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Articles by Dan Massé, Associate Technical Editor

Market Watch

In the growing field of medical microwave ablation procedures, the development of better applicators can overshadow the microwave power generation development and result in the system development work being subcontracted, which can result in large development costs. To provide customers with a complete, fully functional and 60601 approved solution,...
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Cellular M2M Connections Will Show Steady Growth to 2015

Cellular M2M (machine-to-machine) connections continue to show steady growth, and are expected to exceed 297 million in 2015. In the latest update to ABI Research’s forecasts, the 2009 forecast of about 225 million connections by 2014 has also been raised to 232.5 million. Within this worldwide picture, however, are...
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Sioux Valley Energy Deploys Full Spectrum Private Mobile Broadband Data Solution

Sioux Valley Energy is deploying Full Spectrum’s FullMAX Mobile Broadband System for its private wide-area mission critical mobile data needs. The FullMAX system, based on the worldwide Mobile WiMAX standard, is used for a variety of energy related mobile workforce management applications, including real-time work order and outage management,...
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AHAM Issues Assessment of Communications Protocols for Smart Grid Enabled Appliances

The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) recently announced the findings of the home appliance industry’s technical evaluation of communications protocols for smart grid enabled home appliances. The results of the evaluation can be found in a newly released Assessment of Communication Standards for Smart Appliances. The results of...
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ViaSat Demonstrates Mesh SATCOM COTM

ViaSat Inc. has successfully demonstrated full-mesh satellite communications at Ka-band between an Australian Army deployable 1.0 m Compact Transmit Receive Suite (CTRS) terminal located at the Defense Science and Technology Organization (DSTO) and a 48 cm communication-on-the-move (COTM) terminal located at BAE Systems Australia, using a ViaSat LinkWayS2™ MF-TDMA...
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Lockheed Martin Awarded High-power Microwave Energy Weapon Contract

Lockheed Martin received a $230,000 US Air Force contract to define requirements for a weapon that uses high-power microwave energy beams instead of explosives to take out enemy electronic systems. The Non-Kinetic Counter Electronics Capability (NKCE) contract will lead to a new type of weapon that will destroy electronic...
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Raytheon Completes Software Specification Review for GPS OCX

The Raytheon team has successfully completed a key design review of the Global Positioning System (GPS) Advanced Control Segment (OCX), signaling the team’s readiness to proceed with the next development phase of the program. Nearly 70 representatives from the government, aerospace and System Engineering and Integration, a contractor for...
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The Counter-IED Market 2010-2020: System and Technology for Force Protection

Improvised explosive devices (IED) have been brutally effective weapons for insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan, and increasingly, in other parts of the world. IEDs have been blamed for thousands of deaths of military personnel and also civilians. The US and its allies have responded to the IED threat by...
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