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Catalog Update

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Test and Measurement Catalog Agilent Technologies’ Interactive Test & Measurement Catalog 2008/09 is now available online. The new interactive catalog has enhanced features, including the ability to send an e-mail to a colleague that links to a specific page within the catalog. Users can bookmark pages for ease of...
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New Waves: Amplifiers and Oscillators

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Phase-locked Crystal Oscillator The PLXO-Series phase-locked crystal oscillators from EM Research are now available with significantly improved performance and smaller size. With the option of a surface-mount or connectorized package, PLXO offers several outputs: sine 7 dBm, 10 dBm, CMOS and PECL. The new smaller-sized surface-mount package (0.9 x...
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The Book End

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RF and Microwave Transistor Oscillator Design Andrei Grebennikov John Wiley & Sons Ltd. • 456 pages; $150 ISBN: 978-0-470-02535-2 The main objective of this book is to present all relevant information necessary for RF and microwave transistor oscillator design, including well-known and new theoretical approaches and practical circuit schematics...
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Wholesale Prices of GPS-enabled Handsets to Fall Under $200 by 2010

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Presently, most handsets with integrated GPS are smartphones or high-end feature phones, with wholesale price in the range of $250 to $500. However, chipset manufacturers now have solutions in place that will permit the integration of GPS in handsets at lower costs, and provide significant improvements in terms of...
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Evolving ZigBee’s Potential Still Unclear

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ZigBee, the formal network, security, application-framework and application-profile layer overlay on top of the 802.15.4 PHY (physical) and MAC (media-access-control) layers used in low-power wireless mesh networks, continues to evolve with its potential still unclear, reports In-Stat. Currently, ZigBee technology targets building automation, industrial, medical, home automation, asset management,...
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Semiconductor End-use: Market Diversity is a Good Thing

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Noting that the semiconductor industry has been experiencing relatively balanced growth over the past few years, market research firm In-Stat expects that this will continue over the next five years. Although there will be some variation in growth rates among the end-use segments in terms of semiconductor consumption, these...
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Analysts Say Mobile Handset Merger a Good Start

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Independent market research firm Strategy Analytics applauded Kyocera’s recent acquisition of Sanyo Electronics’ mobile handset division. Having gained important scale in the takeover, Kyocera will now face the formidable challenge of leveraging Sanyo’s resources to drive growth in important 3G product segments. Neil Mawston, associate director at Strategy Analytics,...
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Web Update

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Fabless in Hyderabad AMTL develops standard products based on robust and reliable designs fabricated at GaAs foundries around the world. AMTL products are tested and packaged as per customer requirement at the state-of-the-art facility available with the parent company. AMTL also designs high performance MMICs for customer specific applications....
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Northrop Grumman Demonstrates New Synthetic Aperture Radar

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Northrop Grumman Corp. has successfully demonstrated the capability to generate high-resolution, in-flight synthetic aperture radar (SAR) maps using the AESA (active electronically scanned array) radar being produced for the US Air Force’s F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft. “The flight tests, on board a company BAC 1-11 test bed aircraft, have...
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Harris Corp. Introduces First Multiband Radio for Federal Agencies

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Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, introduced the first multiband land mobile radio that provides real-time interoperable communications for the growing federal public safety and homeland security market. Public safety communications interoperability has been identified by Congress, the National Governor’s Association, the US Conference of Mayors...
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