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Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

Mobile WiMAX More Opportunity Than Threat for Mobile Operators

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From a mobile operator perspective, mobile WiMAX or 802.16e provides more of a service complement than a competitive threat, reports In-Stat. The mobile standard for WiMAX has been the subject of debate since its inception, the high-tech market research firm says. Mobile operators and vendors have disputed how this...
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New Waves: MTT-S Product Showcase

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The following booth numbers are complete as of April 8, 2008. Heavy Wall Waveguide A-Alpha Waveguide offers heavy wall WR62, WR75, WR90, WR137, WR159, 6061 aluminum waveguide tube as well as WR62, WR75, WR90, WR112, WR137, WR187 heavy wall OFHC copper waveguide tube. These sizes along with all standard...
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Conformity For ELVA-1 in Russia

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ELVA-1 Millimetre Wave Division has received Certificates of Conformity from the Russian Federation’s Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications (MITC) for its wireless communications technologies PPC-80/70 and PPC-95/92 digital radio links, providing data transmission up to 1250 Gbps. As the company continues to expand its presence in broadband markets...
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Indra Gains Pleidaes Space Contract

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In a contract with the Spanish Ministry of Defence worth €13.7 M, to be concluded in three years, Indra will develop, integrate and implement the ground segment of the Pleidaes Space Programme, a French constellation of high-resolution optical satellites for Earth observation. The systems to be implemented by Indra...
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Motorola to Create Two Companies

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Motorola’s Board of Directors has commenced a process to create two independent, publicly-traded companies. The move follows evaluation of the structural and strategic realignment of the company’s businesses and represents affirmative steps to position its Mobile Devices and Broadband & Mobility Solutions businesses for success, while creating value for...
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TNO and SINTEF Strengthen Collaboration

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Research organizations TNO (the Netherlands) and SINTEF (Norway) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop and market their joint services in a number of fields of technology. The agreement was signed by Tini Colijn, member of the TNO Board of Management, and Unni M. Steinsmo, president and...
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ANSYS to Acquire Ansoft

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ANSYS and Ansoft Corp. have signed a definitive agreement whereby ANSYS will acquire Ansoft for a purchase price of approximately $832 M in a mix of cash and ANSYS common stock. Under the terms of the agreement, which was unanimously approved by the Boards of Directors of both companies,...
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Softening Demand Dampens 2008 Semiconductor Outlook

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Where the semiconductor market was characterized by excess capacity and high demand, 2008 will be characterized by better capacity balance, but softening demand, reports In-Stat. The net result is forecasted revenue growth in 2008 of only 2.4 percent, the high-tech market research firm says. The computer segment, whose share...
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Nearly One Billion Bluetooth-enabled Devices to Ship in Asia in 2013

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While Bluetooth has been in the market for almost a decade, it has not proliferated widely in Asia. In terms of consumer awareness, this region still lags behind others. However, the picture is changing, especially when it comes to cellular handsets, and a new study from ABI Research indicates...
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Networking Connections Go from Nice-to-have to Necessary in Consumer Electronics

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According to ABI Research, in coming years home network connections will no longer be an optional feature for many consumer electronic products, as digital content, social networking and IP services delivered through embedded network connections will be demanded by consumers in the devices they buy. The leading device categories...
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