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3G Launches to Peak in 2004

Realities of 3G launches are far from what operators anticipated just a few years ago, when they committed billions of dollars in 3G fees, adhering to stringent regulatory terms and conditions. According to Allied Business Intelligence (ABI), the number of 3G network launches will peak in 2004, but developed...
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RF to Light 100 - April 2, 2007

Untitled Page First Things First: As of the week ending March 30, 2007, the RF to Light 100 dropped 1.1%, YTD and end of first quarter +2.8% at 2529. NASDAQ also down 1.1%, YTD +0.3% at 2422. I attended the OFC show in Anaheim: 13,000 attended (not a record)....
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LitePoint Receives Funding from Sequoia Capital

LitePoint Corp. , a provider of advanced wireless test solutions, announced that it has completed a round of private equity funding from Sequoia Capital. LitePoint Corp., founded by semiconductor and wireless veterans, is attuned to the design process, systems development and manufacturing needs of wireless chipset vendors (e.g., Atheros,...
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Skyworks Unveils Highly Integrated Front-end Module

Skyworks Solutions Inc. , an innovator of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors enabling mobile connectivity, unveiled a new and highly integrated 2.5 GHz WiMAX front-end module (FEM), the SKY77258, enabling mobile devices such as cellular handsets, smart phones, notebooks and personal digital assistants. Skyworks’ differentiated solution leverages the...
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Oscillator and Amplifier products

American Microwave Corp.: 40/45 dB, Miniature, 2 to 18 GHz, DLVA The model number: LVD-218-50 is a 40/45 dB, Miniature, 2 to 18 GHz (other frequency bands available), DC-coupled, detector log video Amplifier. Visit American Microwave Corp.'s Vendor View --> American Microwave Corp.: Solid-state Detector Log Video Amplifier The...
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GaAs Will Remain at the Forefront

Strategy Analytics analysts, speaking at the plenary sessions of both the IEEE CSIC Symposium and the Power Amplifier Symposium, reaffirmed that GaAs technologies will continue to dominate the radio front-end in cellular handsets, despite competition from silicon technologies. The move toward 3G and beyond, coupled with the need to...
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Barry Now Featured in Modelithics Library

Barry Industries announced the company's participation within the Modelithics CLR Library. The Modelithics CLR Library is a substrate – and part value – scalable surface-mount model library that now allows designers to de-embed pad parasitic effects, enabling user-specified pad effects to be applied. Barry featured products are scalable resistors...
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Agilent Backs PXI Systems Alliance

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that it plans to maintain membership in the PXI Systems Alliance to support the customers of two recent acquisitions, Acqiris and PXIT. Acqiris and PXIT are members of the Alliance. "This does not alter our direction and commitment to LXI," said Scott Sampl, vice president...
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Nitronex Keeps Headquarters in North Carolina

Nitronex , a developer and manufacturer of high performance RF power transistors for the commercial and broadband wireless infrastructure markets, announced plans to move its corporate headquarters from its current R&D facility in Raleigh, NC, to a manufacturing facility adjacent to the Research Triangle Park (RTP) in Durham, NC....
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