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STMicroelectronics to Sponsor EMPC 2009

STMicroelectronics , one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers and a world leader in MEMS and power ICs, is to be the principal sponsor of the 17 th European Microelectronics and Packaging Conference & Exhibition (EMPC 2009). The company will work with the organizer, the Italian chapter of the...
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ITU Invitation to Marconi Celebration

According to the story told in 1968 by a senior citizen of Salvan, in 1895 Guglielmo Marconi carried out some of his earliest wireless experiments in the vicinity of this picturesque village of the Swiss Alps. The IEEE duly acknowledged this event, and granted a “Historical Milestone in Electrical...
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Company Profile: Anritsu

Company History Anritsu Company is the American subsidiary of Anritsu Corporation, a global provider of innovative communications solutions for more than 110 years. Anritsu is a global leader in the telecommunications, optical and wireless industries through its diverse product offerings ranging from test and measurement solutions to high-speed devices...
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Company Profile: AR

Company History Amplifier Research (AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation) began in 1969 with just two men in a cellar, moonlighting from their regular jobs. Don (“Shep”) Shepherd and his late partner, Dan Roth, worked for AEL (American Electronics Laboratories), producing radio frequency designs for military applications. They saw a market for...
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Company Profile: HUBER+SUHNER

Company History HUBER+SUHNER’s roots lie with two family-owned companies that were founded in the 19th century and evolved independently along similar lines. The Aktiengesellschaft R+E. HUBER, established in Pfäffikon, Switzerland, in 1882 was a telegraph wire and cable factory with the additional designation of ‘Rubber and Gutta-percha Goods Factory.’...
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Company Profile: Molex

Company History The late Frederick A. Krehbiel founded the Molex Products Company in Brookfield, Illinois, in 1938. He named the company after Molex, a plastic material he developed, and soon was manufacturing a variety of products from this material, including clock cases, flowerpots, valve wheels and salt tablet dispensers....
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Company Profile: Microwave Journal

Company History Microwave Journal published its first issue in July of 1958. Founder and Publisher William Bazzy declared that “Our objective is simply to offer a forum to the industry and be the means of communication for the people in this segment of the electronic field.” Led by Editor...
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Company Profile: Rosenberger

Company History 1958: The company was initially founded by Hans Rosenberger Senior in a locksmith shop that today forms the custom machining center. 1967: When Mr. Rosenberger bought some turning machines from a bankrupt company he was asked to handle an outstanding order for this company, giving Rosenberger access...
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Microwave News: July 7-11, 2008

Last week’s microwave news included a healthy number of contract and agreement type announcements, but was pretty light with new product releases. Here are some of the announcements: Micronetics Inc. announced that its New Jersey-based subsidiary, Microwave Concepts , has received $4 M of advanced funding from a major...
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New Kits, Customers, Contracts and Compadres

The news for the first week of July was relatively slow compared to all the happenings announced during the week of IMS. Among the press releases, news from EDA vendors AWR and Agilent, test equipment manufacturer Cascade and defense sub-contractors Comtech, Trak, Saab and Sensis stood out. The following...
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