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Web Update

June 17, 2004
Ultra-precision Service This company’s Web site offers a complete ultra-precision service for grinding, lapping, polishing, diamond sawing, laser machining and sizing a wide variety of metals (ferrous and non-ferrous). The company also offers carbide, ceramic, sapphire and other materials for industrial and scientific applications in the telecommunications, semiconductor, communications,...
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Rockwell Collins Joins Raytheon to Develop SATCOM System

June 17, 2004
Rockwell Collins, a leader in the development of extremely high frequency communication terminals, has teamed with Raytheon Co. on a US Navy Contract for the first of a two-phase process to develop the Advance Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT), the Navy’s most advanced satellite communication (SATCOM)...
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Raytheon to Design Next-generation MILSATCOM as Part of Boeing Team

June 17, 2004
Raytheon Co. has been awarded a contract by Boeing, the prime contractor, for work on the next-generation MILSATCOM risk reduction and system definition program. The value to Raytheon is potentially worth $19.3 M over 27 months, with $12 M in options. The MILSATCOM Joint Program Office (Air Force Space...
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Northrop Grumman-led Team to Develop Next Phase of Space-based Radar

June 17, 2004
A team led by Northrop Grumman Corp. has received a $220 M, 24-month contract to develop the first phase of the Space-based Radar (SBR) program, which is designed to provide integrated, global, persistent intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), as well as real-time support to US military and intelligence community...
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Harris LMST Hailed as “Communications Pipeline” by US Marines

June 17, 2004
Highly mobile, multi-band satellite communications (SATCOM) terminals from Harris Corp. are providing US Marine Corps forces deployed around the world with highly reliable satellite-based voice, video, data and Internet connectivity between headquarters operations and the battlefield. The lightweight multi-band satellite terminal (LMST) and other SATCOM solutions from Harris were...
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Building Healthcare Technology to Provide Patient-centric Care

June 17, 2004
When a number of industries were going through really tough times, the healthcare industry was one of the few industries staying strong during the harsh economic times. While the economy slowly recovers, the healthcare industry continues to show its strength in implementing and investing in technology. Some of the...
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Group Reaffirms Support for Rapid Adoption of EPCglobal Standard

June 17, 2004
Leading manufacturers and technology providers of data collection and radio frequency identification (RFID) have submitted an RFID protocol definition that would pave the way for rapid adoption of a standard new worldwide RFID standard known as Electronic Product Code (EPC), Ultra-high Frequency (UHF) Generation 2. Companies supporting the protocol...
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MEMS for Optical Networks Finally Seeing the Light

June 17, 2004
With the telecom industry apparently emerging from the abyss in which it has resided for the past couple of years, In-Stat/MDR is cautiously optimistic with regards to the market for MEMS-based components in optical networks. The high tech market research firm reports that 2003 ended surprisingly strong for this...
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The Book End

June 17, 2004
Channels, Propagation and Antennas for Mobile Communications Rodney Vaughan and Jorgen Bach Andersen The Institution of Electrical Engineers 784 pages; $145, £89 ISBN: 0-85296-084-0 This book introduces the principles, theory and applications of physical layer wireless/mobile communications where antennas, propagation and the radio channel used are interrelated. It offers...
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Around the Circuit

June 1, 2004
Industry News Smiths Group announced the acquisition of TRAK Communications Inc. for $111.5 M (GBP 63m) from Veritas of New York. TRAK will form part of Smiths Interconnect, a supplier of application specific electronics for military and commercial markets. The acquisition is the fifth Smiths has announced since presenting...
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