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February 9th, 2006

RF MEMS Devices Posed to Revolutionise Communications

Microelectromechanical system (MEMS) technology is attracting tremendous interest across the world and research efforts are constantly growing. This technology has made exceptional advances in recent years and is now poised to transform radio frequency (RF). RF MEMS devices have a huge number of potential applications including wireless communications, military, space and instrumentation.


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