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New Waveguide Straights from Pasternack Operate up to 110 GHz

first_imgPasternack has released a new series of straight waveguide sections in sizes ranging from WR-10 to WR-137. This new line of straight waveguide sections consists of 62 models that operate in the frequency range of 5.85 GHz to 110 GHz and in 13 waveguide bands from C to W band. They also deliver VSWR as low as 1.03:1. These waveguide straights are available in section lengths from 3 inches to 12 inches and are made of either painted copper alloy or gold-plated, oxygen-free hard copper (OFHC) and feature UG, CPR and UBR-style flanges.Typical applications of waveguide straights include instrumentation, test benches, high-efficiency RF/Microwave transmission, SATCOM, MILCOM, radar and telecom networks. These straight waveguides are ideally suited for aerospace, defense, industrial, test and instrumentation, telecom and medical industries.Pasternack’s straight waveguide sections are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity. Click here for more information.last_img read more

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Silicon Labs to Acquire Z-Wave Technology for $282 Million

first_imgSilicon Labs has confirmed the acquisition of Sigma Designs and its Z-Wave business and technology for approximately USD 282 million, subject to certain closing conditions. Sharing a common vision of a secure, interoperable connected home, both companies now intend to work together to drive the road map and adoption of Z-Wave technology.Sigma Designs provides solutions for the connected home including Z-Wave, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) technology for smart home solutions. Z-Wave supplies some of the world’s largest ecosystems of smart home IoT products with more than 2,100 certified, interoperable devices available from more than 600 manufacturers. Its addition will expand Silicon Labs’ wireless connectivity portfolio and worldwide customer base for the connected home.The connected home represents one of the largest market opportunities in the IoT space. Today, there is no single dominant wireless technology for home automation, and protocols include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Thread and proprietary. By adding Z-Wave technology to its connectivity portfolio, Silicon Labs’ hopes to be better positioned to serve this fast-growing market. It intends to provide ecosystem providers and developers with a one-stop shop for wireless connectivity solutions for the home.The addition of Z-Wave extends connectivity options for developers and ecosystem providers and delivers alternatives to customers and markets for secure, interoperable IoT devices. Silicon Labs intends to work in collaboration with the Z-Wave Alliance to drive adoption and development of Z-Wave technology.In addition to Z-Wave technology, Sigma Designs also provides solutions for Media Connectivity and Smart TV. It is now also planning to divest or wind down its Smart TV business. In addition, Sigma Designs is in active discussions with prospective buyers to divest its Media Connectivity business. Subsequent to divestiture and restructuring actions, Silicon Labs expects the acquisition of Sigma Designs to be accretive on a non-GAAP basis.In the event that certain closing conditions are not met, the parties have agreed that Sigma Designs would instead sell its Z-Wave business to Silicon Labs for $240 million, contingent upon approval by Sigma Designs’ stockholders. The boards of directors of both companies have approved the transaction. Silicon Labs expects the transaction to close in the first calendar quarter of 2018. Morgan Stanley & Co. is serving as financial advisor to Silicon Labs, and Deutsche Bank is serving as financial advisor to Sigma Designs.last_img read more

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NXP to Develop 77 GHz Automotive Radar Designs for the Chinese Market

first_imgNXP Semiconductors, a key player in the 77 GHz radar solutions market has announced a new strategic collaboration and investment agreement with Hawkeye Technology, a company at the forefront of the Chinese automotive radar sector. Hawkeye will offer its deep 77 GHz expertise, a team of highly qualified engineers and a state-of-the-art lab complex within Southeast University in Nanjing, China. Together, the two companies will create NXP-based reference designs for the Chinese automotive market.China’s automotive radar sensor market is growing at nearly 2 times the global growth rate. Current automotive market analysis projects that by 2020, radar technology will be in 50% of all newly produced cars. These robust appraisals are driven in part by the China New Car Assessment Program (C-NCAP), which mandates the further implementation and innovation of radar in safety-related applications such as blind spot detection, automatic emergency braking, front and rear cross traffic detection and precise environmental mapping.NXP is a pioneer and market leader in RFCMOS-based 77 GHz automotive radar sensors, a key technology in the next phase of the advanced driving assistance roadmap. This leading-edge technology will continue to develop to address the detection and classification of vulnerable road users, full and surround view applications and the ultimate solution; imaging radar, which could in time replace more expensive and bulky technologies. NXP is building on the success of its radar sensor and S32 processing portfolio and its large scale commercial implementations by partnering with top engineering talent in China.The cooperation will address important research areas in automotive radar to help China’s domestic Tier 1 suppliers meet the challenges of this complex, fast-growing technology through complete radar system solutions and reference designs. The partnership aims to help shape the future of radar implementation in China.Southeast University and Hawkeye have established a joint research center focusing on vehicle millimeter-wave radar technologies. At the same time, they have launched long-term research on millimeter wave multi-system radar imaging, new millimeter wave antenna arrays, and new millimeter wave circuit structures. The collaboration will help the Chinese automotive market innovate with system-level solutions and radar reference designs.Click here to see Automotive Radar Chipsets from the leading companies.last_img read more

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Acceleware Develops Patent-Pending 500 KW RF Heating Technology for Heavy Oil Production

first_imgAcceleware, a leader in the development of technologies enabling low-cost and environmentally-friendly extraction of heavy oil and bitumen, today provides an operational and corporate update on the Company’s recent activities, including the successful completion of a 500 kW field test of its prototype Radio Frequency converter designed in collaboration with GE Research. This converter will be utilized in the Company’s commercial-scale test of its patented and patent-pending RF XL Heating technology at a site in the Cold Lake Oil Sands region near the town of Marwayne, Alberta.Commercial-Scale Power Testing Yields Positive ResultsAcceleware continues to de-risk designs for the Project and successfully concluded the full power test of two modules of the RF converter prototype, along with certain RF energy transmission components that will comprise the downhole section of the RF XL system. Each converter prototype module is designed to deliver up to 250 kilowatts of RF power, and in the Company’s commercial-scale prototype, eight modules will be combined to deliver a total of two megawatts.In the lead-up to the full-power field test, Acceleware ran preparatory tests at 250 kW and 400 kW, culminating in a full 500 kW of RF power successfully delivered to the field test antenna system. Acceleware believes the 500 kW test represents an unprecedented level of RF power for any field test of an RF heating system designed for heavy oil production. The full-power test of RF converter modules is anticipated to be the final de-risking test before the converter’s deployment at the Project.This test is significant not only because it sets a new benchmark for the level of power delivered into the ground, but perhaps more so because it has validated that the end-to-end system can operate at full power. By testing two of their modules along with scaled-down RF energy transmission components at full power, Acceleware has dramatically increased the confidence that the complete eight module converter will be able to deliver two MW of power, and that the transmission lines can more than handle that power, all at the desired efficiency.Ongoing Market EngagementAs part of Acceleware’s continued efforts to raise its profile, enhance public and market awareness and build relationships within the oil and gas and clean-tech communities, the Company has held introductory or follow-up meetings with several investment community representatives across research, sales and investment banking over recent weeks. Besides, Acceleware has presented its story to numerous media outlets, including the Danielle Smith Show on AM 770 CHQR radio; the Crownsmen Energy Show; Over a Barrel, a podcast hosted by the Canadian Heavy Oil Association; and in a Global Energy Show webinar on zero greenhouse gas production of heavy oil and oil sands reservoirs. Through the balance of the summer, Acceleware is scheduled to be featured in a podcast hosted by the Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance and anticipates releasing a whitepaper on the zero GHG project in early July.last_img read more

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Ilonggos bag medals in world taekwondo

first_imgJesseray Frantilla clinched golds in kyorugiand mixed pair and bronze in individual poomsae. Quinn Pauline Hormigoso, meanwhile, had twogolds in individual poomsae and mixed poomsae and bronze in kyorugi. Fyll Krystyl Xylyl Oliva spearheaded theRegion 6 delegation with three gold medals in individual poomsae, mixed pairpoomsae and kyorugi events on Saturday. Sophia Tungala delivered golds from individualpoomsae and kyorugi and silver in mixed pair. Ayna Tajanlangit won golds in individualpoomsae and mixed pair and bronze in kyorugi. Flora Navales has three medals — gold in mixed pair, silver in individual poomsae and bronze in kyorugi – in the recent 2019 Shinhan World Peace Taekwondo Festival in South Korea. “We all did a really great job. Now ourmission has been accomplished let’s enjoy the fruit of our labor,” Navalessaid./PNcenter_img LilMayden Torrefiel Niverca had gold inkyorugi and silver in individual poomsae and Alexander Bell had gold in mixedpair and silvers in individual poomsae and kyorugi. MANILA – Iloilo-based taekwondo jins took home30 medals, including 20 golds, in the 2019 Shinhan World Peace TaekwondoFestival at the Shinhan University Uijeongbu-si Gyeonggi-do in Seoul, SouthKorea. Ben Capadosa won gold medals in individualpoomse and kyorugi, same with Ashton Martin Losaria who also had two golds inthe same event. Antonio Miguel Nafarrete bagged golds inindividual poomsae and kyorugi and silver in mixed pair. Head coach Flora Navales had three medals —gold in mixed pair, silver in individual poomsae and bronze in kyorugi.last_img read more

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Sugiyama recovers at Australian Open

first_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Obata and Shinobu Asagoe went out of the doubles after going down 6-0, 6-2 to China’s Li Ting and Sun Tian Tian. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img MELBOURNE, Australia (Kyodo) Japan’s Ai Sugiyama and South African partner Liezel Huber cruised into the third round of the women’s doubles with a comfortable straight-set win over local pair Casey Dellacqua and Nicole Sewell at the Australian Open on Friday.Third-seeded pair Sugiyama and Huber needed just 55 minutes to beat the Australian duo 6-3, 6-2 and set up a meeting in the next round with the winners of the match between 13th-seeded Marion Bartoli and Myriam Casanova and Yulia Beygelzimer and Tatiana Poutchek.last_img

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Takanashi posts 46th World Cup win

first_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 LILLEHAMMER, NORWAY – Sara Takanashi posted her 46th overall win in World Cup ski jumping Saturday as she leapt the day’s longest jump of 98 meters to claim her second straight victory in as many individual women’s events this season.Takanashi led after the first round with a jump of 95.5 meters on a 100-meter hill in Lillehammer, Norway, and kept the pace after the second run, collecting a total of 268.1 points. She is now tied for the second most World Cup wins among male and female ski jumpers combined. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Sara Takanashi center_img Compatriot Yuki Ito had two 95-meter jumps to score 255.4, finishing runner-up at two consecutive meets. Austria’s Jacqueline Seifriedsberger was third at 250.0.“I’m very excited and happy to win (both events) this weekend,” said the 20-year-old Takanashi, who collected as many overall wins as Finland’s legendary Matti Nykanen who won four gold and one silver medals in men’s events the 1980s.“It hasn’t sunk in,” she said of tying Nykanen. “I want to aim to win the World Cup overall title but I’m not really thinking about surpassing the record” for most wins.With 17 events remaining this season, she sits seven short of Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria who has 53 wins in the World Cup men’s circuit.Takanashi won her first World Cup meet in March 2013 when she was 15 years old and has won 46 out of 75 events in which she competed. She missed the podium only nine times.American Sarah Hendrickson, with 13 wins, has the second most victories among women jumpers. KEYWORDSlast_img read more

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Baldwin Joins Bedford On Loan Agreement

first_imgThe scrum-half – who has agreed to join Worcester Warriors ahead of the new campaign – links up with the Goldington Road outfit and is available for selection.last_img

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Arkansas’ balanced attack presents problems for MSU

first_imgMississippi State prepares for Brandon Allen (10) and Arkansas' balanced offense.Mississippi State prepares for Brandon Allen (10) and Arkansas’ balanced offense.STARKVILLE — Arkansas hung 50 points on three of its last four opponents, including 31 against LSU last week.The points don’t concern Mississippi State. It’s how the Razorbacks find the end zone that could lead to problems.“The first thing you think about when you talk about Arkansas is the physical challenge of the running game,” MSU defensive coordinator Manny Diaz said. “That doesn’t lose its point when you watch them on film, but the more you watch them, they’re a tremendously balanced offense.”Arkansas’ rushing and passing offense rank third in the SEC. Alex Collins, the Razorbacks’ running back, is the conference’s third-leading rusher behind Leonard Fournette and Derrick Henry. Both backs ran for more than 150 yards against Mississippi State this season.Quarterback Brandon Allen leads the SEC in yards per attempt at 9.2. It’s also eighth-best in the country.“It takes a lot off of you when you know a team is going to pass or a team is going to run,” MSU senior corner Taveze Calhoun said. “When you don’t know what a team is going to do and you have to support the running game and do your pass coverage, it takes a smart player.”After a 48-13 win to begin the season, Arkansas endured a five-game stretch without scoring more than 24 points. The Razorbacks went 1-4 during that time.Allen threw six touchdowns compared with four interceptions during the low-point in the season. Since that time, he’s thrown 12 touchdowns and two interceptions. Arkansas is 4-0 in those games and averaging 50.2 points per contest.“Without a doubt, I think quarterback play,” Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said regarding his team’s recent offensive spark. “(Allen) has really taken his game, which I think was very good, to another level. It’s because of the people around him.”Collins and wide receiver Dominique Reed have combined to produce four plays of 50 or more yards the last three games.Mississippi State allowed four plays of at least 60 yards last week against Alabama.“All bad plays can be first downs but they can’t be touchdowns,” Diaz said. “You keep first downs from becoming touchdowns if you just tackle them.”Arkansas’ balance requires Mississippi State to be disciplined. It won’t matter how fast a player runs 40 yards or how many reps they can perform on the bench press.The defensive line can’t jump off the snap looking for a sack every play. Corners can’t bite on every play fake. That preparation happens well before the first snap Saturday.“That’s when film study and all that comes in,” Calhoun said. “Athletic ability is thrown out the window because, your eyes are not athletic at all. You really have to study the film to have a good game against these types of teams.”Contact Michael Bonner mbonner@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.last_img read more

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Four Ealing players in regional academy

first_imgFour Ealing players have been selected for the England Handball Association’s Under-16 regional academy.Goalkeeper Bhargav Bogadala (number one in above picture), left-back Oliver Bray (number two), right-back Anthony Wodzicki (11) and playmaker Matt Lacour (14) have been chosen.They impressed during two weekends of trials and County Championships, attended by more than 100 hopefuls and watched by England Under-16 coach Mark Hawkins.AdChoices广告Another Ealing Handball player, Ajay Sahota (number three), is on the reserves list.Bray was in the England Under-16 programme last season and played in his first England matches last summer, while the other three join the regional academy for the first time and could now be called up for the Under-16 side.“This is a huge achievement for these players and they should be very proud,” said Ealing head coach Paul Bray“Their selection is thoroughly deserved and recognition for all their hard work and dedication.”The 20 players in the EHA regional academy squad will train once a month in London and play matches against other regional academy teams in the midlands and north, as well as friendly matches against visiting teams, including Czech junior champions Karvina in May.In the summer the squad will travel to one of the major European junior tournaments in either Sweden or Hungary.Ealing Handball has been in existence for less than two years, so the selection of four players and one reserve is a great success for the club and its coaches Paul Bray and JC Lacour.“This reflects well on all the players at the club,” Bray added.“Ultimately it is through their collective efforts that the standard of play at the club has improved, and that the four selected players have been able to thrive.”Oliver Bray and Wodzicki also benefit from playing with Ruislip Eagles II senior team in the Southern League, where they have received additional support and training.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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