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GE Energy Announces Digital Cellular Metering Technology for Utilites

ATLANTA, GA - September 24, 2007 :- GE Energy announced the availability of its proven polyphase metering platform equipped with digital cellular technology to help utilities meet the ruling from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that wireless carriers will no longer be required to support the analog network (AMPS). Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solutions with digital cellular...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

Siemens HC25 HSDPA Module Earns AT&T Certification

December 19, 2007 ATLANTA - Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. announced today that the HC25 HSDPA module for voice and data transmission, from its Wireless Modules group, is now certified by AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T). This certification will enable manufacturers who use the Siemens HC25 HSDPA module in M2M and mobile computing applications to certify and deploy their products on AT&T's 3G...

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Delivering Broadband from the Base to the Battlefield

Tellabs® 7100 Optical Transport System Granted Technology Integration Center Certification ASHBURN, Va., Dec. 11 - The Tellabs® 7100 Optical Transport System (OTS) received certification from the United States Information Systems Engineering Command's (ISEC) Technology Integration Center (TIC). Now the United States Army can provide mission-critical transport to modernize base infrastructure,...

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Ontario & Trumansburg Telephone Makes Sound Investment in Tellabs

Users gain speed of fiber access at the cost of copper NAPERVILLE, Ill., Nov. 19 -- Consumers and businesses need speedy Internet and video services. To meet the demand, service providers face constant pressure to invest in their networks. But technology is changing so rapidly that providers cannot keep up. Now is the time for an infrastructure investment that offers a surefire return. Smart...

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Whitepaper: 7 Trends for IoT in Hospitality
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Whitepaper: 7 Trends for IoT in Hospitality

The Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a defining characteristic in the daily landscape of human experience. Billions of smart devices are already connected to this vast system through smart homes, medical devices, and much more; the trend is predicted to continue its exponential growth into the hundred billions within the next few years. This white paper illuminates how the future of IoT will completely revolutionize the way the hospitality industry in particular will function with this new technology. Due to the ability to reduce energy costs, reduce staff labor, and create completely individualized and engaging guest experiences, the hospitality industry is in a unique position to capitalize on IoT. Using real life case studies, the report outlines seven ideas for how the IoT can be used to reduce energy consumption, increase guest satisfaction, improve maintenance, and more.

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Communication Systems & Equipment

ARINC Steps Up Its Commitment to Support Aviation in the Middle East

Annapolis, Maryland, USA, November 12, 2007-Following major contract wins at three of the largest airport construction projects in the Middle East, ARINC Incorporated this week announced it will accelerate its planned investment in the region by building out an extensive network of VHF air-ground stations over the coming months. ARINC previously installed two new VHF stations at Bahrain and...

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IRIDIUM

Remote Imaging System Is among Hundreds of Military and Law Enforcement Applications to Rely on Iridium Satellite Short-Burst Data Device BETHESDA, Md. - October 29, 2007 - Iridium® Satellite is pleased to announce its role in providing global monitoring and transmission capabilities to Harris Corporation's Falcon Watch RF-5408-RI Remote Imager, part of the Falcon Watch Remote Intrusion...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

Multi-Channel CDR handles high-speed SONET applications.

Supporting OC-3/OC-12 data transmissions speeds, Model XRT91L34 quad-channel clock and data recovery (CDR) circuit accepts high speed NRZ serial data from LVDS or LVPECL receiver and generates clock signal with same frequency as incoming data. Unit integrates Phase Lock Loop (PLL) technology, and features 4 channels that share single 77.76 or 19.44 MHz reference clock. Available in 128-pin LQFP...

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Single Transmitters feature

Powered by 3.3 V, ISL329xE Series RS-485/RS-422 Transmitters are available in 250 Kbps, 500 Kbps, and 20 Mbps models. All devices feature Tx enable pin that places IC in low power shutdown mode to minimize power consumption whenever transmitter is disabled. In addition to SOT23 package options, transmitters are available in 8-lead TDFN packaging with level translators on enable and data input...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

USAF Validates Edgewater's Extended 1553 Data Bus Technology

Flight Certified E1553-enabled equipment successfully flown in USAF F-16 OTTAWA, July 24, 2007 - Edgewater Computer Systems Inc., (ECSI) provider of advanced computer and communications technology products and embedded computing applications, successfully completed a flight test of its Extended 1553(TM) (E1553(TM)) data bus technology in a U.S. Air Force F-16 at the Air National Guard (ANG) Air...

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