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Attending European Microwave Week 2005

The Eiffel Tower is an instantly recognisable landmark and symbol of the vibrant city of Paris, and although European Microwave Week is a good few hundred years younger, similarly it has begun to establish itself as a landmark event for the industry, where the focus is on Europe but...
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Paris: Forever and for Everyone

Paris is a city with something traditional, new, unusual or surprising around every corner, be it monuments, architecture, historic avenues, parks and gardens or even shops. There are the well-known landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe and the Pompidou Centre. Museums and art galleries exhibit...
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Sub-harmonic Mixer IC Designs and Enhancement Techniques

The direct conversion (homodyne) transceiver architecture is gaining popularity. It allows more flexibility in a multi-band and multi-mode complex receiver system. It is a low cost solution, compared with the traditional heterodyne receiver, because the entire IF stage signal processing is eliminated. However, the problem of DC offset, poor...
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Around the Circuit

Industry News Agilent Technologies Inc. and privately held Eagleware Corp. , which does business as Eagleware-Elanix, announced that they have signed a definitive agreement for Agilent to acquire substantially all of the assets and business of Eagleware-Elanix, a provider of system and circuit design software for the communications industry....
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Web Update

Microwave Components This Web site details the company’s wide array of broadband, microwave and wireless components. In addition to the product descriptions, downloadable data sheets are available for products including: attenuators up to 50 GHz with power handling to 300 W, DC blocks and bias tees for LMDS and...
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Northrop Grumman Gets Go-ahead for US Navy EW Upgrade

The US Navy has approved Northrop Grumman Corp.’s AN/SLQ-32(V) Electronic Surveillance Enhancement (ESE) for low rate initial production. John Young, assistant secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, gave the “go-ahead” after ESE met or exceeded all test objectives during its operational assessment. Under a $14.9...
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Lockheed Martin System Used to Control Oceanic Air Traffic

Air traffic controllers in New York today are using the Federal Aviation Administration’s new system to manage oceanic air traffic. Designed and integrated by Lockheed Martin, the Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP) system safely increases the capacity of international air routes and automates the manual tracking processes used...
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Raytheon Awarded $580 M Contract for APG-79 AESA Radar

Raytheon Co.’s latest netcentric enabled radar system, APG-79 AESA, has been awarded a significant multi-year contract worth $580 M by the Boeing Co. This five-year production contract for the Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) APG-79 system successfully concludes negotiations for 190 radars from low rate initial production lot 3...
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Two’s Company for Alcatel and Finmeccanica

Representing an opportunity for growth, Alcatel and Finmeccanica have announced the successful creation of two new joint ventures — Alcatel Alenia Space and Telespazio Holding. Their common objectives will be to consolidate leadership in telecommunication satellite systems and services, to acquire a strong position in the most important European...
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