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Park Electrochemical introduces very low loss RF/microwave electronics materials

Park Electrochemical Corp. announced the introduction of its new NL9000 RF/Microwave electronics materials products. NL9000 materials are available globally. They have a dissipation factor (“Df”) of 0.0017 at 10 GHz using stripline testing methodology and a 0.5 dB/cm attenuation loss at 77 GHz for microstrip automotive radar applications.


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Marki Microwave leverages AWR's Microwave Office software for revolutionary mixer design

Software/EDA

AWR Corp. announces that its customer, Marki Microwave has leveraged its high-frequency design software platform to develop a new design and manufacturing flow for successful mixer design. The revolutionary new mixer design flow combines AWR’s Microwave Office® circuit design software and Marki’s patent-pending Microlithic™ mixer manufacturing process, resulting in a 14x reduction in the size of Marki’s mixers and a 5x reduction in design time with the same industry-leading quality and performance as the former handcrafted devices.


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Isola introduces very low-loss materials for advanced automotive safety and driver assistance systems

Isola Group S.a.r.l., a market leader in copper-clad laminates and dielectric prepreg materials used to fabricate advanced multi-layer Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), announced Astra™, the company’s breakthrough very low-loss dielectric constant (Dk) product for millimeter wave frequencies and beyond.


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Agilent outfits UC Berkeley electronics lab with $300,000 of test equipment

Test & Measurement

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that it  donated bench-top electronic measurement equipment worth $300,000 to the Texas Instruments Electronics Design Laboratory, which opened at the University of California, Berkeley. The new lab will provide more than 1,000 Berkeley students each year with hands-on experience applying the principles they learn in gateway electrical engineering courses such as microelectronic circuit design.


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