Tower, Presto offer SiGe test services News & Analysis 9/27/2011 Post a comment Specialist foundry Tower Semiconductor Ltd, which trades under the name TowerJazz, has announced collaboration with Presto Engineering Inc. to provide engineering services to customers using Tower's silicon-germanium process technology.
LTE sales overtake WiMax, says analyst News & Analysis 9/21/2011 3 comments The market for mobile communications infrastructure is growing strongly, according to market research firm Infonetics Research Inc., which said that LTE infrastructure equipment spending greater than that of WiMax for the first time in 2Q11.
Audio analyzer with new digital audio interface options Product News 9/20/2011 Post a comment Agilent Technologies' enhanced U8903A audio analyzer features new digital audio interface options that expand the instrument’s capabilities with AES3, SPDIF and DSI (digital serial interface) formats for versatile, high-performance analog and digital audio testing.
Aeroflex donates equipment to Lancaster Uni News & Analysis 9/14/2011 Post a comment The Aeroflex Wireless Broadband Laboratory has been opened in the Lancaster University’s School of Computing and Communications at InfoLab21, Lancaster’s world-class centre of excellence for research in information and communication technologies.
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