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Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

New G.hn Home Networking Standard Has Significant Potential

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There is a new home networking industry alliance on the block. The HomeGrid Forum aims to promote the work of the International Telecommunication Union’s G.hn working group in developing a new triple-wire standard for home networking. But many in the industry have been wondering where a new standard would...
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Honeywell Introduces In-flight E-mail Wi-Fi Enabled BlackBerry Smartphones

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Honeywell announced the availability of its Honeywell In-flight Messaging Service accessible via Wi-Fi® enabled BlackBerry® smartphones from Research in Motion through Honeywell’s OneLink™ satellite communications services. The Honeywell In-flight Messaging Service can configure Swift64 or SwiftBroadband SATCOM and router equipment to enable customers with Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry smartphones to...
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Certification Arrives for Mobile WiMAX

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After many months of delay, there are now eight officially certified 802.16e, or WiMAX products. The WiMAX Forum made this announcement at its WiMAX Forum Congress in Singapore. Samsung, Sequans Communications, POSTDATA and Runcom Technologies all gained certification for a subscriber device and a base station. All four certified...
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UWB Questions Loom as Bluetooth Announces Use of 802.11

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Members of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced the development of Bluetooth over 802.11, giving Bluetooth a boost in data rate transfer and helping to quench consumer demand for added speed. Consequently, the Ultra-wideband (UWB) market worries that this announcement may slow down or even suspend its relationship...
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Thales Alenia Space Wins Egyptian Satellite Contract

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Thales Alenia Space has signed a contract with Nilesat, the Egyptian satellite company, to provide the Nilesat-201 broadcasting communication satellite and associated services and ground stations. As prime contractor, the company will be in charge of the design, manufacturing, test and in-orbit acceptance of the satellite. In addition, Thales...
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Vincotech: A New Name with Established Credentials

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Vincotech has been announced as a new name in the world of power and navigation electronics, but it holds a long and successful tradition. Originating from the former Electronic Modules division of Tyco Electronics, Vincotech is now a stand-alone company focussing on telematics applications, industrial drives and solar power...
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Ciba and VTT Agree to Intelligent Collaboration

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VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Ciba have signed a medium to long-term cooperation agreement in the field of printed intelligence. The agreement accelerates both companies’ current research collaboration in printed organic electronics, established in early 2007, and expands it to new printable functionalities in high-volume packaging and...
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WiMAX Trial for Alcatel-Lucent in Thailand

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Alcatel-Lucent has announced plans to conduct a trial of wireless broadband services using WiMAX Rev-e technology with True Corp., Thailand’s only fully integrated telecommunications provider and leader in convergence lifestyle. For the trial Alcatel-Lucent will provide True Corp. with a comprehensive WiMAX solution that operates on the 2.5 GHz...
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e2v Wins ESA Satellite Communications Contract

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e2v has been awarded a major contract by the European Space Agency (ESA) for the development of an analogue to digital converter for next-generation broadband satellite payloads. The contract covers the development of a high performance, low power, 10-bits 1.5 Gsps ADC that will meet the future needs of...
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Lockheed Martin-built Phoenix Successfully Lands on Mars

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NASA has a new spacecraft operating on the surface of Mars. The Phoenix Mars Lander, built by Lockheed Martin, navigated a dramatic descent through the planet’s atmosphere, positioning Phoenix to dig down and touch the planet’s subsurface ice. Onboard commands fired six separation nuts and jettisoned the cruise stage...
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