RF & Microwave Industry News

Ask Harlan, January 30, 2007

Harlan Howe has 34 years experience as a microwave design engineer and fifteen as publisher and editor of Microwave Journal ® , and is an IEEE
Published January 30, 2007 From: Brian Fernandes, Avago Technologies Dear Harlan, Why is there a frequency limitation on the GTEM for measurement of radiated emissions? And how can this be physically measured? Dear Brian, A GTEM cell is a closed cell measuring device that creates a TEM mode field...
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RF to Light Update - January 29, 2007

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TenXc Makes Intelligent Investment in Pakistan

TenXc Wireless Inc. , an innovator in intelligent radio frequency solutions for enhanced wireless networks, and Coherent Designs Pvt. are to establish a joint development center in Islamabad, Pakistan. The new development center expands TenXc's existing research and development capabilities and will play an integral role in the development...
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RFI Unveils Chamber of Secrets in Korea

RFI Global Services has installed a specially commissioned Radiated Spurious Emissions (RSE) chamber at its test facility in South Korea, which was opened in June last year. With an investment of £500,000 the fully automated RSE measurement chamber will provide accredited radiated spurious emission measurements on cellular devices defined...
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Freescale and IBM to Collaborate on Future Semiconductor Technologies

Freescale Semiconductor and IBM have announced that Freescale will join the IBM technology alliance for joint semiconductor research and development. The agreement includes Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) and Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technologies as well as advanced semiconductor research and design enablement transitioning at the 45-nanometer generation. Freescale is the...
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