Articles by Microwave Journal

European Microwave Exhibition 2004

The following list is complete at the time of going to press. 7 layers H98 AC Microwave H41 Acreo AB H144 Actipass Co. Ltd. H45 Aeroflex H76 AFT Group German Pavilion Agere Systems H70 Agilent Technologies – SPONSOR H17/18 Air-Parts B.V. H14 Alfred Tronser GmbH H92 AMCS H142 Amphenol...
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Lockheed Martin Wins Contract for Communications Network

The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, through the Air Force Research Laboratory in Dayton, OH, selected Lockheed Martin to develop and demonstrate a prototype network that combines the speed of laser-based communications with the dependability of radio frequency communications to support the information-sharing needs of military commanders. The initial...
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3G?, 4G?, WiMAX?, 802.20? Do We Need Them All?

Recently, AT&T Wireless started UMTS services in Detroit, Phoenix, San Francisco and Seattle. Based on technologies shared with Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, these are, says the company, the first commercially available 3G UMTS services available in the US. That is good news, but is it the whole story? The wireless...
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ASIC Market Alive and Well

In spite of what some market analysts might believe, In-Stat/MDR reports that the application-specific IC (ASIC) market is alive and well and will continue to prosper in the future, albeit at a lower pace than history would have dictated. The high tech market research firm finds that product differentiation...
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The Book End

Modern Receiver Front-Ends: Systems, Circuits and Integration Joy Laskar, Balak Matinpour and Sudipto Chakraborty Wiley-Interscience 234 pages; $79.95 ISBN: 0-471-22591-6 The main focus of this book is the integration of, and interaction among, various building blocks for, and the development and characterization of, receiver subsystems for wireless applications. Such...
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