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New Products

July 1, 2000
AMPLIFIERS 750 W, Ku-band TWT Amplifier The model VZU-6997AB is a 750 W, compact traveling-wave tube (TWT) amplifier that operates across the 12.75 to 14.5 GHz frequency range. It offers high reliability and efficiency in a compact package, and is ideal for transportable and fixed earth station applications where...
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Around the Circuit

July 1, 2000
INDUSTRY NEWS SEMX Corp.'s wholly owned subsidiary Polese Co., San Diego, CA, recently acquired the technology and assets of Engelhard Corp.'s electroless gold plating business in Anaheim, CA. Operations will continue in this facility until July, when the business will be relocated to San Diego. Specific terms of the...
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New Literature

July 1, 2000
NEW LITERATURE COMPANY NEWSLETTER This eight-page quarterly newsletter (Test & Measurement News) provides information about various products including lightwave, communication test, general purpose, RF and microwave, digital design and debug, and wireless test. It also includes Web site information as well as company news briefs and literature updates. Agilent...
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NEW PRODUCTS

June 1, 2000
AMPLIFIERS 800 W C-band, Solid-state Power Amplifier The 800 W C-band, solid-state power amplifier and 3200 W phase-combined system are built for satellite communications. The single 10.5-inch-high rack design offers 800 W SSPA in C band, 600 W in X band and 250 W in Ku band. Phase-combined, multi-unit...
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Around the Circuit

June 1, 2000
INDUSTRY NEWS Industry friend and colleague Thomas James Zinkowsky ("TZ") died April 30 in Santa Cruz, CA following a motorcycle accident. He was 35. For the past 18 years, TZ worked for Signal Technology Corporation, Danvers, MA, rising to the position of director of corporate sales and marketing in...
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NEW LITERATURE

June 1, 2000
NEW LITERATURE PRODUCT CATALOG This 132-page catalog offers information and specifications on the company's full line of RF inductors, power inductors, EMI/RFI suppressors, transformers and other specialty products. Industry-standard, circuit solution and application-specific components are detailed as well as a number of new products. API Delevan Inc., East Aurora,...
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NEWS FROM WASHINGTON

June 1, 2000
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON Recent decisions made at the US Air Force Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, MA, and within the Department of Defense (DoD) have had positive effects on the DoD's overall effort to modernize its air traffic control (ATC) systems. The completion of the Electronic Systems...
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The Bookend

June 1, 2000
THE BOOK END Flip Chip Technologies John H. Lau McGraw-Hill 565 pages; $89 ISBN: 0-07-036609-8 Of the three popular chip-level connection technologies, flip chip provides the highest packaging density and performance, and the lowest packaging profile. Unfortunately, it is also the least understood. This book deals with classical solder-bumped...
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A DUAL-BAND ANTENNA COUPLER FOR CELLULAR AND PCS APPLICATIONS

A dual-band antenna coupler that can combine dual antennas into a single cable to the base station and then separate them again to be fed to their repective processing equipment
June 1, 2000
PRODUCT FEATURE A DUAL-BAND ANTENNA COUPLER FOR CELLULAR AND PCS APPLICATIONS REACTEL INC. Gaithersburg, MD In today's fast-growing cellular phone systems throughout the world the amount of congestion, especially in urban areas, is becoming a significant issue. Major system providers are scrambling to find adequate solutions to the problem....
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A SINGLE CABLE FOR BASE STATION MAIN FEEDER AND JUMPER APPLICATIONS

A 7/8 inch cable that has the efficiency of a main feeder cable but the bending and flexing capabilities of a typical jumper cable
June 1, 2000
PRODUCT FEATURE A SINGLE CABLE FOR BASE STATION MAIN FEEDER AND JUMPER APPLICATIONS ANDREW CORP. Orland Park, IL Wireless communications rely on coaxial cable transmission lines to link tower-mounted antennas to base station radio equipment. The traditional way to form this link is to use a main feeder cable...
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