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Underneath the Hood of 802.11ac

David A. Hall, National Instruments, Austin, TX
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In a recent market study, researchers estimated that by the year 2015, manufacturers will be shipping more than a billion IEEE 802.11ac radios annually. The figure is impressive, especially because 802.11ac does not yet exist as a public standard. So one may be wondering, "What is this 802.11ac specification...
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Chalmers Team Uses Microwaves to Fight Tumours, Detect Breast Cancer

Richard Mumford, International Editor
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A research team from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, has developed two new techniques of cancer diagnosis and treatment with the aid of microwaves. One method is an alternative to mammography that uses X-rays to detect breast cancer. The other method aims to treat tumours in the head...
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Using Smart People to Form Future Mobile Wireless Networks

Simon L. Cotton and William G. Scanlon Queen’s University Belfast, UK
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As demand for high data rate applications on the move continues to rise, cellular network and mobile hardware designers will continue to vigorously push the boundaries on the maximum rate at which information can be transmitted over wireless communications channels. One exciting possibility to supplement mobile communications is to...
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Cool, Compact Source Delivers More Than 100 W CW at 2.45 GHz

Emblation Microwave
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Emblation Microwave , an Emblation Limited Company, has introduced its model ISYS245 microwave generator for commercial, industrial, research, and test applications requiring a high-power microwave source. The extremely compact source generates more than 100 W CW output power at 2.45 GHz. It stays cool via highly efficient, solid-state technology...
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RF Driven Plasma Lighting: The Next Revolution in Light Sources

This article presents an overview of the relative merits of an innovation in the field of light sources, namely RF Lighting, with respect to incumbent technologies. The challenges this new light source poses for high-power RF Si LDMOS, the key enabling...
K. Werner and S. Theeuwen, NXP Semiconductors, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
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Lighting is about illuminating our world for a purpose. Whether it be for identification, recognition, beautification, accentuation, decoration, orientation, safety, security or ambience, the associated quest runs for ever more efficient, longer-lasting and sun-like light sources. Efficiency is reducing the amount of energy required to create certain amounts of...
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1000 W Amplifier for S-band Linear Accelerator Applications

Integra Technologies Inc., El Segundo, CA
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The S-band has long been an application space servicing both commercial and military radars and now supports communications (WiMAX and cordless telephony) and ISM (microwave ovens and linear accelerators). The IBA2856S1KW from Integra is the first amplifier designed for RF pulsed power for S-band linear accelerator or linac applications....
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