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Company Profile: Rosenberger

Company History 1958: The company was initially founded by Hans Rosenberger Senior in a locksmith shop that today forms the custom machining center. 1967: When Mr. Rosenberger bought some turning machines from a bankrupt company he was asked to handle an outstanding order for this company, giving Rosenberger access...
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Maury Releases Cascaded Harmonic Tuning in ATS V5.00

Maury Microwave recently announced the release of the latest update to the company's celebrated Automated Tuner System software, ATS version 5.00. This new release continues the development of the now-classic ATS power, noise and S-parameter suite, and offers the easiest-to-use, most advanced device characterization platform in the test and...
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Microwave News: July 7-11, 2008

Last week’s microwave news included a healthy number of contract and agreement type announcements, but was pretty light with new product releases. Here are some of the announcements: Micronetics Inc. announced that its New Jersey-based subsidiary, Microwave Concepts , has received $4 M of advanced funding from a major...
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A Test and Measurement Retrospective — 75 Years of Rohde & Schwarz

This is the story of how a two-man laboratory grew into a global group of companies
This is the story of how a two-man laboratory grew into a global group of companies, how international success was achieved and how it is all connected to the history of microwaves. Even before starting their company, Dr. Lothar Rohde and Dr. Hermann Schwarz jointly developed their first measurement...
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Smiths Goes Down Under to Acquire Triasx

Smiths Group , the global technology company, has acquired Triasx Pty Ltd. , a wireless communications components manufacturer based in Brisbane, Australia. With a total of approximately 160 employees located in Brisbane and Suzhou, China Triasx posted estimated sales of £12.5 M for the 12-month period that ended on...
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New Kits, Customers, Contracts and Compadres

The news for the first week of July was relatively slow compared to all the happenings announced during the week of IMS. Among the press releases, news from EDA vendors AWR and Agilent, test equipment manufacturer Cascade and defense sub-contractors Comtech, Trak, Saab and Sensis stood out. The following...
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