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Workshops & Courses

Workshops & Courses RF Wireless Principles and Practice Topics : This intensive course is intended to provide the practical knowledge needed to understand and design RF and wireless equipment. For more information, visit www.gtconted.org. Site : Atlanta, GA Dates : July 14-19, 2003 Contact : Georgia Institute of Technology,...
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News From Washington

News From Washington EMS Technologies Delivers Major Antenna Components for Advanced EHF System The Department of Defense's Advanced EHF satellite system, which will provide secure, high speed communications to the US and allied forces worldwide, is a step closer to reality, following EMS Technologies' successful demonstration and delivery of...
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International Report

International Report A First for Alcatel in Namibia For what will be the first LMDS network deployment in Southern Africa, Alcatel has signed a contract with Telecom Namibia, the national telecommunications operator, to deliver its high performance Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS) solution and high capacity urban microwave radio...
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The Commercial Market

The Commercial Market WLAN Industry Will Generate $1.67 B in 2003 The wireless LAN (WLAN) industry is experiencing tremendous growth, aided by lower pricing points and standardization of technology. Allied Business Intelligence (ABI) believes that this growth will continue to accelerate, as larger technology and telecommunications companies enter the...
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The Book End

Time-domain Computer Analysis of Non-Linear Hybrid Systems Wenquan Sui CRC Press 396 pages; $99.95, £69.99 ISBN: 0-8493-1396-1 This book is a summary and review of research work on finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) co-simulation for hybrid electromagnetic systems. The numerical co-simulation methods that are described and used in various applications show...
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Miniaturized Ferrite Switch Networks

Ferrite switching networks have a wide variety of uses in commercial and military, space and terrestrial, and low and high power applications. These include low noise amplifier (LNA) redundancy switches, T/R modules, high power isolators and switch matrices. Ferrite switches are desirable for these applications due to their high...
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An Ultrabroadband Indoor Antenna with Style

Wireless communication applications have really taken off over the past two decades. In addition to voice services, wireless systems are now also handling an increasing volume of data traffic, with a demand for high transmission capacities. To provide these capacities, mobile radio cells (AMPS, GSM, PCS and UMTS) are...
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A 4 GHz Fractional-N Synthesizer for Multi-mode Wireless Applications

Frequency synthesizers are fundamental building blocks in any wireless system. The need for reducing component count in wireless systems continues to drive synthesizer integration onto single systems-on-a-chip (SoC). Many multi-standard wireless products are emerging with combinations of WLAN 802.11a/b/g, GSM, Bluetooth, GPS and CDMA. One of the most challenging...
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Precision Phase and Amplitude Matched IF Filters for Monopulse Radar

Monopulse (or simultaneous lobing) radars quickly gained popularity after their 1943 introduction by the US Naval Research Laboratories. Their principal benefit - the ability to obtain complete range, bearing, azimuth and elevation angle information from the return of a single pulse - is very appealing in applications such as...
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A Novel Class of High Selectivity Filters and Duplexers in Microstrip Technology

This article describes a novel configuration for high selectivity bandpass filters and duplexers in microstrip technology. The structure proposed is made of single-sided filters, which are characterized by requirements in one passband and one stopband,...
Modern communication systems often require narrow band filters presenting high selectivity and low insertion loss. When there are also stringent requirements on the overall dimensions of the filtering structure, it could become very problematic to select a suitable class of resonators having at the same time compactness and large...
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