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IBM, Hittite ink millimeter-wave deal

7/20/2010 02:26 PM EDT
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Bob Lacovara
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re: IBM, Hittite ink millimeter-wave deal
Bob Lacovara   7/22/2010 5:33:57 PM
Millimeter wave technology seems to be moving forward on various fronts. At my company, we do work on a number of nondestructive evaluation techniques, and millimeter wave imaging has been getting more and more attention here. One stumbling block has been the few suppliers of millimeter wave sources. This application is probably not high on the Hitite/IBM list, but increasing attention in this area will probably drive availability of millimeter wave sources of all sorts.

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