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Echoes of Success for QinetiQ

QinetiQ has won a £1.4 M contract to develop a novel radar target simulator to emulate realistic radar echoes from targets such as missiles, aircraft, small surface craft and submarine periscopes. The contract includes provision for initial trials to evaluate interaction between the Radar Research Target Generator (RRTG) and...
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EADS Deploys Combat Centre in Germany

For the first time, the German Air Force has at its disposal a Deployable Control & Reporting Centre (DCRC) for the military surveillance of airspace and for the tactical command and control of air force units thanks to EADS and Frequentis GmbH, Vienna. The companies jointly developed the DCRC...
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Triple-band UMTS Handsets Drive RF Components

Strategy Analytics, the global research and consulting company, has released “Popular UMTS Multi-band Combinations: Implication for Radio Components,” from its RF and Wireless Components Service, which assists radio component companies in targeting their design resources to expected market trends. The need for handsets that can operate in UMTS and...
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Around The Circuit

Dave Sherman Dave Sherman passed away on July 16, 2006, in Wildomar, CA. Sherman was employed at Lark Engineering in June of 2001 as vice president of sales and marketing and was promoted in September 2002 to executive vice president. A provider of inspiration and motivation for the company’s...
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Design of Bias Tees for a Pulsed-bias, Pulsed-RF Test System Using Accurate Component Models

In this article, a design of custom bias tees to be used in a pulsed-bias, pulsed-RF measurement system is described. The bias tee design is such that the DC path allows bias pulses to pass through to the device unchanged, while still allowing RF measu...
This article describes the design of a bias tee for a pulsed-bias, pulsed-RF test system. The cut-off frequency of the DC path was raised to allow pulsing of the bias signal. The theory of bias tee design for pulsed measurements is first presented. The simulation results for the design...
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World First for NXP WiMAX Transceivers

The world’s first fully integrated, high performance WiMAX family of transceivers specifically for mobile and handheld applications has been announced by NXP Semiconductors . The 2.3 to 2.4 GHz UXF23480 designed for use within North America and Australia and the 2.5 to 2.7 GHz UXF23460 for use throughout Taiwan,...
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TES Acquires Malaysian Manufacturing Plant

The global electronics design and manufacturing services company, TES , has announced a significant expansion of its worldwide presence through the acquisition of a manufacturing plant in Penang, Malaysia. Alongside the company’s existing plant at Langon, near Rennes, France, this new manufacturing resource will ensure a balanced response to...
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