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VOLUME -26 NUMBER 5
Publication Date: 05/1/2011
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Giving UAVs High Power, Wide Bandwidth


In the late 1950s, the U.S. Air Force began planning critical missions for reconnaissance without putting military personnel in the line of fire. That marked the beginning of the era of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Today, the Air Force has a fleet of 250 UAVs, with USAF Chief of ...
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IPC Back to Schaumburg, ATE to McCormick


Chicago, IL — In a move that is sure to cause confusion, disharmony, cancellations, and undue cost overruns, Canon Communications has decided to move its multi-headed Midwest extravaganza from Rosemont's Stephens Convention Center to Chicago's McCormick Place for the September 2011 event. This ...Read More
NIST: Smart Grid Standard Gets Closer

Gaithersburg, MD — Is a "smart" electric grid finally going to become a reality? It's beginning to look that way, since the governing board of the public-private Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) has voted in favor of a new standard and a set of guidelines — standards that have been much needed and ...Read More


 
 
Internet of Things: a promising future for sensors| Yole Développement & Fraunhofer EMFT seminar - Munich, July 3&4
LYON, FRANCE - The MEMS & sensor offering has never been so diverse. Inertial, pressure, temperature, (bio-)chemical and gas sensors as well as microphones, fingerprint and iris recognition. All devices are part of the IoT revolution.

Indium Corporation Names Nash as Product Manager – PCB Solder Paste
CLINTON, NY - Indium Corporation has named Chris Nash as Product Manager for PCB Assembly Materials.

Nash is responsible for managing new solder paste product development, including strategy guidance and execution, directed to sales to the printed circuit board industry.
 

 
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