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Engineer Honored for EMC Contributions

Robert Kado, a Senior Manager and Senior Technical Fellow at Stellantis EMC Engineering & Laboratories, was recently recognized in the June 2024 edition of the North American Engineering Academy & Technical Training Skills Team's Newsletter.

High-Power S-Band Pulsed Transmitter

Empower RF Systems is proud to announce the launch of the Model 2254 S-Band Pulsed Transmitter.

FCC Seeks Input on Geomagnetic Storm Threats to U.S. Communications Systems

The Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau of the FCC is seeking comments on the threats to the nation’s communications systems directly attributable to severe geomagnetic storms.

TÜV Rheinland Earns Korea Certification Cred

TÜV Rheinland’s new Northeast Technology and Innovation Center has been recognized by the National Radio Research Agency as a Conformity Assessment Body for the verification of equipment to Korea’s KS C, KN, and KS X regulatory requirements.

Siglent Elevates Portable RF Testing

Siglent Technologies has introduced the SHN900A series handheld vector network analyzer with a frequency range as high as 26.5GHz.
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Governor Proclaims UL Solutions Day in Illinois

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has proclaimed June 3rd UL Solutions Day in Illinois, honoring the organization’s contributions to product safety and safety science over the past 130 years.

Singapore to Invest Millions in National Quantum Strategy

The government of Singapore has announced its plans to invest approximately S$300 million ($219 million U.S.) in the implementation of the country’s National Quantum Strategy (NOS).

Rohde & Schwarz Presents R&S RT-ZISO Isolated Probing System

At the PCIM Europe International Exhibition and Conference in Nuremberg, Germany, Rohde & Schwarz is giving a sneak peek at its next generation R&S RT-ZISO isolated probing system.

FCC Targets $2M Fine for Bogus Robocall Caller IDs

The FCC has proposed a major enforcement action against one of the companies that transmitted illegal robocalls in advance of New Hampshire’s 2024 Democratic Presidential Primary in January.

FCC Pushes Ahead with Ban on Certain TCB Certifications

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is moving forward with plans to ban the certification of testing laboratories that pose a potential threat to U.S. national security.
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