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The Book End

Adaptive Radar Signal Processing Simon Haykin, Editor Wiley Interscience • 243 pages; $94.95 ISBN: 978-0-471-73582-3 This book focuses on two types of radar: Surveillance radar, the purpose of which is target detection in the presence of unwanted signals, interference and noise; and low tracking radar, which is complicated by...
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Expert Advice Responses Page

Published Friday, January 25, 2008 | Last Update 1.28.08 Here are your replies to the January Expert Advice column This month, Dr. Vince Rodriguez, Senior Principal Antenna Design Engineer with the Field Generation Group of ETS-Lindgren shares some thoughts on accurately testing today's high-frequency antenna patterns. Comments: A helpful...
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Then: Array Radars: A Survey of Their Potential And Their Limitations (May 1962)

First published in May of 1962, this piece originated a <i>Microwave Journal</i> series devoted to electronic lobing, simultaneous scanning and tubes for distributed amplifier arrays
   May, 1962 Editor's Note — The array type of antenna has come from a little used concept in World War II to an item of major importance today. Fixed beam arrays with electronic lobing are being used to replace fire control dish antennas, multiple beam arrays are being...
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Alcatel-Lucent Opens WiMAX Center in Taiwan

Alcatel-Lucent has opened its WiMAX Application and Interoperability Testing (IOT) Center to local Taiwan customer premises equipment (CPE) manufacturers, working with the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA). The opening follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Alcatel-Lucent and the MOEA, in October 2007, in which both parties...
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Infineon and Delphi to Drive Automotive Development

Infineon Technologies and the automotive system manufacturer, Delphi Corp., are to collaborate closely on developing a new generation of body control units based on the standard AUTomotive Open System Architecture (AUTOSAR). Delphi is to contribute comprehensive systems and software know-how and long-standing experience in the area of body electronics,...
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Elektrobit Divests Microwave Technology Business

An agreement has been reached whereby the Elektrobit Corp. (EB) has sold its business related to developing, producing and selling microwave technology-based measurement products and solutions for industrial use to Senfit Oy. The business, which was previously conducted by EB’s Mobile Terminal Solutions Business Unit, has been transferred to...
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DragonWave’s Wireless Ethernet Approved for Russia

DragonWave Inc., a developer of wireless networks, announced its AirPair Wireless Ethernet radio product has been approved by Russia's Ministry of Communications for use throughout Russia. Cedicom of Russia, a leader in the telecommunication market in Russia and the CIS countries, will offer DragonWave’s AirPair Wireless Ethernet solutions of...
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