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    Nikon Metrology - part of the Nikon group - offers an innovative metrology product portfolio, including optical inspection and mechanical 3D metrology solutions complemented with state-of-the-art...
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    RPG manufactures state-of-the-art microwave components and systems operating at cm- mm- and sub-mm frequencies (1.4 GHz to 2 THz) for scientific, commercial and military applications. RPGs product...
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    FLIR was founded in 1978, originally providing infrared imaging systems that were installed on vehicles for use in conducting energy audits. We later expanded our focus to other applications and...
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    Teledyne e2v innovations lead developments in communications, automation, discovery, healthcare and the environment. Our People Always work to deliver excellence and value to our customers through...
  • News - 25 Jan 2011
    Rohde & Schwarz has introduced two new power sensors called the NRP Z86 and the NRP Z85 that can calculate power from 50 MHz to 40 GHz. The sensors can be linked to a computer through a USB...
  • News - 9 Dec 2010
    Lockheed Martin declared the joining of Brad Hicks to their Mission Systems and Sensors (MS2) trade.  Washington-oriented, MS2 is a segment of the Electronic Systems market area with 16,000...
  • News - 20 Oct 2010
    BittWare proclaimed the launch of its S4-3U-VPX (S43X) board at the Africa Aerospace & Defence (AAD) symposium, 2010. The S43X is a robust COTS 3U VPX unit which employs intense-density,...
  • News - 8 Oct 2010
    ITT Corporation, an advanced manufacturing and engineering firm, declared the successful accomplishment of factory validation trials for their improved coastal surveillance radar technology for...
  • News - 6 Aug 2010
    The EADS Airbus Military has awarded a $2million Contract to Telephonics Corporation’s Radar System Division, belonging to the Griffon Corporation for providing APS-143C (V) 3 Maritime...
  • News - 31 Jul 2010
    A 15-member group of researchers, including radar engineers and scientists belonging to the Georgia Institute of Technology have written a 960 page book named “Principles of Modern Radar”:...