Smiths Microwave has announced that advanced surface mount technology has led TRAK to deliver the first-ever circulator that can be used in the automated assembly of phased array radar assemblies. TRAK will be showcasing this circulator and a number of other microwave component and assembly innovations at EDI-Con 2016 from 20-22 September.They will also be showcasing several integrated microwave assemblies recently designed and manufactured. The first is a Block Upconverter (BUC) that provides 13.75 to 14.5 GHz coverage for civilian and military aviation SATCOM applications. Model MFC147 features a GaN solid state power amplifier (SSPA) with low noise (-140 dBc/Hz typical) and low spectral regrowth. Another Ku-band development is a dual band Block Downconverter covering the band segments of 10.7-11.7 GHz and 11.7-12.75 GHz. Model MFC146 offers impressive specs with overall gain of 18-22 dB, noise figure under 13.5 dB (<9 dB typical), and better than -95 dBc/Hz phase noise performance. It’s ideal for VSAT applications such as in-flight entertainment systems and UAV communications. Their ferrite technology expertise has also led to a new Ka-Band Latching Circulator-Isolator offering aerospace system designers 1 µs switching speed and very low insertion loss of 0.2 dB.From TRAK's Time and Frequency engineering team comes the Model 8461 Stratum 1 Network Time Server, offering time synchronization of <1 µs of time reference. This NTP server supports NTP v2, v3, v4 and SNTP clients.
Led by Nicolei Galvan, Sophie Cagalawan and Katherine Shaine Cortez, the Bacolod Tay Tung A cruised to victories on Friday over the WVRAA Meet-bound Negros elementary girls volleyball squad and Talisay B. Murcia also won their first two matches against the FMT and Talisay B, while Don Bosco-Dumaguete won their first match against University of St. La Salle before bowing to Talisay A. Nicolei Galvan leads the Bacolod Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts’ A team to beat Negros elementary girls volleyball squad and Talisay B. in the U-15 of Negros Federation of Volleyball Enthusiasts, Inc. age-group girls volleyball tournament. BACOLOD City – Bacolod Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts’ A and B and Murcia team surged to 2-0 starts in the U-15 of Negros Federation of Volleyball Enthusiasts, Inc. (NEFVEI) age-group girls volleyball at the Montalbo’s Covered Court here. The Bacolod Tay Tung B, on the other hand, had the same start with wins over St. John’s Institute and Talisay A with strong performances from Jothea Ramos and Alex Montoro. Other results were St. John’s Institute defeating the USLS and FMT also scoring a victory over the Negros elementary girls volleyball squad. After the elimination round matches in the U-13 and U-15 categories on Saturday, the semifinals and championship match are scheduled today./PN
Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip LaCROSSE, WI — After blowing a lead late, the St. John’s baseball team came back with a walk-off 5-4 win in extra innings over Luther College last (Friday) night in the NCAA Division III Regionals.The Johnnies built a 4-1 lead thanks to RBI singles from outfielder Jack Wingerd and shortstop Logan Hershey. About Connatix V56892 1080p HD 360p About Connatix V56892 1/1 Auto (360p) But Luther came back to tie the game at 4-4 with a home run in the 7th and two-run rally in the 8th.The game remained tied heading into the bottom of the 10th when third baseman Derek Schiebel drove a single into center field with the bases loaded to give the Johnnies the victory.With the win, St. John’s eliminates Luther from the tournament. The Johnnies advance to play Concordia-Chicago today at noon. 720p HD
Fidelity Bank has announced a Gh¢216,000 sponsorship package for Kumasi Asante Kotoko Football Club.The three-year deal is aimed at encouraging the team “to step up their game”, according to Jim Baiden, Deputy Managing Director of Fidelity.He says the bank will also assist the club to mobilize funds through the MTN Mobile Money platform.“This initiative will go a long way to support the club financially by raising funds with ease. It will also serve as powerful means of building the support base of the club across the country and enable the supporters to invest in the club’s fortunes”, he noted.Kotoko, in return is expected to grant Fidelity Bank the right to use the title: “Official Bankers for Kumasi Asante Kotoko” on the team’s jerseys.The partnership deal, which forms part of activities commemorating the bank’s 5th anniversary, was signed at a ceremony in Kumasi. Mr. Baiden expressed Fidelity’s committed to promoting the economic and emotional well-being of all Ghanaians.He described Kokoto as the “single biggest corporate entity in the Asanteman Kingdom”, hence the bank’s decision to support the club “to symbolize our care for the development of sports in this country”.Board Member of Kotoko, Paul Adu-Gyamfi assured the Club’s management will ensure “whatever we do will not only uplift the good name of Kotoko but also to lift the name of Fidelity Bank”.