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Articles by Richard Mumford, European Editor

Jewel in the Crown for Thales in UK

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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Thales UK has opened its new Joint Electronic Warfare Experimentation Laboratory (JEWEL) in Leicester, UK. The JEWEL features a fully operational Electronic Warfare Operation Centre (EWOC) to provide complete simulation of land electronic warfare scenarios, support tools, and mission planning and reporting. Its ability to simultaneously simulate up to...
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NextWave and EB Collaborate on Mobile WiMAX

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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Elektrobit (EB) and NextWave Wireless Inc. are collaborating to bring one of the first commercial mobile WiMAX handset reference designs to the global market for wide-scale deployment. Together, the partners will provide wireless device manufacturers the opportunity to bring mobile WiMAX products to market faster and with lower development...
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Ceragon Demonstrates PBB-TE Over Microwave

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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Ceragon Networks has joined forces with industry leaders to successfully demonstrate Provider Backbone Bridges-Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE) protection over an adaptive modulation packet microwave, thus setting a new milestone for enabling carrier-grade Ethernet services in mobile backhaul networks with high capacity microwave. The demonstration centres on the advanced FibeAir IP-MAX2...
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EADS Has Designs on HAI Centre

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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EADS and Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) have signed an agreement valued at €9.7 million for the development of HAI’s design centre. HAI is generating the design centre programme with the support of the Greek Ministry of Defence and through this agreement with EADS the company will obtain all the...
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IET and IoN Create MNT Network

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institute of Nanotechnology (IoN) are to create a joint Microsystems and Nanotechnology (MNT) Network to share knowledge and promote the understanding and application of nanotechnology. The Network will develop both virtual activities and live events, and will draw on the...
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EADS DS and Astrium Win Satellite Intelligence Contract

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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The French armaments directorate (DGA) has awarded EADS Defence & Security and Astrium a contract worth €28 M for the design, development, installation and operational maintenance of the Portail Hôte d’Accès au Renseignement de l’Observation Spatiale (PHAROS) system. From 2009, PHAROS (an access portal for satellite intelligence) will enable...
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Norwegian Chip Company Formed

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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New Norwegian chip company, Energy Micro AS, has been created by former key executives of Chipcon. The new company’s stated aim is to create the industry’s most energy friendly microcontrollers based on modern and powerful microprocessor architectures. The company has already received financial support from Innovation Norway and will...
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STMicroelectronics and ACS Support VII Initiative

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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STMicroelectronics and Automotive Communications Systems (ACS) are to jointly develop communications integrated circuits for Vehicle and Infrastructure Integration (VII). The VII initiative is investigating the potential safety benefits of car-to-car and car-to-roadside high-speed communications. Contributors include the US Federal Government, state governments, the world’s leading car companies, suppliers, consultants...
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QinetiQ is a Good LISTENER

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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QinetiQ, as part of the KAIROS Consortium, which L-3 Communications leads and also includes LogicaCMG, has been awarded a share in a £1 M, 10-month UK MoD contract for the Assessment Phase of Project LISTENER, for risk reduction and solution definition. The Project integrates sensor products in order to...
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ITU Banks on AfDB to Support African Interconnection

Richard Mumford, European Editor
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The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) have agreed to collaborate on interconnecting all African capitals and major cities with ICT broadband infrastructure and strengthen connectivity to the rest of the world by 2012. As part of this collaboration, both organisations will actively mobilize partners...
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