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Workshops & Courses

Workshops & Courses CCD/CMOS Imaging Sensors and Application Topics : Describes advances made in pixel count, quantum efficiency, charge transfer efficiency, read noise, large dynamic range and high speed operation. CCD and CMOS technologies developed to achieve high levels of performance are discussed. Site : Los Angeles, CA Dates...
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News From Washington

News From Washington Harris Corp.'s Weather and Radar Processor System in Use by Controllers Air traffic controllers at the nation's 21 FAA air route traffic control centers (ARTCCs) now can view real-time, graphical weather data at their stations, using the weather and radar processor (WARP) system. WARP, developed for...
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International Report

International Report Turnkey Network Opens the Door for Alcatel in Nigeria In order to unlock the vast potential of the African market, Globacom, the second national carrier of Nigeria, has awarded Alcatel a major global frame contract, with an initial order of 675 M, for the supply of a...
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The Commercial Market

The Commercial Market IEEE 802.20 Will Set Data Rates Above 1 Mbps for Mobile Users Mobile broadband wireless access (MBWA) for computers, personal digital assistants and other battery-powered devices is to take a major step forward. The next two years will see a standard developed at the IEEE to...
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The Book End

Software Radio, A Modern Approach to Radio Engineering Jeffrey H. Reed Prentice Hall PTR 565 pages; $92 ISBN: 0-13-081158-0 Software radios represent a major change in the design approach for radios in which a large portion of the functionality is implemented through programmable signal processing devices, giving the radio...
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High Performance Comb Generator Multipliers

A new line of comb generator multiplier products is featured
A comb generator is a device with outputs that are multiple harmonics of an input signal. The output spectral tone lines are uniformly spaced at integer multiples of the input reference. A spectrum analyzer display of the output looks much like the teeth of a comb, which is how...
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