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Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

MEMS Offer a Possible Silver Lining for Semiconductor Equipment Suppliers

December 1, 2002
Given the down turn in the semiconductor equipment market, suppliers are now focusing more intently on the compelling opportunity MEMS fabrication is presenting, according to In-Stat/MDR. There are some 60 MEMS fab/foundries, several hundred start-ups (many of which have their own in-house prototyping and/or fabrication facilities), as well as...
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Cellular Infrastructure Manufacturers to Face Tough 18 Months

December 1, 2002
The total worldwide count of analog, CDMA, TDMA, GSM, PDC, PHS and UMT base stations will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of a mere 13.7 percent through 2006, according to In-Stat/MDR. The high tech market research firm finds that, during this same period, UMTS will lead...
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New Products

November 1, 2002
COMPONENTS Ceramic Filter/Decoupling Capacitor This ceramic filter/decoupling capacitor utilizes revolutionary X2Y® technology. The design incorporates common shielding electrodes that form a Faraday Cage around the standard capacitor. The addition of the common electrode creates two matched or balanced capacitors enabling simultaneous line-to-line and line-to-ground filtering. The matched capacitor design...
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Around the Circuit

November 1, 2002
INDUSTRY NEWS The Connecticut Microwave Corp. acquired the combiner, duplexer and filter product lines of Davicom Technologies Inc. The acquisition included all engineering, tooling, manufacturing process data and work in progress. These products are primarily used in dedicated systems including business, safety and municipal. Littelfuse Inc. has purchased Semitron...
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New Literature

November 1, 2002
2002 Product Catalog This catalog includes high power passive resistive components featuring terminations, resistors and attenuators in various configurations. Packages are available in chip form, chips with leads and flanged devices. Also featured are standard precision chip packages, thick film circuit capabilities, cable load and power sensors. Barry Industries...
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The Book End

November 1, 2002
Compact and Broadband Microstrip Antennas Kin-Lu Wong John Wiley & Sons Inc. 327 pages; $94.95 ISBN: 0-471-41717-3 Modern portable communication equipment requires compact, broadband microstrip antennas. This book is intended to present new advanced designs of this type of antenna, offering more than 100 advanced microstrip antenna designs and...
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Raytheon Adds Reliability Engineering Consulting

November 1, 2002
Raytheon Co. is expanding its Reliability Analysis Laboratory (RAL) technical offerings with the incorporation of reliability engineering consulting services. Reliability is a core feature that can make or break the long term success of both products and companies. Design for Reliability (DFR) engineering tasks are just as important as...
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Lockheed Martin Receives $131 M for Leadership of Missile Defense Team

November 1, 2002
Lockheed Martin received a $131 M funding increment to continue its leadership of the Battle Management/Command and Control/Communication (BM/C2/C) program for the Missile Defense Agency's (MDA) Missile Defense National Team. The contract runs through December of 2003 and funds the team's efforts to devise and field an operational structure...
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US Air Force Accepts First Article ASR-11 DASR Systems

November 1, 2002
Raytheon Co.'s first article ASR-11 digital airport surveillance radar (DASR) systems located at Eglin Air Force Base, FL, and Stockton, CA, have been accepted by the US Air Force. This contract milestone has been achieved through confirmation of compliant performance through testing. Acceptance of these first article systems clears...
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Northrop Grumman Wins AF Mission Planning Contract for Precision Guided Munitions

November 1, 2002
Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Integrated System sector has been awarded a $49 M, nine-year contract by the US Air Force to provide Precision Guided Munitions Planning software (PGMPS). This program will give the Air Force a common, integrated personal computer-based mission planning application for all current and future USAF PGMs...
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