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Empower RF Systems patent approval - “Combiner for an RF Power Amplifier"

United States Patent 9,093,731 B2, recently awarded to Empower RF Systems, validates the uniqueness of the hardware architecture in use on Empower’s high power, next generation amplifiers. The embodiments of this patent protection are related to the design, associated materials, and integration of the high power combiner that is integral to delivering multi-kW broadband power (CW) and narrow band pulse in an air cooled, 5U chassis (and other combinations of power and chassis sizes utilizing this architecture).


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Molex experts showcase products that meet the next wave of advanced technology requirements

Molex Inc. will showcase its deep technical expertise and extensive product portfolio at DesignCon 2014, January 29 – 30, Santa Clara, CA, booth 117.  Company experts will conduct technical paper presentations and product demonstrations to illustrate how Molex solutions meet the demand for increased network bandwidth and advanced technology. The company will also have on display a vast representation of its products that support a wide-range of data rates in a variety of connector sizes and shapes.


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RFMD surpasses shipment milestone with breakthrough CMOS PAs

RFMD, a global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance radio frequency solutions, announced it has shipped more than one million RF7196D high-power, high-efficiency CMOS power amplifiers (PAs). The ultra-low cost RF7196D is RFMD's newest and most innovative CMOS PA, delivering a revolutionary combination of cost, size and performance. It is in mass production in support of multiple high-volume 2G and 3G handset platforms, and shipments are expected to increase rapidly, reaching approximately 10 million units by the end of the September quarter.


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SK Telecom and Rohde & Schwarz join hands to develop next-generation antenna technologies

SK Telecom and Rohde & Schwarz plan to build a test bed for active antenna systems (AAS), a smart antenna system developed as part of SK Telecom’s strategy to promote a concept known as SUPER Cell. The aim is to create a stable mobile environment that allows customers to experience faster speeds by enhancing traffic management efficiency through smart antenna systems.


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