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Royally Honored Prof. J. David Rhodes to Speak at IMS 2011

Professor J. David Rhodes, CBS, FRS, FR Engineering Emeritus Professor at the University of Leeds, will be the plenary session speaker on Monday, June 6 at the IEEE MTT-S 2011 International Microwave Symposium (IMS). Since founding Filtronic more than 30 years ago, Rhodes has received the OBE (the Officer...
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API Technologies to Acquire Spectrum Control

API Technologies Corp. , a provider of secure communications, electronic components and subsystems, and contract manufacturing services to the global defense and aerospace industries, and Spectrum Control Inc. , a designer and manufacturer of high performance, custom solutions for the defense, aerospace, industrial, and medical industries headquartered in Fairview,...
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Murata Appoints New CEO

Murata Electronics North America announced the appointment of David M. Kirk as President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Director of MENA effective April 1, 2011. Kirk brings to the new role more than 27 years of engineering, marketing and management experience in the electronics industry. Before joining Murata...
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e2v Opens Microwave Technology Center

e2v has opened its microwave technology center in Sadler Road, Lincoln, UK. The facility employs approximately 60 people, the majority of whom are specialist engineers and scientists, who will be responsible for designing and developing technology solutions, components and sub-systems based on microwave frequency technologies. The company has had...
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HUBER+SUHNER and SPINNER Form T&M Partnership

In order to provide radio frequency test and measurement technology from a single source, HUBER+SUHNER and SPINNER have agreed to provide each other with parts of their measurement technology product range from 1 March 2011. HUBER+SUHNER will add SPINNER calibration components to its product range, and, in return, SPINNER...
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A.T. Wall Announces Expanded Cutting Capabilities

High precision automatic circular saw ideal for lighter materials and extruded forms
A.T. Wall has expanded its cutting capabilities by adding a Bimax TA91 automatic circular sawing machine to its already diverse group of cutting equipment. The new saw, manufactured by Swiss-based Kurt Müller AG, is capable of cutting a wide range of alloys in a variety of shapes and sizes....
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