Aaronia to display the Fastest Spectrum Analyzer at EuMW 2015

first_img SPECTRAN V5 Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer Series (1Hz – 20GHz) Patent pending magnetic-field antenna “Magnotracker” (1Hz – 1MHz) SPECTRAN V4 Analyzer as handheld, USB & 19″ rack version Series of Signal Generators, portable and 19” rack version Latest version of the PC/Mac/Linux software “MCS” and “RTSA Suite” Active antennas of the HyperLOG X and BicoLOG X series Aaronia will be showcasing the its fastest Spectrum Analyzer (200GHz/second) with a high resolution (up to 20000px) at the EuMW 2105 in Paris from 8-10 September. In addition to the analyzer they will also be showcasing the following: Stop by booth E114 at the EUMW or click here to learn more about what Aaronia has on display.last_img

8-Port Dual Polarized Sector Antenna for Backhaul Applications

first_imgKP Performance Antennas, a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has launched a new horizontally/vertically polarized, 8-port ProLine sector antenna that is ideal for broad-frequency, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and backhaul applications.The new KPP-2HV5HVX8-65 ProLine horizontal/vertical polarized sector antenna operates from 2.3 GHz to 2.7 GHz and from 4.9 GHz to 6.4 GHz. It features a 65-degree azimuth beamwidth and zero-degree fixed electrical downtilt. It also boasts 8 ports, gain performance of 17 dBi and 16.8 dBi respectively and an excellent front-to-back ratio of 31 dB and 34 dB. This antenna is engineered to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths and suppress side-lobes and back-lobes for mitigating inter-sector interference.This new horizontal/vertical polarized ProLine sector antenna combines two individual radiating systems within a single rugged radome, allowing complete dual-spectrum coverage while reducing leased space on the tower and installation costs.KP’s new KPP-2HV5HVX8-65 horizontal/vertical polarized sector antenna is now available for shipping.last_img read more

Kawhi takes over in crunch time as Spurs banishes Grizzlies, 4-2

first_img[av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Kawhi takes over in crunch time as Spurs banishes Grizzlies, 4-2′ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”][/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=’custom’ color=”]Saturday, April 29, 2017[/av_textblock][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] MEMPHIS – The San Antonio Spurs wanted no part of playing a seventh game against the Grizzlies, not with the Houston Rockets looming in the next round.Kawhi Leonard scored 29 points, and the Spurs advanced to the Western Conference semifinals by beating Memphis, 103-96, on Thursday night to take the series 4-2.The Spurs now have beaten Memphis four of the five playoff series between these teams, and this was San Antonio’s second straight win over the Grizzlies in the first round. But this was the first time all season that the visiting team won.”It’s huge for us,” Spurs guard Tony Parker said. ”Memphis, you have to give them a lot of credit. They played unbelievable. They’re a great team, and they made it hard on us and so we didn’t want to come back for Game 7. We treated this game as if it was Game 7. We wanted those days off before playing Houston because it’s going to be a fast-paced game against them.”Parker added 27 points on 11-of-14 shooting, while LaMarcus Aldridge had 17 points and 12 rebounds. San Antonio outrebounded Memphis 46-28, with 16 of those offensive boards. That led to 17 second-chance points. (AP) [/av_textblock][/av_one_full]last_img read more

GAME NOTES: No. 2 UWF to Host ArgoFanShop.com Invitational

first_img PENSACOLA, Fla. –  The No. 2 ranked West Florida women’s soccer team kicks off the 2010 season this weekend by hosting the ArgoFanShop.com Invitational at the UWF Soccer Complex in Pensacola.  Barry and Nova Southeastern from the Sunshine State Conference will make the trip up to the Florida panhandle, while North Alabama will head south to join West Florida in representing the best of the Gulf South Conference.COMPLETE GAME NOTESNOTES & PROGRAMS PAGEFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 35:00 p.m. – Barry vs. North Alabama 7:30 p.m. – Nova Southeastern vs. West Florida SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 511:00 a.m. – North Alabama vs. Nova Southeastern1:30 p.m. – Barry vs. West FloridaNO. 2 … AGAIN: The Argonauts are ranked No. 2 in the NSCAA Division II Preseason Coaches’ Poll for the second straight year.  UWF is in a familiar spot, as the team has finished both of the last two seasons at No. 2.  Defending national champion Grand Valley State is this year’s preseason No. 1 team, followed by No. 2 UWF, No. 3 Saint Rose and No. 4 Cal State Dominguez Hills.FAMILIAR FLORIDA FOES: The Argonauts start the 2010 schedule with five straight games and six of their first seven against teams from the Sunshine State Conference.  As the only Gulf South Conference school in the state of Florida, UWF has plenty in common with teams from the SSC.  The highlight of the schedule will be next Friday, as UWF hosts No. 13 Rollins.  The Argonauts and Tars have faced each other in several epic battles over the last two seasons, including regular season and NCAA postseason play.GOING STREAKING: West Florida has put together some amazing streaks over the program’s history, and the Argos hold a few current streaks worthy of mention.  After finishing last year 22-0-1 – the one tie came in the national semifinals – the team holds a 23-game unbeaten streak.  The Argos also hold a 20-game home winning streak, a 29-game home unbeaten streak and a 23-game road winning streak.  Perhaps the most impressive of all is the team’s GSC track record; the team has not lost a regular season GSC game since 2003, a streak spanning 42 games and seven seasons.  Since Joe Bartlinski took over, the Argonauts hold a record of 61-3-1 (.946) in regular season GSC play, having lost no more than one game in any season.GSC ALL-TIME TEAM: UWF boasted 21 total selections to the GSC All-Time Soccer Team, including 13 women’s players, it was announced by the conference office over the summer.  Joe Bartlinski was named the top coach in the 14-year history of the GSC, and six former Argos were first team selections. UWF Selections to GSC All-Time Team: First Team: Courtney Jones (2006-09) First Team: Shameka Gordon (2008-09) First Team: Marcela Franco (2005-09) First Team: Dernelle Mascall (2007-09) First Team: Brook Pace (1997-00) First Team: Shaneka Gordon (2008-09) Second Team: Mandy Harland (1996-99) Second Team: CiCi Marrero (2002-05) Second Team: Lindsay Nemanich (2002-06) Honorable Mention: Anna Thorsteinsdottir (2003-04) Honorable Mention: Shakira Duncan (2009) Honorable Mention: Mauricia Nicholson (2002-06)BRAINS ON THE BENCH: UWF is proud to have graduating senior and CoSIDA Academic All-American Courtney Jones returning to the team this year as an assistant coach.  Jones was the winner of the 2009-10 GSC Commissioner’s Trophy, awarded to the top male and female student-athlete across all sports and recognizing excellence on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.  The former goalkeeper is also an NCAA record holder, as her 17 shutouts in 2008 are the most for any player in Division II women’s soccer.PRESEASON GSC FAVORITES: For the seventh straight year, West Florida is the preseason pick to win the Gulf South Conference, according to the GSC coaches’ poll.  The Argos have won six GSC championships, the most in conference history.  UWF received six first place votes and one second place vote; North Alabama, picked to place second, received the other two possible first place votes. GSC PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL 1. West Florida – 48 (6)  2. North Alabama – 42 (2)  3. Christian Brothers – 37  4. Harding – 31  5. West Georgia – 23 6. Alabama-Huntsville – 21 7. Ouachita Baptist – 12 8. Delta State – 10RELOADING: With eight starters graduating from last year’s record-setting squad, head coach Joe Bartlinski has his work cut out for him this year.  The group of returners is led by reigning National Player of the Year Shakira Duncan, and she will be joined by midfielders Monica Malavassi and Jordan Stone.  With those three attacking players returning, much of the turnover will be on the defensive end, as UWF lost goalkeeper Courtney Jones as well as starting defenders Shameka Gordon, Kaley Morris and Anastasia Prescott.CANADIAN NEWCOMER: After having coached two National Players of the Year and 17 All-Americans, Joe Bartlinski has quite a track record for bringing in top level talent.  Jodi-Ann Robinson may be his most impressive recruit yet, as Robinson comes to UWF as a fixture on the Canadian national team.  The British Columbia native made her debut with the Canada U-17 junior national team at the age of 16 and never looked back.  The striker has played for Canada in the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the FIFA World Cup in China in 2007, and she has totaled six goals in 42 matches playing for the senior national team.BETWEEN THE POSTS: Courtney Jones got the start in the first game of her collegiate career in 2006 at Metro State, and seven saves later she made a believer out of Coach Bartlinski and went on to start every game of her four year career.  Of the three goalkeepers on the roster this year, junior transfer Ali Ryan appears to be the favorite to take over for Jones.  Ryan, a native of Batemans Bay, Australia, is a former teammate of Shakira Duncan at Darton College.NCAA LEADER: Joe Bartlinski took over at West Florida in 2001, and since that point UWF has won more games (150) and held a higher winning percentage (.858) than all other NCAA schools in the state of Florida.  Florida State is a close second (149, .726).Print Friendly Version Sophomore midfielder Monica Malavassi is one of three starters returning for 2010 (Photo by John Blackie) Sharecenter_img GAME NOTES: No. 2 UWF to Host ArgoFanShop.com Invitationallast_img read more

Lutheran West Topples Elyria Catholic, 7-4; Longhorns Advance to District Final

first_img Related Topics By Patrick KennedyLakewood- The fourth-seeded Lutheran West Longhorns knocked off the top-seeded Elyria Catholic Panthers 7-4 in the Division III Lakewood district semifinal. Elyria Catholic came into play as the No. 4 team in the state in the latest Division III Ohio Baseball Coaches Assocation PollThe Longhorns opened the scoring and exploded for a six-run second inning.A single and a walk brought runners to first and second for Lutheran West with one out.A very costly throwing error from Elyria Catholic plated two Longhorns.Another error by the Panther defense brought runners to second and third.All six Longhorn runs in the second inning were unearned.“We can’t have that,” Elyria Catholic coach Bruce Lisicky said.“We have to play good defense at this point in the season. We walked the number nine hitter with the bases loaded on a questionable call that we thought was strike three. but still we had a double play ball that has to be turned and then everything just kind of snowballed.”Neberaska commit Andrew Abrahamowicz took the loss for the Panthers going seven innings, giving up zero earned runs on six hits. It was his first loss of the season, but the fact that he didn’t allow any earned runs sums up the kind of day it was for Elyria Catholic.The Panthers scored twice in the third off of a Tony LoParo double, a fielder’s choice and a passed ball brought LoParo in to score.A solo home run in the fourth by sophomore Leighton Banjoff brought the score to 6-3.The Longhorns scored one more time in the top of the seventh on a RBI double from Michael Berghaus to bring the score to 7-3.In the bottom of the seventh four walks brought in one run.The Panthers had the tying run on first and the winning run at the plate with two outs when Banjoff flew out to center.If that ball had gone three feet to the left the score would have been tied easily with a chance to win the game for Elyria Catholic to win the game.Alex Robinson went 6.2 innings for the Longhorns earning the win giving up three runs on three hits.“He worked through everything,” Lutheran West coach Trey Lamb said.“He was a Bulldog the whole game, he’s been doing it every single game he’s pitched. The pitch count was the only reason he came out, had it not been for the pitch count he would have finished that game and he wanted to,”Lutheran West’s season continues and they will play the winner of #3 Kirtland and #7 Wickliff for the district title Wednesday evening at 4:30 PM at Lakewood High School.Check out video highlights of the game, via OhioSportsNet: NEO HS Stafflast_img read more

Soldotna Chamber To Pursue Davis Block Center

first_imgChamber President Ryan Kapp said they’d initially tried to buy the Davis Block property next to Soldotna Creek Park, but when negotiations pushed beyond their spending limits, he was pleased to see the City take over. City Manager Mark Dixson will put together a resolution for Council approval to hold the property for five years. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Three levels of soaring windows overlooking the Kenai River, right in the heart of Soldotna, space for conferences and interpretive displays; that was the vision painted for Soldotna Councilors last Wednesday as the Chamber made their case for a new visitor’s center. The Chamber asked for five years to fully develop their plans, and Councilors seemed generally in agreement. City officials said they preferred the idea of expanding the current conference space at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex, for economic reasons, but were open to the idea of a stand-alone visitor’s center on the river. Kapp: “I think it’s just a pristine spot for it, beautiful on the river, connectivity to the boardwalk, connectivity to the park, the “downtown” of Soldotna, walkability, stores, hotel, restaurants, right there. I think it’s really a prime location.” Kapp: “It’ll be step by step. We’ll start by doing planning, obviously, which will probably entail some drawings, and some needs assessment and some further feasibility. Economic times have changed a lot since we did a couple of those studies, so we want to revisit some of that and make sure we’re doing something that makes sense under the current conditions and like any household, you want to make sure it’s within the budget and affordability. We want to be realistic, but at the same time we want to build something that we can be proud of and grow into as well.” Chamber executives said they’ve outgrown the current visitors center, with 40-50,000 tourists passing through each year. Due to underground springs and DOT restrictions, they cannot expand the existing site. Now, the Chamber wants the City to build a convention and visitor’s center on the property, with space for offices and possibly a cafe.last_img read more

Marum stages coaching clinic in Mount Hagen

first_imgRugby League BY RITA PEKI Papua New Guinea Kumuls Head Coach Michael Marum visited Mt Hagen this week to conduct coaching and training sessions with trainers, coaches and primary school students. Marum was in town on Monday afternoon and conducted the sessions at the Rebiamul oval outside Mt Hagen City on Tuesday. Similar sessions were conducted in Jiwaka province on Wednesday. Both the Rebiamul and Hagen Tee Primary Schools students turned out in numbers to welcome and receive Marum. The local teams gathered at the field and did their warm-up, dynamic stretches, agility, ladders, huddles, movements, attacking and defensive drills. Marum gave motivational advice and training to the players, trainers and coaches. His visit boosted the morale of the players and students in the schools rugby league competition. They also hope that one day they will be able to play under his coaching if they are fortunate of making it to the national team, the PNG Kumuls. Mt Hagen Rugby Football League vice president James Meninga applauded Marum for the visit, saying his visit was a bonus as they prepare to kick-start their local competition which was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Former PNG Kumul, who was one of the participants, Billy Noi told the Post-Courier that it was a positive training session despite limited time. He believes that they had learnt a lot from Marum that would help them go a long way to moulding them. “I really appreciate him coming to Mt Hagen who is an experienced sports administrator who is passionate about training, teaching and developing us,” Noi said. “If PNG Rugby League can arrange more of this training with the assistance of Mr Marum, then this would be great as it will improve the level of the local competition.” He said they had to prepare in the local competition so that they could be familiar with what to do in the intercity games. Marum was appreciative of the presence of the crowd and the participants and he took the opportunity to wish the Mt Hagen League all the best in their first competition next week. The purpose of Marum’s visit to Mt Hagen was to see how the Mt Hagen franchise Digicel Cup team Wamp Nga Hagen Eagles conducted their training and was on hand to give advice where possible to help in their training.last_img read more

Rangers hopeful over Yun ankle injury

first_imgQPR boss Harry Redknapp is hoping Yun Suk-Young recovers from an ankle problem in time for the derby at Arsenal on Boxing Day.The South Korean left-back went off during the first half of Saturday’s 3-2 win against West Brom at Loftus Road.His condition is due to be assessed in the next 24 hours and Redknapp is currently optimistic that Yun will be in Rangers’ squad for the visit to the Emirates Stadium.AdChoices广告“He just twisted his ankle,” Redknapp explained.“He doesn’t look too bad, so we’ll see how it is. We’ll have to see how we go with that one.” See also:Austin scores hat-trick in dramatic QPR winRangers to assess Yun ankle injuryRedknapp hails QPR hero Austin after winQPR v West Brom player ratingsBoss Redknapp praises ‘fantastic’ QPR fansQPR ‘may as well go home’ if Austin goesSenior players feature in Rangers friendly Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

A handful of records with the cup; Bayern returns with…

first_imgLisbon: Bayern are happy to return to action after beating PSG 1-0. With the win, Bayern set a handful of records along with the cup.-Champion League winning all games The first team to win the title. 11 of 11 won-The second team to win the European ‘Triple’ twice (Champions League, Bundesliga, German Cup). Barcelona have won the triple twice before. Bayern Munich win Champions League (1974, 1975, 1976, 2001, 2013, 2020). Now with Liverpool. Real Madrid are top with 13 titles. AC Milan (7) second. Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski is the leading scorer of the season (15 goals). Since Kaka became the top scorer in 2007, it has been the first time anyone other than Cristiano Ronaldo or Messi has come forward. -Bayenne’s jump is unbeatable. They have won 25 of the last 26 games. A match was drawn. In 2020, only one game was lost. Bayern Munich have conceded a goal in the Champions League this season. He scored 43 goals. 11 goals conceded a new record of 35. Lewandowski has scored 55 goals in all competitions this season, 16 more than second-placed Zero Immobile. -Kingsley Coma scored Bayern’s 500th goal in the Champions League. Only Real Madrid (567) and Barcelona (517) have scored more than 500 goals.last_img read more

No entrance fee for Prime Minister’s T20 Cup softball tourney

first_imgThe Georgetown Softball Cricket League (GSCL) Inc., will host their third Prime Minister’s T20 Cup from November 1-3 in Georgetown and several top local teams will battle for supremacy against their counterparts from New York, Canada and Florida. The tournament, which was launched recently at the Guyana National Industrial Corporation Sports Club,  does not require clubs paying an entrance fee, but participating teams must make a deposit of $60,000 as collateral which will be refunded after the preliminary round matches on the second day of the competition. According to GSCL Inc., President Ian John, the fee is a guarantee that the teams registered will be participating fully.John said there were issues where teams that were listed on the fixtures, pulled out at the last minute which caused some hiccups, since it  was difficult to find replacements at the last minute. The teams listed to participate are asked to make this deposit on or before September 27 to the organisers at GSCL Inc., at 69 Seaforth Street, Campbellville.The draw for the tournament, which is being held in collaboration with the National Sports Commission and the Ministry of the Presidency Department of Social Cohesion, Culture, Youth and Sport, will be held October 13. The competition will see play in the Over-45, Over-50 and the Open categories and matches will be played at venues in Georgetown. For the Over-50 division, three players aged 49 will be accepted, while two players aged 43 will be accommodated in the playing XI in the Over 45 category. Matches will be played at Police SC, YMCA, ECC, GYO, GNIC SC, MSC and DCC grounds. The GSCL Inc., has indicated that both off-break and round-arm bowling will be allowed, but chucking will not be accepted and the umpires will be very strict on this rule as well as reports on match-fixing and teams turning up late for matches. Off-field entertainment which included cheer leaders will be provided. Regal Masters and Speedboat are the defending champions in the Over-45 and Open categories respectively.The semi-finals will be held on November 2 and the finals November 3 at the Everest Cricket Club ground, commencing with the Over-50 category from 10:00hrs.This will be followed by the Over-45 final from 13:30hrs while the Open final will be played under lights from 18:00hrs. There will be lots of giveaways for the fans. The winning team in the Open segment will take home a trophy and $500,000 while the runners-up will receive a trophy and $100,000. The man-of-the-match in the final will receive a trophy and $10,000 and the MVP will be given one Hero Honda Motorcycle.The champions in the Over-45 segment will pocket a trophy and $500,000 and the runners-up a trophy and $100,000. The man-of-the-match in the final will take home a trophy and $10,000 and the MVP one 55”smart TV.The Over-50 division dubbed the legends category will see the winners receiving  a trophy and $300,000 and the runners-up a trophy and $50,000. The man-of-the-match will receive a trophy and $10,000 and the MVP one gold bracelet.Among the sponsors are Banks DIH, Regal Stationery and Computer Centre and Regal Sports, Crown Mining, Rajiv Gandhi University, Green Heart University, Star Party Rentals, Supreme Venture, Elegance Jewellery, Cyber Sports Pakistan, Ink Plus the computer store, Dyna’s Embroidery, KFC, USA Cricket Zone, Krsna and Balram Printery and Hero Motorcyle- Rose Ramdehol.last_img read more