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THE BOOK END

May 1, 2001
THE BOOK END * Ultra-wideband Radar Technology James D. Taylor CRC Press LLC 424 pages; $99.95 ISBN: 0-8493-4267-8 Ultra-wideband radar (UWB) is finding applications in a number of diverse commercial areas. This book presents theory and ideas for future UWB systems development and shows the potential capabilities. The book...
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Commercial Market

May 1, 2001
THE COMMERCIAL MARKET Sharp Rise in Growth of Millimeter-wave Market Forecast for the Next Five Years A report from Allied Business Intelligence, "Millimeter-wave: Broadband, Automotive Radar and Semiconductors," forecasts that the market for millimeter-wave and other high frequency applications will grow from $3.5 B in 2000 to $12.4 B...
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Welcome to the International Microwave Symposium

A brief introduction by the symposium general chairman to Microwave Week 2001 events scheduled in Phoenix
May 1, 2001
IMS2001: A Microwave Odyssey Welcome to the International Microwave Symposium Samir El-Ghazaly General Chairman, 2001 International Microwave Symposium It is hard to believe that eight years have passed since Phoenix extended its invitation to host the 2001 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium. The AdCom of the Microwave Theory and...
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International

May 1, 2001
INTERNATIONAL REPORT Martin Streetly, International Correspondent Best of Breed T/R Module Passes Critical Technical Review Violations Raytheon's best of breed radar transceiver (T/R) module is reported as having successfully concluded its critical technical review and entered prototype manufacturer during the latter part of March. The device comes out of...
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New Literature

May 1, 2001
NEW LITERATURE * Data Book This 760-page fourth edition data book offers customers a comprehensive guide to the company's expanded line of products. The book contains the most current product information, specifications and application notes, as well as trimming potentiometers, precision potentiometers/position sensors, turnscounting dials, passive networks, discrete components,...
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Washington

May 1, 2001
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON DARPA Invites Proposals for Innovative Electronic Warfare Technologies The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has released two solicitations for creative approaches to develop and demonstrate low powered, distributed radio frequency spectrum-monitoring technologies. The program, known as "WolfPack" and valued at more than $40 M, is...
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WORKSHOPS & COURSES

May 1, 2001
WORKSHOPS & COURSES Microwave Antenna Measurements Short Course * Topics: Design, use and evaluation of anechoic chambers, far-field, near-field and compact ranges, techniques for the determination of antenna radiation patterns, directivity, gain, polarization and impedance, phased array testing and alignment, radar cross-section measurements, and radar imaging techniques. * Site:...
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Cost-effective Solutions for High Density Interconnect and RF Modules Using Low Temperature Cofired Ceramic Materials

Benefits of low temperature cofired ceramic materials on portable wireless applications
April 1, 2001
PRODUCT FEATURE Cost-effective Solutions for High Density Interconnect and RF Modules Using Low Temperature Cofired Ceramic Materials DuPont Microcircuit Materials Research Triangle Park, NC C urrently, the most significant driver for packaging and high density interconnects is wireless communications. Figure 1 illustrates the projected regional growth of wireless subscribers...
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High Linearity SSPAs for 2.3 to 2.7 GHz Applications

An introduction to small, high efficiency, ultra-linear solid-state power amplifiers
April 1, 2001
PRODUCT FEATURE High Linearity SSPAs for 2.3 to 2.7 GHz Applications Stealth Microwave, a division of SSB Technologies Inc. Trenton, NJ T he demand for high speed data transmission is on the rise. Thanks to the Worldwide Web, data transmission has become the fastest growing segment of the telecommunications...
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A 10 MHz to 46 GHz Microwave Spectrum Analyzer for Testing Wireless Backbone Links

An introduction to the model 6845 10 MHz to 46 GHz microwave spectrum analyzer with a full bandwidth, independently-controlled tracking generator
April 1, 2001
PRODUCT FEATURE A 10 MHz to 46 GHz Microwave Spectrum Analyzer for Testing Wireless Backbone Links IFR Systems Inc. Wichita, KS T he growth of the wireless market at higher frequency bands means that approximately half of all radio links manufactured are above 30 GHz. The 38 GHz band...
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