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Siward, which is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE), will purchase 38 million new fully paid ordinary Rakon shares at a price of around NZD0.37 per share, giving it an after placement stake of 16.6 percent in the Auckland-headquartered global technology company. 6 December 2016 As the clock counts down to the launch of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) sixth H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), Rakon is proud to continue its long involvement with the space industry.Due to launch this Friday, the HTV6 also known as ‘Kounotori6', will set off on its mission to deliver supplies to the International Space Station (ISS).The majority of shares have been sold to new Thinxtra shareholders who missed out on the Thinxtra Series-B capital raising, recently completing as over-subscribed.The new shareholders are institutions having a strategic interest in the Io T.Synchronisation testing in practical, realistic conditions saves considerable equipment cost by including the right components from the outset. 5 April 2017 It was the era of black and white television, The Beatles, and the space race between the US and Russia to the moon. 15 February 2017 Further to the announcement by Rakon Limited (“Rakon”) on 19 December 2016, Taiwanese company Siward Crystal Technology Co.It was the 1960s and on the other side of the world, in his garage in little New Zealand, a man was making crystals to generate radio frequency. Back then, Warren saw a large gap in the market for crystals and so he decided to make his own. Limited (“Siward”) has today paid Rakon USD 10 million.The Application Note outlines synchronisation performance and temperature profile options of quartz crystal based oscillator timing sources for network synchronisation – to satisfy the requirements for stable clocks.Network equipment of different deployment scenarios such as macro basestations and small cells, or outdoor housed equipment vs indoor equipment, may have the same performance expectations – but different cost targets.
This process is expected to conclude by the end of November.Specifically for synchronisation, oscillator performance is key, and very much dependant on the ambient temperature changes.This paper discusses practical temperature profiles, which may be considered for synchronisation performance testing, based on oscillator performances at various cost levels.The extended frequencies offer advanced performance and application flexibility.The OCSOs are ideal when low phase noise is required while operating at very high frequencies, such as required in ground based military equipment, radar and instrumentation applications.
Whereas other Rakon RADAR sub-systems CI F04, CI F05 and CI F06 are mostly dedicated to pulse compression, the CI F07 is suitable for use in Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) RADAR, or any application requiring Chirps. Using advanced SAW technology and new circuitry design, the OCSOs are ideal for applications that require high frequency and ultra low phase noise.