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Defense Electronics (formerly RF Design.com)
Date: June 10, 2011

(excerpt) … In fact, they (digital superconductors) are alive, well, and flourishing in the Digital-RF™ niobium-based integrated-circuit (ICs) designs being developed by Hypres (www.hypres.com) for broadband applications. These high-speed, high-frequency circuits are ideal for receivers, transmitters, and transceivers that must handle broad instantaneous frequency ranges and wide dynamic ranges from RF through millimeter-wave frequencies, in applications including satellite-communications (satcom), electronic-warfare (EW), signal-intelligence (SIGINT), and radar systems. …

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