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 Microwave Data Systems (MDS), a division of Adaptive Broadband Corporation
MDS is one of the world's leading suppliers of both transparent and intelligent (IP/Ethernet) point-to-multipoint radios for industrial data telemetry/data networking applications and low/medium density point-to-point trunking radios for voice and data applications.
Microwave Data Systems Inc.(MDS) provides global wireless solutions from the first meter to the last mile.
MDS wireless systems are used in Oil and Gas Production, Refining, and Distribution applications, Electric Distribution and Automation, Traffic and Water/Wastewater - Monitoring and Control, Railroad, Lottery and Industrial Automation applications around the world.
www.rfglobalnet.com /storefronts/micd.html

This project will develop a remote temperature sensing instrument using microwaves, which are not affected by particulates that disable infrared and optical sensors.
Austin, TX Remote temperature measurement in industrial heating applications is usually accomplished through the use of optical or infrared sensors.
Microwave Radiometer for Remote Temperature Measurement in Hostile Industrial Environments
www.science.doe.gov /sbir/awards_abstracts/sbirsttr/cycle22/phase1/253.htm

 tunable (filters laser lasers microwave power rf tunable )
Included are microwave or waveguide adapters, antennas, attenuators, bends, detectors, diplexers, directional couplers, variable directional couplers, frequency meters, loads, terminations, phase shifters, power dividers, pressurizing components, standing wave detectors, slotted lines, straight sections, switches, transitions, tuners,.
Develops and sells tunable mid-infrared lasers and laser systems for molecular spectroscopy applications.
Designs and manufactures RF and microwave signal processing components and systems.
www.electronics-x.com /electronics/tunable.html

 Microwave Data Systems - The best systems products, sites and information on the web today!
Systems offers a complete range of microwave products which provide solutions for applications such as video and audio transmission as well as products that allow for data...
microwave systems have capacity from a basic T-1 circuit up to OC3 levels and are widely used for various voice and data applications.
Microwave Data Systems, Inc. is a company that makes wireless communications equipment primarily for the utility...
systems.betterwebdir.com /index.php?k=microwave-data-systems

 Dan-El Technologies Ltd. - Test & Measurement, ATE systems, Components, Microwave, Electric, Data, Analyze, Software, Industrial Computers, Portwell, Keithley
The majority of those Systems are used in ATE applications as well as in laboratory or industrial environments.
In aerospace industry the Heim systems are used in flight test and operational load monitoring applications.
The flexibility and modularity of the systems based on integrated signal conditioning and data storage made the DATaRec® A- and D-series the leading edge in data acquisition.
www.danel.co.il /de-about-tm.htm

 GovernmentJobs.com - Class Specification Bulletin
Incumbents in the systems analysis discipline are typically responsible for analysis, documentation, design and implementation of large applications or several small applications.
This class is distinguished from the Data Base Administrator level in that the latter has enterprise wide responsibilities for all County data bases and supervisory responsibility for other staff.
Incumbents in the systems programming discipline are typically responsible for a large part of systems software for enterprise servers such as OS/390 and related program products; typical large parts are the operating system or a processing monitor.
www.governmentjobs.com /print_spec_bulletin.cfm?ClassSpecID=6124

 Data Communication Systems, Radio Frequency (RF), Spread Spectrum - Worldwide
Turn-key radio remote control, wired control, teleoperated, video, and digital communication systems are available for mining, rail, aggregate, agricultural, forestry, military, and construction applications.
Established in 1986, OMNEX Control Systems Inc. is dedicated to the design, manufacture, and application of state-of-the-art Trusted Wireless products - robust radios used for control of mobile machines and wireless sensor connections in plant and municipal applications.
Microwave Data Systems Inc., Rochester, New York (NY), USA
www.kellysearch.com /qz-product-125395.html

 REMEC Home Page
REMEC develops and manufactures telecommunications infrastructure products for voice, video and data transfer over wireless networks and sophisticated microwave electronic subsystems for defense radar, communications and electronic warfare applications.
With skills and technologies in a variety of markets for commercial and defense applications and the ability to integrate our skills throughout our business, REMEC has a strong foundation and a unique competitive edge.
Our equipment is designed to improve the capacity, quality, and reliability of wireless voice and data transfer systems, including those supporting cellular calling, high-speed wireless internet access and other communications.

Microwave technology has been used extensively by the broadcast and cable television industries, as well as in other telecommunications applications, since the early 1950s.
Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation with frequencies ranging from several hundred MHz to several hundred GHz and wavelengths ranging from approximately 1 to 20 centimeters.
Microwave also introduced the possibility for CATV operators to select which broadcast signals they would carry, sometimes allowing them to bypass closer signals in order to provide their customers with more desirable programming--perhaps from well-funded stations in large cities.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/M/htmlM/microwave/microwave.htm   (601 words)

 Define microwave - a definition from Whatis.com
Microwave signals propagate in straight lines and are affected very little by the troposphere.
The microwave band is well suited for wireless transmission of signals having large bandwidth.
Microwave beams do not readily diffract around barriers such as hills, mountains, and large human-made structures.
searchnetworking.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid7_gci213554,00.html   (264 words)

 Microwave : Manufacturers: Microwave
Broadcast microwave services - Designs and manufactures a comprehensive line of microwave communications equipment for television broadcast, video, telemetry, and electronic surveillance applications.
WaveSources - RF and microwave oscillators and synthesizers to 10 Ghz
Massachusetts Microwave Corporation - Provider of point-to-point microwave radio system sales, service, and integration, employing refurbished name brand digital (DS1/E1, DS3/E3) and analog video radios.
www.dxzone.com /catalog/Manufacturers/Microwave   (609 words)

 Technorati Tag: microwave
Automatic RF Techniques Group (ARFTG) RF and Microwave Measurements for Wireless Applications.
Microwave: Sears Official Site Microwaves, blenders, mixers, compactors, disposals, and other small kitchen appliances by GE, Sharp, Amana, Kitchen Aid, Kenmore and others at Sears.com.
Microwave at Amazon.com $25 off Kitchen and Housewares or Bed and Bath orders today (restrictions apply).
technorati.com /tag/microwave   (466 words)

 M-pulse Microwave Bipolar Transistor and Diode Supplier
The MIS Capacitor line at M-Pulse Microwave consists of standard, binary, or beam leaded chips for RF and microwave applications.
M-Pulse Microwave's MP-3000 noise diode series provides state of the art white noise sources for spectrum analyzers, and noise generators.
M-Pulse Microwave produces SRD chips and packaged types for high frequency multipliers, sampling phase detectors, and comb generators.
www.mpulsemw.com   (531 words)

 Microwave Radiometer Calibration Workshop
As the first International Microwave Radiometer Calibration Workshop, the workshops are designed to consider the calibration challenges of new types of radiometers, to examine current calibration methodologies, and to discuss proposed solutions to the challenges presented by future applications and missions.
The organizing committee of the Second International Microwave Radiometer Calibration Workshop (Cal 2002) and the Meeting of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites - Calibration and Validation Subgroup on Microwave Sensors (CEOS WGCV Microwave Sensors) cordially invite you to Barcelona October 9, 10 and 11th to participate in discussions on microwave radiometer calibration and design..
www.ope-uex.com /ucal02_ceos/welcome.htm   (531 words)

 Plasma Source as atom source, ion source and atom/ion hybrid source (microwave plasma source)
The plasma is further enhanced by the ECR action of a quadrupole magnetic field producing an extensive surface in the plasma on which electron cyclotron resonance at the given microwave frequency takes place.
Integration of the robust microwave generator and the ion source, mean that no tuning of the source is required and there is no waveguide to construct or install.
The tectra Plasma Source* is a multi-purpose source which can easily be user configured to produce either atoms or ions and finds uses in a wide range of HV and UHV applications.
www.tectra.de /plasma-source.htm   (531 words)

 Communicating Via the Microwave Auditory Effect
The study found that voice communications, via the microwave auditory effect, are highly feasible.
In Phase I of this SBIR, we propose to investigate the range of potential applications for this radically different form of voice communication and recommend hardware and systems concepts suitable for laboratory and brassboard demonstrations to be built under Phase II.
The purpose of the program proposed here is to extend the results of a recent feasibility study, performed for the Armstrong Laboratory/OEDR.
www.raven1.net /v2s-kohn.htm   (189 words)

 Magnets for Microwave and Laser Applications - Dexter Magnetic Technologies
Microwave is the name given to radiated energy with wavelengths of 0.03 - 3 mm.
Devices with garnet (microwave ferrite) components in them employ magnets to develop a static bias field in these components.
These devices function based on the principle of gyromagnetic resonance, and the atomic dipole moments precess at a frequency proportional to the magnitude of the static field within the microwave ferrite.
www.dextermag.com /Page41.aspx   (189 words)

 Letters to the Editor: Spreading out Scripps' labs poses computer-link problems
Moreover, both microwave and laser links are limited in the bandwidth they can provide, which can pose a bottleneck to many computer applications, such as telemedicine.
Laser or microwave links, while not being subject to these encumbrances, require Federal Aviation Administration approval, as well as that of the police and, potentially, the military, because of the frequencies used.
Finally, both microwave and laser links are subject to signal loss, interruption or degradation during periods of heavy rain — a phenomenon common in South Florida — and fiber-optic cables are notorious for getting cut accidentally by backhoes or other construction equipment.
www.palmbeachpost.com /opinion/content/opinion/epaper/2004/11/04/a19a_letters_1104.html   (189 words)

 Product Information
Radiometrics microwave radiometers provide continuous atmospheric remote sensing capability in all weather conditions (how they work).
Single frequency 2 to 183 GHz polarimetric radiometers (PR-series) for reliable and accurate microwave remote sensing.
Applications include corrections for high accuracy GPS surveying, atmospheric radiation monitoring, meteorological research, refractivity profiling, and satellite link quality observation and forecasting.
www.radiometrics.com /products.htm   (189 words)

 WardsAuto.com - PR Newswire Industry News
In addition, future applications for AtmoPlas technology may include using microwave energy to treat vehicle-exhaust gasses, generate hydrogen, and create carbon nanostructures for use in the electronics and medical fields.
By absorbing and focusing the microwaves, the plasma significantly reduces the possibility of arching while evenly distributing the heat, reducing the potential of thermal shock to metal components.
Microwave-absorbing plasma utilizes 95 percent of the energy in microwaves to rapidly and reliably join metal parts through brazing, welding, bonding, and soldering.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=wardsauto.story&STORY=/www/story/06-13-2005/0003868193&EDATE=MON+Jun+13+2005,+11:08+AM   (189 words)

 Seki Technotron USA: Bibliography of Publications on Microwave Plasma Applications
Microwave plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (MW-PECVD) is considered as one of the most successful growth techniques in recent diamond and crystalline carbon nitride investigations.
Results of harmonically modulated microwave reflection experiments are combined with Capacitance-Voltage measurements on Metal-Insulator-Silicon structures (CV-MIS), accelerated degradation tests and with Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) and Elastic Recoil Detection (ERD) measurements of hydrogen and deuterium concentrations in the passivating layers.
Effect of plasma excitation potential and polarity, especially negative polarity, on the formation of a proper SBT phase at 700°C and in modifying crystallite orientation and microstructure of SBT films over (1 1 1) oriented Pt film coated over \hbox_/\hbox_/\hbox substrates has been demonstrated.
www.sekicvdsolutions.com /bibliography.html   (189 words)

Seki has assembled a world-class group of scientists and engineers, expert in microwave plasma technology, who are supported by experienced production, applications, and customer service teams.
Developing standard recipes to be given with the microwave plasma CVD equipment for the growth of nanocrystalline diamond and CNT.
Development of our microwave plasma CVD equipments to suit to the customer oriented problems.
www.sekitech.biz /product/DiamondCVD/MicroCVD/res-dev   (189 words)

 Infrared Laser Wireless Microwave cctv data systems
Our infrared laser based solutions provide last mile and inter-building connections and deliver high performance and cost-effective alternatives to existing wireless, radio, microwave leased-line and fibre optic cable.
ITA SYSTEMS is a leading provider of Infrared laser wireless microwave cctv data systems and Free Space Optical Wireless Broadband communications Systems.
The ISP can service a wide area of cutomers with ethernet and VOIP circuits These systems are extremely easy to install and commission and represent value for money in Licenced Microwave s ystems currently available on the market.
www.ita-systems.com   (189 words)

 Center for Microwave and Lightwave Engineering (CMLE) Homepage
Microwaves and photonics are among the fastest growing disciplines in engineering.
These include several optical breadboards and components, laser diode controllers, optical and microwave spectrum analyzers, and other advanced test equipment.
Efforts include the development of mode-locked microchip lasers for combined generation and modulation of optical and millimeter wave carriers for transmission over optical fiber, and integration of these devices into real-world applications like networked wearable computers, local area wireless networks, and telemedicine.
www.ece.drexel.edu /CMLE   (189 words)

 Publications of the Working Group on Remote sensing and meso scale modelling
Czekala, H., C. Simmer, 1998: Microwave radiative transfer effects by nonspherical hydrometeors, Conference on Light Scattering by Nonspherical Particles: Theory, Measurements, and Applications, edited by M. Mishchenko, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, New York, September 29 - October 1, 1998.
Simmer, C., 1999: Contributions of microwave remote sensing from satellites to studies on the Earth energy budget and the hydrological cycle.
Czekala, H., A. Thiele, A.Hornborstel, A. Schroth, C. Simmer, 1999: Polarized microwave microwave radiation from nonspherical cloud and precipitation particles, Workshop on Remote Sensing of Clouds: Retrieval and Validation, 21.-22.
www.meteo.uni-bonn.de /forschung/gruppen/femmag/publications.html   (189 words)

The applications for RF and microwave devices and circuits are growing at a high rate.
Commercial microwave CAD software will be used in some of the laboratory sessions of the course, some homeworks, and the design projects, to reinforce, complement, and expand on material covered in lectures.
Passive and active RF and microwave components and circuits for wireless communications: transmission-line theory; planar transmission-lines and waveguides; S-parameters; resonators; power dividers and couplers; microwave filters; sources, detectors, and active devices; modern RF and microwave CAD; measurement techniques.
tdl.ece.vt.edu /riad/ECE4104   (189 words)

 Microwave Cooking. Microwave cooking recipes and links to other microwave related information.
Microwave Weapons - High-power microwave (HPM) sources have been under investigation for several years as potential weapons for a variety of combat, sabotage, and terrorist applications.
Microwave Massacre - Microwave Massacre - a genial black comedy - was made with a small budget but lots of heart.
Microwave Transmission - The History of Microwave Power Transmission, and all the influencial scientists responsible for progressing this brand of expertise.
www.microwavecooking.com   (189 words)

 Microwave Rules of Thumb - Microwave Encyclopedia - Microwaves101.com
Microwave rules of thumb have been handed down to new-hires by microwave old farts for the last century.
Compare this to a lossless power divider, which transfers power at (1/N), and you see that resistive dividers are extremely inefficient (and get worse and worse the more arms you add), but for some applications, they offer a cheap, wide-band solution.
What we mean by a microwave rule-of-thumb could be an inexact but notable relationship of one or more design parameters with performance, or it could just be an easy way to remember something that other lesser people often mix up.
www.microwaves101.com /encyclopedia/rulesofthumb.cfm   (189 words)

 Microwave Packaging Applications, Plastic Tray, Polystyrene Products
microwave packaging applications plastic tray polystyrene products polypropylene tray alloy resins ready-meal dishes microwave cooking plastic packaging polyethylene trays recyclable plastics recyclable packaging engineering thermoplastics plastic resin microwaveable food trays plastic food trays freezer trays
Food trays made with NORYL PKN resin are rigid enough to handle ready-meal dishes without flexing and allows the consumer to directly take the meal from the freezer to the microwave.
The heat resistance of this resin allows LINPAC to keep the outside of the package cool, thereby reducing burn potential, while keeping the food hot, allowing the consumer to fully enjoy the warm meal.
www.jobwerx.com /news/GE_plastic_resin_news-id_946723.html   (189 words)

 Infrared Laser Wireless Microwave CCTV Data systems
ITA-Systems offers a complete range of microwave products which provide solutions for applications such as video and audio transmission as well as products that allow for data connectivity between remote sites.
Regardless of your data connectivity requirements, ITA-SYSTEMS will be able to produce a cutting edge solution that will satisfy your needs.
www.ita-systems.com /html/products   (189 words)

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