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China’s CETC establishes itself in global marketplace

An interesting and significant exhibitor at IMS 2012 in Montreal was the 41st Institute of CETC – the only professional Electronic Measurement Instrument Institute in China, which researches and manufactures electronic measurement instruments and automatic testing systems in the microwave, millimetre-wave, optical and communications sectors. The company also provides measurement technology for the research and manufacture of electronic devices and systems.
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MWC 2012: For mobile front-end RFICs - size and efficiency matter

MMICS & More

Agilent at MWC Leading RFIC front-end device manufacturers were on hand at the2012 Mobile World Congress, showing off the latest chip sets. To achieve smaller footprints and deliver on higher power added efficiency, vendors are offering different solutions which could shake up the industry.


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MWC 2012: Test Solution Wrap-up

TestBench

AgilentMWC Leading RF/microwave test equipment manufacturers were on hand at the2012 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona between February 27 and March 1, ashowing off the latest test solutions for the mobile communications industry. Here's a sample of what they had on display.


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2012 Mobile World Congress: Product Wrap-Up

The 2012 Mobile World Congress (MWC), which took place at the Fira de Barcelona Conference and Exhibition Centre between February 27 and March 1, addressed the evolution of the mobile communications industry. Key technological activity concentrated on addressing the strain on network capacity and the need to increase performance of PAs, batteries etc. Hot topics included carrier aggregation, Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and envelope tracking, just to name a few.  Here is a full product wrap-up of what MWJ covered at the show.


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Chalmers Team Uses Microwaves to Fight Tumours, Detect Breast Cancer

A research team from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, has developed two new techniques of cancer diagnosis and treatment with the aid of microwaves. One method is an alternative to mammography that uses X-rays to detect breast cancer. The other method aims to treat tumours in the head...
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Research Team Claims First Tunable Broadband Photonic Phase Shifter

A team of researchers from the Universitat Politècnica de València's El Instituto de Telecomunicaciones y Aplicaciones Multimedia (iTEAM) in Spain claims to have created the first tunable broadband RF photonic phase shifter. The study was funded in part by the "Governing the speed of light" (GOSPEL) project, which was...
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European Research Council Grants to Take Projects from Research to Market

A series of European Research Council (ERC) "top up" grants worth up to €150,000 each have been awarded to 30 leading researchers across Europe. Part of the ERC's new "Proof of Concept" funding initiative, these grants are being awarded to researchers who already hold ERC grants, in order to...
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EADS and RUSNANO Join Forces on Nanotechnology Research Programmes

European aerospace and defence group EADS and Russian Nanotechnology Corp. RUSNANO have signed a cooperative research and development agreement in the field of nanotechnology. As a first step, the partners will identify relevant patents in EADS's portfolio, which could be suited to develop new business in the Russian industry....
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£50 M UK Hub to Commercialise Graphene

The UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced the formation of £50 M Global Research and Technology Hub that will connect UK researchers and businesses working to commercialise the Nobel Prize winning super strong material graphene. The UK's Universities and Science Minister, David Willetts said, "One year...
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Nobel Laureate Addressed EuMW

Those who attended the Opening Session at European Microwave Week 2011 in October witnessed first-hand Professor Konstantin S. Novoselov FRS, Nobel Laureate 2010, deliver a presentation titled, Graphene: Materials in the Flatland. He outlined the material's discovery and the properties that make it a promising candidate for future electronic...
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