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Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

New Products

December 1, 2002
COMPONENTS Surface-mount Balun This miniaturized version of the company's 2.4 GHz Xinger-brand surface-mount balun has an insertion loss of 0.35 dB (max), making it an ideal companion for 802.11b and 802.11g access point and embedded WLAN chipsets. Other advantages include optimization for impedance matching and guaranteed phase and amplitude...
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Around the Circuit

December 1, 2002
INDUSTRY NEWS Endwave Corp. has acquired certain wireless infrastructure assets of Signal Technology Corp. 's Wireless Group. The acquisition includes customer contracts, equipment, inventory, product designs and other intellectual property, and key personnel needed for the ongoing operation of the business unit. The purchase is expected to enhance Endwave's...
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New Literature

December 1, 2002
DC/DC Converter Guide This 29-page catalog is completely user/applications-oriented. Each of 425 standard products is listed according to its output configuration (single, dual, triple, etc.), its output voltage (from 1 to 48 V), its output current (up to 40 A), its input voltage range (typically centered around 3.3, 5.0,...
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Web Update

December 1, 2002
Microwave Products This Web site enables customers to efficiently gather information from the company's products catalog. Visitors can easily access detailed part descriptions, images and drawings of all the company's GPO™ and GPPO™ standard products. It also features product information, assembly instructions and recommended tools. Pull-down menus provide quick...
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The Book End

December 1, 2002
Wireless Communications - Principles and Practice, Second Edition Theodore S. Rappaport Prentice Hall PTR 707 pages; $92 ISBN: 0-13-042232-0 The second edition of this book has been written to initiate the newcomer to wireless personal communications, one of the fastest growing fields in the engineering world. Technical concepts which...
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2002 Editorial Index

December 1, 2002
ANTENNAS Chuang, Huey-Ru, Liang-Chen Kuo, Chi-Chang Lin and Wen-Tzu Chen "A 2.4 GHz Polarization-diversity Planar Printed Dipole Antenna for WLAN and Wireless Communication Applications," No. 6, p. 50. Gunnels, Robert "Axial Ratio Measurements of Single Circularly Polarized Antennas," No. 1, p. 124. Izadian, Jamal S. "QFHA Antennas for Satellite...
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Raytheon Delivers First Production Evolved SEASPARROW to US Navy

December 1, 2002
Raytheon Co. delivered the first production Evolved SEASPARROW Missile (ESSM) to the US Navy, defining the future of ship defense. "ESSM provides improved ship self-defense capabilities against faster, lower, smaller and more maneuverable anti-ship missile threats as well as increased firepower," said Capt. Ken Graber, the NATO SEASPARROW project...
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Airborne Surveillance System Keeps Security Forces Safe

December 1, 2002
Air Force Security Forces personnel supporting Operation Enduring Freedom have been equipped with the latest in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology, the Force Protection Airborne Surveillance System (FPASS). The system allows security forces to see beyond base perimeters and can provide a rapid visual assessment of detected threats. The...
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Space System/Loral Selected for Navy's Communication System

December 1, 2002
Loral Space and Communications announced that the US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) has awarded a Space Systems/ Loral (SS/L) team, led by Raytheon, a $40 M Component Advanced Development (CAD) contract to develop the US Navy's $6 B, next-generation, satellite-based mobile communications system, the Mobile...
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BAE Systems Demonstrate Guided Rocket

December 1, 2002
BAE Systems successfully launched a 2.75" laser guided rocket using a unique mid-body, fin-mounted, guidance system, scoring a "bull's-eye" hit on a small target more than three miles away from its launch point. The control test vehicle (CTV) was fired Sept. 29 at the Army's Yuma Proving Ground in...
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