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Sweden Starts Automobile Radar Interference Tests

Sweden's National Testing and Research Institute has launched a programme to provide a capability whereby it can test the impact of radar-generated electromagnetic interference on processors used to control automobile functions such as throttle control, gear (shift) changing and braking. While not yet as common as potential risks from...
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Portugal Selects Italian Radar

> Portugal has selected Italian contractor Galileo Avionica's APS-717 search and navigation radar for installation aboard the 12 EH.101 utility/search and rescue helicopters it is procuring from the Anglo-Italian AgustaWestland joint venture. Operating in the I-band (8 to 10 GHz), APS-717 is described as being suitable for both fixed-...
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BAE Systems Wins Kuwaiti HIDAS Order

UK-based BAE Systems Avionics has announced that Kuwait has selected the company's Helicopter Integrated Defensive Aids System (HIDAS) for installation aboard its AH-64D Longbow Apache battlefield attack helicopters. Alongside the equipment itself, the deal involves a comprehensive training and support package that includes integration of the system into a...
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MEMS Moves Stealthily into the Wireless Sector

Driven by innovation, pushed by legislation, and pulled by market need, wireless MEMS will experience strong growth in the next couple of years. In-Stat/ MDR reports that worldwide revenues for wireless MEMS (in the form of RF MEMS components and wireless MEMS sensors) will experience a 32.2 percent compound...
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New Ultra Wideband Report

Ultra Wideband (UWB) is a wireless technology that is trying to fill a void for extremely high data rate wireless connectivity, beyond what 802.11a/b and Bluetooth are capable of. Until February 14, 2002, when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved commercial use of the technology, the military and the...
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Smart Appliances: Bringing the Digital Home Closer to Reality

Smart appliances cover a diverse range of products by both small and large companies. According to a report from In-Stat/ MDR, most segments have been affected by the economy and many smaller companies have been forced out of business or have been acquired by larger ones. However, there are...
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CDMA Leads the Pack in the Race to 2.5G and 3G Networks

The race to deploy more advanced wireless networks is in high gear in North America, with next generation CDMA networks currently leading, says Allied Business Intelligence (ABI). While both TDMA/ GSM and CDMA operators have picked up the pace in recent months, it is the CDMA operators who currently...
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New Products

COMPONENTS SP6T RF Switch The model H6N-742109 SP6T latching switch features indicator circuitry and operates from DC to 26.5 GHz. The low IM switch features a -130 dBc (min) third-order IM and -160 dBc (min) fifth-order IM. This model is offered with various actuator and mounting options. Special materials...
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Around the Circuit

INDUSTRY NEWS Delta RF Technology Inc. purchased high power RF amplifier manufacturer Silicon Valley Power Amplifier Corp. (SVPA) The purchase will allow Delta RF to offer a broader array of products and gain a step of vertical integration in the commercial FM radio market. Unitek Miyachi International Ltd. acquired...
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New Literature

"Myths" Brochures This range of brochures is based on "Wireless Myths" and is aimed at those involved with the selection, purchase or design of wireless systems for use in a wide range of OEM applications. The four literature pieces include valuable advice concerning equipment selection, standards, interoperability and approvals....
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