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Avago Ships GPS LNA Integrated with FBAR Filter

Avago Technologies announced the availability of its next-generation high-gain GPS low noise amplifier (LNA) with integrated filter. The company is a supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications. Under typical operating conditions of 2.7 V and 6 mA, Avago’s highly integrated ALM-1612 LNA/filter module delivers...
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e2v to Acquire QP Semiconductor

e2v technologies plc , the specialist developer and manufacturer of high technology components and subsystems, has announced that its subsidiary, e2v Holdings Inc., has conditionally agreed to buy QP Semiconductor Inc. for an initial cash consideration of $65 M. In addition, deferred consideration of up to $15 M may...
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EMRISE Sells PCB Division Assets to Sierra Circuits

EMRISE Corp. , a multi-national manufacturer of defense and aerospace electronic devices and communications equipment, announced that it has sold the assets of its printed circuit board (PCB) business, EMRISE Circuit Division (ECD), in Monrovia, CA, to Sierra Circuits Inc. , a provider of quick-turn printed circuit boards located...
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Northrop Grumman Recognizes TriQuint

TriQuint Semiconductor , an RF front-end product manufacturer and foundry services provider, was recognized by Northrop Grumman Corp. Electronic Systems (NGES) at its 2008 Supplier Conference with an award for bulk acoustic wave (BAW) innovation. At the same event TriQuint also received a Strategic Supplier Award for its dedication...
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Tyco Electronics M/A-COM Announces New High-Power Bipolar Transistors

Tyco Electronics M/A-COM announced a line-up of three new high-power bipolar transistors designed for pulsed avionics and radar applications, ranging from 960 to 1215 MHz. The M/A-COM MAPRST0912-50, MAPRST0912-350 and MAPR-000912-500S00 transistors are ideally suited for pulsed avionics applications such as air traffic control (ATC) systems, distance measurement equipment...
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