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Aerospace and Defense Channel

Airport full body scanner market worth $118.2M by 2021

The airport full body scanner market is projected to reach USD 118.2 Million by 2021, registering a CAGR of 8.40%. A number of factors, such as easy availability of smaller robust components, rising concern for airport security, and growth in passenger traffic worldwide will drive the growth of the airport full body scanner market.
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Frequency Matters, June 20, 2016

Special guest interview with Bryan Goldstein

Episode 64Microwave Journal editors, Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude, discuss the June issue products, industry news and events with a special guest interview with Bryan Goldstein, GM of Aerospace & Defense at ADI.


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MPI Corp. announces industry acceptance of TS150-THZ Probe System

As a result of numerous orders corresponding with the growth of terahertz frequency range measurements in the wafer test market, MPI Corp. has received industry wide acceptance of the TS150-THZ probe station as the standard for these complicated high frequency measurements. The TS150-THZ addresses the challenging test requirements of multiple emerging markets and applications, such as automotive radar, non-invasive imaging, defense, security and surveillance as well as short-range radar and high-speed 5G communication.


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Carlisle acquires Micro-Coax

Carlisle Companies Inc. announced the acquisition of Micro-Coax Inc., a leading global supplier of high-performance, high frequency coaxial wire and cable, and cable assemblies for mission-critical RF/microwave applications for defense, satellite, test and measurement and other industrial customers.


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RF and mmWave Technologies Underpinning Smart Weapons Growth

Strategy Analytics forecasts the global Smart Weapons (SW) market will grow to more than $41.8 billion in 2025, representing a CAGR of 3.5%. The renewed emphasis by the US and allies on advancing SW capabilities to counter evolving threats such as A2/AD (anti-access Area Denial) envelopes, combined with on-going demand from asymmetric wars and continued force modernizations in emerging countries is driving SW spending. The associated market for SW subsystems will grow from $9.3 billion in 2015 to $13.4 billion.


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