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New Products

October 14, 2004
InGaP HBT Transistor The model MMA707-3030 is an InGaP HBT transistor that provides high performance to 2.2 GHz. This model delivers up to 12 dB gain, a P1dB of +31 dBm, and an OIP3 of +50 dBm over 100 MHz bandwidths up to 2.4 GHz. This device is suitable...
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Around the Circuit

October 14, 2004
Industry News Vectron International , a subsidiary of Dover Corp., announced that it has acquired Corning Frequency Control (CFC), a division of Corning Inc. CFC is a supplier of quartz crystals, oscillators and filters to the communications, test and instrumentation, position location, automotive and military/aerospace electronic markets. Financial details...
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New Literature

October 14, 2004
Product Catalog This catalog features the company’s RF absorbers and anechoic chambers products. The catalog provides a company background and a detailing on its manufacturing facilities and operations. Product models, descriptions and an explanation as to how the products are utilized are also included. Advanced ElectroMagnetics Inc., Santee, CA...
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Catalog Update

October 14, 2004
Product and Service Catalog This 58-page product catalog details the company’s telecommunication products, services and solutions, including remote management for multiple wireless applications. An easy-to-use index helps a reader to navigate by part number to a relevant item. Photographs and ordering information are also included. Applied Innovation Inc., Dublin,...
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Northrop Grumman Wins Contract for Navigation Radar Sets for Submarines

October 14, 2004
Northrop Grumman Corp. has been awarded a contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command to supply navigation radar sets and associated systems engineering for ten US Navy submarines. The company’s Sperry Marine business unit will deliver AN/BPS-16 (V)4 navigation radar sets for six Virginia-class attack submarines and four guided-missile...
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Raytheon Awarded $440 M Contract for New Standard Missile-6

October 14, 2004
The US Navy awarded a $440 M contract to Raytheon Co. to develop and produce the new STANDARD Missile-6 Extended Range Active Missile. The SM-6 is being developed to meet the Navy’s requirement for an extended range anti-warfare missile (ER-AAW). “SM-6 not only ensures that the US Navy anti-air...
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Northrop Grumman Wins Commercial Aircraft Anti-missile System Contract

October 14, 2004
Northrop Grumman Corp. has been selected by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for Phase II of the Counter-Man Portable Air Defense Systems (Counter-MANPADS) program, which is designed to protect commercial aircraft from attack by ground-based, shoulder-fired missiles. During the Phase II contract, which is valued at $45...
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ESC Contract Award Will Improve Deployed Communications

October 14, 2004
Communications in a deployed environment will be easier for the Air Force because of a recent contract award by the Electronic Systems Center (ESC). ESC recently awarded a second follow-on indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract worth up to nearly $490 M for a program called Theater Deployable Communications. The contract...
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Semiconductor and Consumer Electronics Companies Unveil Proposal for 802.11

October 14, 2004
A consortium of companies collaborating under the moniker “WWiSE” announced their intended submission of a complete joint proposal to the IEEE 802.11 Task Group N (TGn), which is chartered with developing a next generation Wi-Fi standard capable of sustaining data throughput in excess of 100 Mbps. The technology foundation...
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MEMS Making Their Mark in Consumer Electronics

October 14, 2004
MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) are growing up fast when it comes to their integration into all kinds of Consumer Electronics (CE), reports In-Stat/MDR. And while most applications, at this point, remain fairly niche, the hi-tech market research firm believes that all signs point to more MEMS devices moving into an...
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