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Around the Circuit

Industry News EMS Technologies Inc. announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Satamatics Global Ltd. , a global provider of Inmarsat IsatM2M (machine-to-machine or “M2M”) services, headquartered in Tewkesbury, UK. The acquisition complements the company’s existing Iridium- and Inmarsat-based tracking solutions. EMS expects the acquisition to...
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Catalog Update

Technical Overview This new technical overview explains the performance capabilities of the Agilent N9360A mobile station tester, which is a multi-format economy test platform with just enough go/no go test capabilities to meet the needs of the low cost mobile station test market. The free technical overview, “Agilent N9360A...
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New Products

New Waves: Radar/Antennas Surface-mount Antenna The Mixtus A10194 has been added to the gigaNOVA® range of surface-mount antennas. It is a dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz SMD antenna that operates over the full 2.4 to 2.5 GHz and 4.9 to 5.9 GHz bands and is designed for use...
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The Book End

Radar System Analysis, Design and Simulation Eyung W. Kang Whether you are an experienced radar engineer striving to optimize system performance or a graduate student looking to gain a practical understanding of radar system design, this authoritative volume is a smart choice. The book helps you master critical system...
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The MWJ Puzzler January 09

New MWJ Puzzler

New this year in each issue is the MWJ Puzzler - a crossword puzzle to test your RF and microwave knowledge with words related to the editorial theme for the month.

Test your knowledge of Antenna/Radar related words here >>


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The Road to 4G

From the November 2008 issue of Microwave Journal. In 2008, the road to 4G has cleared a bit, with Ultra-mobile Broadband (UMB) left publicly by the roadside. However, the two remaining “4G” technologies, LTE and WiMAX, still present much speculation and confusion, InStat reported. Generally, “4G” technologies are considered...
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Comarch Constructs WiMAX Network in Montenegro

The last phase of a WiMAX project at Promonte, the prime GSM mobile service provider in Montenegro, has been completed by Comarch. The project introduces global activity taken within Telenor Group’s ‘Internet to the people’, taking advantage of the combination of the latest technologies like 3GHSPA, WiMAX and WiFi....
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Motorola Envisions Video Driving LTE, WiMAX and Fiber-to-the-Home Growth in 2009

Closes 2008 with significant advances in wired and wireless broadband demonstrations, deployments and devices
Spurred by the continued interest in broadband technologies to deliver rich media experiences in the home and beyond, Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) will carry groundbreaking Long Term Evolution (LTE) work and expanding WiMAX and Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) deployments into a projected expansion of broadband in 2009. The leading provider of...
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2008 Editorial Index

Antennas Chen, Wen-Shan and Kai-Cheng Yang “Design of a CPW-fed Printed Antenna for Ultra Wideband Applications,” No. 2, p. 120. Link Chen, Wen-Shan and Kuang-Yuan Ku “A Microstrip-fed Monopole Antenna for WLAN USB Applications,” No. 3, p. 104. Link Chen, Wen-Shan and Kai-Cheng Yang “A Compact CPW-fed Rectangle-trapezoid-rectangle Shaped...
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Northrop Grumman Receives Two Contracts for AN/APN Radar Program

Northrop Grumman Corp. has been awarded two separate contracts from the US Air Force Warner Robins Air Logistics Center to provide navigation and weather radars and logistical support for the US Air Force, Air Force Reserves and Air National Guard. The Northrop Grumman AN/APN-241 provides high resolution ground maps,...
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