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Exalt Announces 5 GHz Microwave Radio

Exalt Communications , an innovator in next-generation wireless backhaul, introduced EX-r GigE series of microwave radios delivering a high-capacity Gigabit Ethernet microwave, covering all three 5 GHz bands in a single carrier-class system. With the introduction of the EX-r GigE series, wireless operators, enterprises and broadcasters now have a...
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Elcom Receives Orders for Fast Switching Synthesizers

Elcom Technologies Inc. announced receipt of orders totaling $2.8 M from two major US military contractors for Elcom’s Ultra Fast Switching series of direct analog synthesizers. The application demands exceptionally fast switching speeds and low phase noise, technologies where Elcom is an industry leader. Elcom CEO, Jim Davis, commented,...
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Altitude Selects DragonWave to Support WiMAX Growth

DragonWave Inc. , a global supplier of next-generation point-to-point microwave radio systems, announced that Altitude Infrastructure , a subsidiary of Altitude Group, has selected DragonWave products to provide high capacity Ethernet backhaul as part of its rollout of WiMAX broadband services across France. Altitude has pioneered WiMAX service introduction...
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HSUPA Test Services Now Coming to Americas

7 layers upgraded its Irvine test and service center with High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) test capabilities from Rohde & Schwarz . 7 layers operates independent laboratories for wireless technologies, accredited in accordance to ISO 17025. By adding these new services to their already extensive test capabilities for...
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Expert Advice Responses Page (September)

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2008 | Last Update 9.16.08 Here are your replies to the September Expert Advice column You heard the buzz about GaN and looked at suppliers, got an evaluation board on the bench and saw great results. As always your schedule is tight so you have...
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Nuvotronics Introduces Microfabrication Process to Commercial Customers

Nuvotronics announced that its PolyStrata™ Microfabrication process is now available for use in commercial markets including RF electronics, medical and biomedical, and sensing. This process, originally developed under DARPA grant funding, has never before been released for commercial availability. The PolyStrata Microfabrication Technology provides a way of producing very...
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