Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

Project MESA Takes Protective Measures

An aggressive work plan to revolutionize communications for organizations within the public protection and disaster relief sector has been adopted by Project MESA. The plan was agreed during the sixth plenary meeting of Project MESA, which was held in Ottawa in April and brought together governmental and industrial scientists...
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Spain's Special Space Mission

Indra Espacio of Spain has been contracted by the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop the first Telemetry and Command Control Station (TT&C) in Europe capable of operating simultaneously in X- and Ka-bands, for implementation in future Deep Space missions. This need to change the frequencies used to control...
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Web Forum Seeks MEMbers

SUSS MicroTec and DELTA (Danish Electronics, Light & Acoustics) have launched MEMUNITY on www.memunity.com, which is a Web site forum for those involved, or interested, in MEMS testing. It results from the Eurimus-funded MICROTEST project, which aims to develop special test systems for unpackaged MEMS and bring equipment and...
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Space Takes Centre Stage in Japan

The National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) has opened the Space Component Engineering Centre, which is available internationally and expected to be widely utilized. It is open to the government sector, universities and private companies. The intention is for it not only to promote R&D activities conducted by...
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3G Launches to Peak in 2004

Realities of 3G launches are far from what operators anticipated just a few years ago, when they committed billions of dollars in 3G fees, adhering to stringent regulatory terms and conditions. According to Allied Business Intelligence (ABI), the number of 3G network launches will peak in 2004, but developed...
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