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Harris Corp. Urges Adoption of Multiband Radio Technology

Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, called for the adoption of software-defined, multiband, multimission radios as a principal solution for interoperable public safety communications among first responders. During a presentation titled “Enabling First-Responder Interoperability through Multiband, Software Defined Radios,” Kevin Kane, director of business development for...
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European Space Centre at Harwell

The European Space Agency (ESA) and the UK government have signed an agreement in principle to develop an ESA research centre at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus (HSIC) in Oxfordshire, UK. The aim is for the research centre to be up and running within a year. Keith Mason,...
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Cambridge Broadband Networks Joins NGMN Alliance

Cambridge Broadband Networks Ltd. is the first backhaul-focused technology vendor to join the Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance (NGMN). The NGMN is a group of world leading operators such as AT&T, China Mobile, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone as well as technology vendors, including Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia...
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ST Joins Microsystems Industrial Group at MTL

STMicroelectronics has become the first European company to join the Microsystems Industrial Group (MIG) industry consortium at the Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Group is an exclusive industry consortium that was founded in the 1980s to support Microsystems Technology Laboratories infrastructure and provide direction to...
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Technology Strategy Board to REfocus KTNs

Following a major review the Technology Strategy Board—an executive non-departmental public body established by the UK Government in 2007—is to refocus the work of its Knowledge Transfer Networks (KTN). The aim of the networks is bring together interested parties from business, universities and research organisations to stimulate innovation through...
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European Air Traffic Management Standard Adopted

A new page in the modern history of aeronautical standardization has been written by ETSI members and ETSI partner organization EUROCAE, with the adoption of a new European Standard on Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS). It is seen as a significant step towards the completion of...
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Economic Crisis Likely to Impact High-flying Cellphone Industry

While the cellphone industry has generally been unaffected by economic ups and downs, this recession may well be very different, reports In-Stat. The current economic slowdown is more widespread and deeper than ever experienced during the history of the cellphone, and has spread through Europe, Asia and North America,...
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High-power RFIC Markets Going from Strength to Strength

ABI Research’s optimistic forecasts for the penetration of high-powered RF integrated circuits into the mobile wireless base station market have been borne out by the latest market developments. According to research director Lance Wilson, “Compared to the discrete devices they can replace, high-power RFICs take up less circuit board...
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Total Available Market for Microwave Tubes Approaching $1 B

While microwave and millimeter-wave high-power vacuum electron devices (VED) remain “below the radar” of many industry observers, the total available market (TAM) for this segment is nearly $1 B. Despite its size, and although these tubes (valves) remain essential elements in specialized military, scientific/medical and space communications applications, this...
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335,000 Cellular Base Stations to Include Solar Power by 2013

As mobile network expansion moves ostensibly to emerging markets where solar energy levels are more favorable, solar power appears ready to play an important role in reducing the costs of cellular service delivery and ensuring a more reliable power supply. The OEMs’ drive toward reducing base station power consumption,...
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