MCV Microwave will be exhibiting at the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium at booth 1125 from 19-21 May 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona. Products on display at the booth will include Helical filters, Lumped LC filters, ceramic notch filters, ceramic bandpass filters as well as new 4G LTE ceramic duplexer.MCV-Microwave designs and manufactures high-performance LC, Ceramic, Cavity, Helical Filters and Dielectric Resonators. Ultra-high Q Dielectric Resonators achieve QxF greater than 300,000 at 10 GHz which is ideal for K band applications. They offer quick-turn custom filter design and delivery. Samples can be shipped in two weeks. New products include high power/low PIM ceramic filters, microstrip filters, high frequency LC filters and antennas. MCV microwave filters cover wide frequency range including UHF/VHF, 4G LTE, DVB-T, CATV, GPS L1/L2/L5, ISM915 MHz/2.4 GHz/5.8 GHz, 802.11, SATCOM and mm-wave for cellular DAS, small cell, public safety, industrial and military applications.Visit MCV at IMS booth #1125 to discuss your filter design requirement.
KENAI SPUR HIGHWAY, MP 8 to 12.4 PAVEMENT PRESERVATION: ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season.Be alert to nightly LANE RESTRICTIONS and flagging operations from 8:00pm to 6:00am as final paving of approaches, sidewalks and striping continues. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The State Department of Transportation is bringing two local road projects to a close; they’re in the final stages on the Kenai Spur and Sterling highways… STERLING HIGHWAY, MP 114 to 135: ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season.Be alert to PILOT CAR operations and short DELAYS between Kasilof and Ninilchik (MP 114 to MP 135) from 8:00am to 8:00pm, seven days a week through mid-October due to paving.Expect flagging operations between South Coho (MP 114) and Clam Gulch (MP 118) due to approach work.
Here are this weekend’s picks as The Morning Reaction will pick every NFL game.Drew Forrester finished 8-6 last week while Luke Jones was 10-4 in Week 9. Forrester is 89-41 through nine weeks and Jones is 86-44 overall. Official standings are only kept based on the NFL picks.(Editor’s note: Drew correctly picked Indianapolis to beat Jacksonville on Thursday night while Luke was incorrect in picking the Jaguars.)To hear their full explanations, click HERE.Raiders at Ravens: Baltimore 37-20 (Drew), Baltimore 34-20 (Luke)Bills at Patriots: New England 34-24 (Drew), New England 31-17 (Luke)Giants at Bengals: Cincinnati 24-20 (Drew), New York 27-20 (Luke)Chargers at Buccaneers: Tampa Bay 24-10 (Drew), Tampa Bay 21-14 (Luke)Broncos at Panthers: Denver 33-19 (Drew), Denver 27-23 (Luke)Titans at Dolphins: Miami 17-10 (Drew), Miami 24-14 (Luke)Falcons at Saints: Atlanta 30-26 (Drew), New Orleans 28-27 (Luke)Lions at Vikings: Detroit 27-20 (Drew), Detroit 24-19 (Luke)Jets at Seahawks: Seattle 21-9 (Drew), Seattle 24-13 (Luke)Cowboys at Eagles: Dallas 24-14 (Drew), Dallas 23-16 (Luke)Rams at 49ers: San Francisco 30-10 (Drew), San Francisco 27-12 (Luke)Texans at Bears: Chicago 20-17 (Drew), Chicago 17-13 (Luke) Chiefs at Steelers: Pittsburgh 31-7 (Drew), Pittsburgh 27-3 (Luke)