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ARMMS Embraces Satellite Communications

With just over a month to go it has been announced that one of the topics that will be addressed at the next ARMMS RF and Microwave Society Conference will be microwave components for use in satellite communications systems. During the two-day event, which will be held on Monday...
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Embedded but not Static

The Embedded World 2009 Exhibition and Conference that took place in Nürnberg, Germany from 3 to 5 March seemed relatively oblivious to the current economic turndown. At the time of writing official attendance figures were not available, but with 704 exhibitors representing a 4 per cent increase on 2008...
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e2v Centre for Electronic Imaging Opens for Business

The Open University and e2v will open the e2v Centre for Electronic Imaging (CEI) at The Open University’s Milton Keynes, UK, campus. The centre will be dedicated to the research and development of advanced technologies for electronic image sensing and provide knowledge exchange between the UK technology industry and...
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2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress: Gauging the Market

As one of the first major global events of the year the 2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress was not only eagerly awaited for the technology and evolutionary clues that it would divulge, but also as a barometer of the impact of the global downturn on an industry that has...
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IEEE Signs Merger Agreement with Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society

IEEE , the world’s largest technical professional society, signed a merger agreement with the honor society Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), a nonprofit, public-service organization comprising nearly 200 university chapters. The merger, which will go into effect by mid-2009 pending final approval, will make HKN the official honor society of...
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IEEE Celebrates 125 Years of Engineering the Future

IEEE , the world's largest technical professional society, is commemorating its 125 th Anniversary this year with a variety of activities surrounding the theme of "Celebrating 125 Years of Engineering the Future." Major anniversary events include the first IEEE Presidents' Change the World Competition for college and university students...
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ARMMS Reaches Wider Audience

The recent Roke Manor sponsored November ARMMS Conference in Corby UK, attempted and succeeded in breaking new ground at a juncture that the ARMMS chairman, Roger Hopper, described as, “interesting times”. To stimulate debate and attract a wider and more inclusive audience the program coordinator, Dominic FitzPatrick of Cardiff...
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ARMMS Wrestling to Promote Paper Submissions

Those still undecided or putting the finishing touches to their paper submissions for the next ARMMS conference being held on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 November 2008 at the Hotel Elizabeth near Rockingham, Northamptonshire, UK, are reminded of the imminent 3 October deadline . This two-day conference, sponsored by...
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Picocells and Femtocells Part of Initial LTE Architecture

It is likely that femtocells and picocells will form an integrated part of the initial rollouts of Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks, say analysts at ABI Research. These cellular mini-base stations, which offer improved wireless coverage indoors, have been generating considerable interest in mobile wireless markets, and according to...
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Are You Up to Date on Export Compliance?

Have you encountered customs agents, customers and other third parties inquiring as to whether your company is registered with the State Department? To participate in a global aerospace and defense industry, your company must maintain a compliant export control program. To export defense articles or technical data, companies must...
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