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ATC Display Mis-read Concerns

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The UK trouble prone Swanwick air traffic control (ATC) centre is encountering display illegibility problems. Difficulties said to have been experienced include a controller plotting a route to Cardiff (Wales) airport before realising that it should have been to Glasgow (Scotland) due to the difficulty of distinguish between the...
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The IEEE 802 Committee Forms New Radio Regulatory Advisory Group

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The IEEE 802 Local and Metropolitan Area Networks Standards Committee (LMSC), at its 11-15 March plenary, approved the formation of a new technical advisory group (TAG) dedicated to addressing radio regulations as they impact the committee's groups developing wireless standards. As IEEE 802-11 (Wireless LANs), IEEE 802-15 (Wireless Personal...
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Implantable MEMS and Big Brother -Resistance is Futile?

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According to Instat/ MDR, Applied Digital Solutions (ADS) manufactures the VeriChip, a microchip that is already part of a pager being used by the California Department of Corrections as a means for tracking prisoners. Such an end-use could be viewed as useful and fairly benign. The real news, however,...
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Stratex Networks Brings Broadband to Rural America

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DMC Stratex Networks Inc., one of the world's foremost solution providers for mobile applications and broadband wireless access, announced it will supply Altium 311 and XP4 licensed radios to build a network backbone in Allegany County, MD, a rural area in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The "AllCoNet...
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Wireless Market 2002: Wireless Networking Gets Cheaper

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In-Stat/MDR has completed its analysis of the WLAN market's performance during the first quarter of the year. The main themes from the results include the following: · Embedded WLAN in notebook PCs is finally taking hold in the business space. Notebooks with embedded Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) finally hit the...
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New Products

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COMPONENTS Multi-octave 10-bit PIN Attenuators The upgraded 346 series of non-reflective PIN attenuators now provides 10-bit resolution. The attenuators are programmable to 60 dB and cover the frequency range from 0.5 to 18.0 GHz in four overlapping multi-octave bands. Each is an integrated assembly of two wideband T-pad attenuator...
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Around the Circuit

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INDUSTRY NEWS Aeroflex Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire IFR Systems Inc. The transaction is valued at approximately $60 M in cash, including the payment of $48.8 M in satisfaction of IFR's bank indebtedness. Under the terms of the agreement, Aeroflex will offer to purchase, though...
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New Literature

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Short Form Catalog This 14-page catalog features the company's HF up-converters, HF receivers, VHF/UHF receivers, spectrum survey tools and 'N' channel receivers. Product photographs, features, outline drawings and specifications are included. CommEx LLC, White Marsh, MD (240) 686-1060. Circle No. 200 Miniature Voltage Controlled Oscillators This 32-page catalog features...
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Web Update

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Wireless Components This Web site offers components for wireless space, defense automotive, health and more. Products include Xinger® surface-mounts, RF power-brand resistive products, AdrenaLine™ splitter/combiners, ferrite parts and Amitron-brand precision ceramics. The site features full-line searches, S-parameters, specs, rep/distributor locator, on-line RFQ, literature and sample forms. Anaren Microwave Inc.,...
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Workshops & Courses

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Workshops & Courses RF & Microwave Fundamentals Topics : Understand the principles of RF/microwave engineering, and undertake RF measurements using power meters, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers. Site : Winnersh, UK Dates : July 2-5, 2002 Contact : Tracey Bull +44 118 9276741, fax +44 118 9276862. Wireless Engineering...
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