Evolving at the Speed of Software
By Sherry Hess, VP of Marketing,
AWR Group, NI

Thank you, Dr. Joe Salvo of GE Global Research and the founder and director of the Industrial Internet Consortium for sharing this tagline with me. At NIWeek 2014, Dr. Salvo took the keynote stage to comment on the Industrial Internet in the “systems age,” which has superseded the information age.


MMD March 2014
New Military Microwave Digest


Band Reject Filter Series
Higher frequency band reject (notch) filters are designed to operate over the frequency range of .01 to 28 GHz. These filters are characterized by having the reverse properties of band pass filters and are offered in multiple topologies. Available in compact sizes.
RLC Electronics

SP6T RF Switch
JSW6-33DR+ is a medium power reflective SP6T RF switch, with reflective short on output ports in the off condition. Made using Silicon-on-Insulator process, it has very high IP3, a built-in CMOS driver and negative voltage generator.

Group Delay Equalized Bandpass Filter
Part number 2903 is a group delayed equalized elliptic type bandpass filter that has a typical 1 dB bandwidth of 94 MHz and a typical 60 dB bandwidth of 171 MHz. Insertion loss is <2 dB and group delay variation from 110 to 170 MHz is <3nsec.
KR Electronics

Absorptive Low Pass Filter
Model AF9350 is a UHF, low pass filter that covers the 10 to 500 MHz band and has an average power rating of 400W CW. It incurs a rejection of 45 dB minimum at the 750 to 3000 MHz band, and power rating of 25W CW from 501 to 5000 MHz.

LTE Band 14 Ceramic Duplexer
This high performance LTE ceramic duplexer was designed and built for use in public safety communication and commercial cellular applications. It operates in Band 14 and offers low insertion loss and high isolation to enable clear communications in the LTE network.
Networks International

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According to Bloomberg News, Cobham Plc (COB) agreed to buy Aeroflex Holding Corp. (ARX) for $920 million in cash as the world’s No. 1 manufacturer of warplane-refueling gear makes its biggest-ever acquisition to expand in commercial markets.

Cobham is offering $10.50 a share, and will also take on $540 million of debt, the Wimborne, England-based company said today in a statement. Aeroflex, a manufacturer of radio and microwave products and test equipment with its headquarters in Plainview, New York, closed at $8.31 yesterday.

Buying the U.S. supplier to space, avionics, medical and energy clients spanning Boeing Co. (BA) to Nokia Oyj (NOK1V) will reduce Cobham’s reliance on a shrinking defense market, which will account for 59 percent of group revenue, down from 65 percent. The deal follows the purchases of Axell Wireless Ltd. last May and satellite-equipment supplier Thrane & Thrane A/S in 2012.

“Given the mix of Aeroflex, the acquisition really helps us change the shape of our portfolio so we continue to get more exposure to growing commercial end markets,” Chief Executive Officer Bob Murphy said on a conference call today. “That’s what’s going to help us really deliver sustainable growth.”




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Uncertain Times for DefenseIn Defense of DARPA; Lamenting Bell Labs
By Barry Manz

A federal agency like DARPA is a sitting duck for politicians and assorted other critics. It has come up with some truly bizarre programs over years that ultimately either delivered no tangible results, were canceled before they could cause any damage, or attempted to answer questions that nobody was asking or needed answers to. Read More...

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