAX customer premises equipment (CPE) devices for both indoor and outdoor use. Complementing the company’s nationwide WiMAX network, which is built using Motorola’s 802.16e WiMAX and IMS solutions, the CPE units will provide subscribers in Pakistan with unprecedented...
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Avnera Used Jazz to Deliver Music and Voice Chips

Avnera™ Corp., a fabless semiconductor company specializing in wired-quality wireless audio, used Jazz Semiconductor's® 0.18-micron RFCMOS process (CA18) to develop its semiconductor chip technology for wireless speakers, microphones, headphones and headsets that solves many interference problems. Avnera’s products include the AudioMagic™ chip, which enables uncompressed CD-quality sound for music...
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Synopsys and Acceleware Partner on Optoelectronic Design

Acceleware Corp., a developer of high-performance computing (HPC) applications, and Synopsys Inc., a developer of software and IP for semiconductor design and manufacturing, announced a new hardware solution that enables up to 20-times faster electromagnetic simulation of optoelectronic devices such as CMOS image sensors. The solution, which links Synopsys’s...
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