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Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

Company Profile: Aethercomm

Company History Aethercomm was founded in June 1999 by Todd Thornton, Terri Thornton, Jim Daube, Ed Takacs, Dr. Larry Larson and Dr. Peter Asbeck in the Thorntons’ living room. We moved to our current facilities in January 2000. Aethercomm designs and manufactures RF and microwave systems and subsystems for...
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Company Profiles: Now

In the following advertorial section, Microwave Journal presents the milestones and technical achievements of companies that have made and continue to make significant contributions to the microwave industry. Aethercomm Agilent Technologies AMC Anritsu Ansoft AR ARC Technologies AWR Daico Industries EADS North America HUBER+SUHNER IFI Tyco Electronics M/A-COM MECA...
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Company Profile: Agilent

Company History Agilent Technologies, a spin-off of Hewlett-Packard Co., broke records on Nov. 18, 1999 as the largest initial public offering (IPO) in Silicon Valley history. The US $2.1 billion raised from that IPO was a sharp contrast to the $538 in working capital that founders Bill Hewlett and...
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Company Profile: AMC

Company History In 1978, Mr. Raymond L. Sicotte founded American Microwave Corporation (AMC). Originally AMC manufactured ferrite products and eventually expanded and developed complete product lines of solid state microwave switches, voltage variable attenuators operating up to 18 GHz. AMC has been dedicated to providing state of the art...
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Company Profile: Anritsu

Company History Anritsu Company is the American subsidiary of Anritsu Corporation, a global provider of innovative communications solutions for more than 110 years. Anritsu is a global leader in the telecommunications, optical and wireless industries through its diverse product offerings ranging from test and measurement solutions to high-speed devices...
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Company Profile: Ansoft

Company History Ansoft was founded in 1984 and grew out of research conducted at Carnegie Mellon University by Ansoft’s chairman and chief technology officer, Zoltan J. Cendes, and his colleagues. In 1990, Ansoft shipped the first version of HFSS™ which has become the industry-standard software for S-parameter, Full-Wave SPICE™...
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Company Profile: AR

Company History Amplifier Research (AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation) began in 1969 with just two men in a cellar, moonlighting from their regular jobs. Don (“Shep”) Shepherd and his late partner, Dan Roth, worked for AEL (American Electronics Laboratories), producing radio frequency designs for military applications. They saw a market for...
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Company Profile: ARC

20 Years’ Experience in Absorber Technology Now in its 20th year, ARC Technologies continues to serve the commercial and military electronics industries with a complete line of absorber products and electrically tuned composite materials of the highest quality, manufactured in ARC’s 100,000 sq. ft. facility in Amesbury, MA. ARC...
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Company Profile: AWR

In the beginning.... In 1994, while designing chipsets for radar systems using current high-frequency EDA tools, Dr. Joe Pekarek realized there had to be a better way. He believed the Windows operating system offered unique opportunities that could let RF and microwave designers do their work faster, with greater...
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Company Profile: Daico Industries

Last year Daico Industries marked its 40th year serving the dynamic microwave industry. Just nine years after Microwave Journa l began publishing, Daico began filling a critical need for high-precision, super-reliable IF/RF and microwave products and solutions. Early products included switches, phase shifters and other control products operating in...
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