Peregrine Semiconductor has announced a single-pole, single throw (SPST) antenna tuning switch for LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) smartphones. This switch leverages Peregrine’s UltraCMOS® process using the HaRP™ and DuNE™ enhancements to deliver an ideal combination of performance and integration to 4G wireless platforms. The PE613010 antenna switch delivers the industry’s lowest resistance-on (Ron) of 1.2 Ohms from 700-2700MHz. This maximizes radiated performance of the antenna in support of higher data throughput, increased battery life and longer range for fewer dropped calls. Manufacturers can achieve this performance while also minimizing size in support of thinner form factor phones. The new PE613010 antenna tuning switch is supplied in a miniature 2 x 2 x 0.55 mm package that requires zero external components. Peregrine’s tuning products are designed to help 4G handset manufacturers implement tunable antennas, the benefits of which include faster data throughput, smaller size and enhanced overall consumer experience. The PE613010 antenna tuning switch has already been chosen by Pantech to drive performance in its new Vega LTE-A handset. “The emergence of LTE-A networks places significant RF design challenges on handset manufacturers to deliver an optimal user experience despite supporting the ever increasing number of frequency bands and higher data throughput,” said Dylan Kelly, vice president of the mobile wireless solutions business unit at Peregrine Semiconductor. “The new PE613010 antenna tuning switch helps to solve these challenges, and as a result, has already been integrated into multiple 4G handsets. The feedback from customers has been very positive as Peregrine’s tuning solutions enable the performance gains required at the antenna for smartphones to support the full capabilities of LTE-A networks.” The PE613010 antenna tuning switch features high RF power handling and ruggedness, while meeting challenging harmonic and linearity requirements of LTE-A with Peregrine’s HaRP technology. With single-pin low voltage CMOS control, all decoding and biasing is integrated on-chip and no external bypassing or filtering components are required. The PE613010 also features ESD tolerance of 2kV HBM on all pins, providing a monolithically integrated solution for tunable antennas.
Thomas Leads UWF to Victory in Final Minute of GSC Opener Maurice Thomas (Photo by Ron Besser) Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – Senior Maurice Thomas (Milton, Fla./Pensacola JC) scored the go-ahead basket with 23 seconds left and blocked a potential game-winning shot on the next possession in the West Florida men’s basketball team’s 75-73 win over West Alabama in the Gulf South Conference opener at the UWF Field House on Thursday. Five Argonauts scored in double digits, as West Florida improved to 7-6 overall and 1-0 in GSC play. West Alabama fell to 8-8, 0-1 with the loss.UWF went up big in the first half, jumping out to a 17-point lead at 29-12 with 7:06 left in the opening period. After being down by 11 at halftime, West Alabama chipped away at the UWF lead until finally tying the score at 73-73 on a Chris Davis jumper with a minute left in the game. Thomas held the ball on the perimeter for UWF on the next possession, and with the shot clock running out, he pulled up for a 20-foot jumper and drained it to put the Argos up by two. UWA scrambled to come up with a shot on their final possession, and a last ditch three-point attempt by Alquan Mendenhall was rejected by Thomas, clinching the 75-73 win.Junior Ken Mitchell (Mobile, Ala./Alabama Southern CC) led the way for West Florida on both ends with 19 points, eight rebounds, and four blocked shots. Mitchell was 9-12 from the floor, improving his field goal percentage for the season to 62 percent. Senior Jonathan Jackson (Pensacola, Fla./Johnson County CC) added 14 points, while freshman Peter Connole was 5-7 from the field and scored 12 for the Argonauts.UWF finished the night with an even 50 percent (29-58) performance from the field, and the Argos also outrebounded the Tigers 36-29. Mitchell, Jackson, and senior Max Hoggard (Micanopy, Fla./P.K. Yonge HS) each had eight rebounds for UWF. The rebounds proved to be a difference for the Argos, as UWF had 17 second chance points compared to just three for the Tigers.Mendenhall, who had his three-pointer blocked in the final seconds, finished the night 7-13 from long range and led the Tigers with a game-high 23 points. Jason Swanson added 14 points and nine rebounds. The UWF defense held Richard Sirju, a 56.3 percent three-point shooter averaging 15.5 points per game entering Thursday, to just three points.UWF will look to pick up another conference win this Saturday against visiting Alabama-Huntsville, and tip-off is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A State Conference Committee has reached a compromise on budget negotiations, but the bill must still be approved by the House and Senate. The compromise was announced last night. MacKinnon says as they wrap up the special legislative session, she looks forward to “continued compromise on those critical pieces for the people of Alaska.” Senator Anna MacKinnon says the process wasn’t easy, but “the bodies and the caucuses came together and worked out a compromise to fund the people’s government and continue services Alaskans rely upon.” The deal restores funding for public schools, softens a cut to the university system and will prevent the need to send pink slips to state workers.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Frank Kaminsky scored 20 points and Bronson Koenig touched off a 16-0 second-half run with two 3-pointers to lead No. 6 Wisconsin to a 72-48 victory over No. 23 Ohio State on Sunday.The Badgers (28-3, 16-2) had already clinched the Big Ten regular-season title and top seed in the conference tournament. They tied a school record for league wins while extending the best start in team history.Koenig had 15 points and Nigel Hayes scored 10 for Wisconsin, winners of three in a row and 13 of 14.D’Angelo Russell had 17 points for the Buckeyes (22-9, 11-7), who had their three-game winning streak snapped. The home loss was coach Thad Matta’s first in March at Ohio State after going 13-0.No. 10 MARYLAND 64, NEBRASKA 61LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Melo Trimble scored 21 points and Dez Wells made a big shot with 8.8 seconds left to help Maryland hold off Nebraska.Wells had 18 points and 12 rebounds, and Jake Layman added 11 points as the Terrapins (26-5, 14-4 Big Ten) won their seventh consecutive game.Shavon Shields had 26 points for the Cornhuskers (13-17, 5-13), who lost their eighth straight.Shields’ three-point play with 43 seconds left pulled the Huskers to 62-61. The Terps called timeout with 11 seconds left and 4 on the shot clock. Wells took the inbounds pass and hit his 18-footer from the wing.Shields missed his last-second try from 3-point range.No. 11 NORTHERN IOWA 69, ILLINOIS ST. 60ST. LOUIS (AP) — Seth Tuttle had 15 points, nine rebounds and three assists, leading Northern Iowa back from an 18-point, first-half deficit in the Missouri Valley Conference championship game.Nate Buss scored 15 points and the Panthers (30-3) took control with a 25-4 run that erased a 36-22 halftime deficit. Jeremy Morgan had three 3-pointers in the run and Tuttle, the Valley player of the year and tournament MVP, added eight points.Daishon Knight had 16 points for fourth-seeded Illinois State (21-12), which needed a win to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998. Knight had 25 points in the Redbirds’ semifinal upset of top seed Wichita State.Northern Iowa won the title for the third time in seven years and has won 19 of 20 games.No. 22 SMU 67, TULSA 62DALLAS (AP) — Markus Kennedy scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half and SMU won its first league title in 22 years, the American Athletic Conference regular-season championship.The victory gave Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown and the Mustangs (24-6, 15-3) another item for their NCAA Tournament resume a year after getting snubbed and reaching the NIT championship game.SMU is looking for its first NCAA berth since winning the old Southwest Conference in 1993.James Woodard scored all of his career-high 30 points on 3-pointers for the Golden Hurricane (21-9, 14-4), who settled for second place after starting 10-0 in the conference under first-year coach Frank Haith.
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About Connatix V56490 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56490 720p HD 1/1 The Minnesota Lynx beat the New York Liberty 92-66 Wednesday night in Florida. The Lynx are now 4-1 on the season.Bridget Carlson started in place of Sylvia Fowles, who missed her first game in five years with the team, and responded with a career-high 25 points to lead Minnesota to the win.The Lynx have now won three straight games. Next up is a matchup with the Fever at 5 p.m. Friday night. 1080p HD Auto (360p) 360p Minnesota Lynx First Round PicksGetty ImagesNapheesa Collier – 2019Collier was named the WNBA rookie of the year. She averaged 13.1 points and 6.6 rebounds a game her rookie season.Getty ImagesAlexis Jones – 2017Jones played just 2 seasons in Minnesota never averaging more than 3.3 points per game.Getty ImagesTricia Liston – 2014Liston, a Duke graduate, played just 2 seasons with the Lynx and never averaged more than 3.4 points per game.Getty ImagesDamiris Dantas – 2012Dantas has played 5 WNBA seasons including parts of 3 with Minnesota.Getty ImagesDevereaux Peters – 2012Peters played 6 seasons in the WNBA including her first 4 in Minnesota. She averaged 4.3 points in her career.Getty ImagesMaya Moore – 2011Moore was the first overall pick by the Lynx in 2011. She lead the team to 4 WNBA Titles and averaged 18 points per game. She is currently out of the WNBA.Getty ImagesKelsey Griffin -2010Griffin played 5 seasons in the WNBA all with the Connecticut Sun.Getty ImagesMonica Wright – 2010Wright averaged 7.3 points a game in her 6 year career including 5 seasons in Minnesota.
COLUMBIA – South Carolina has signed nine football players to grant-in-aids.Although the documents are only binding to the school, all are expected to enroll at USC in January.They include:ERNEST HAWKINS , LB (6-1 212), Baltimore, Md. (Dunbar/Hartnell College)A junior college transfer who played one year at Hartnell College in Salinas, Calif., Hawkins earned first-team All-Golden Coast Conference. He had 56 tackles in eight games played with 12.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. He graduated from Dunbar High in Baltimore in 2012 and will have four years to play three.JALEN HENRY, LB (5-10 216), Foley, Ala. (Foley)Selected for the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game following his senior season after missing most of his junior campaign with a broken foot.ULRIC JONES, DL (6-7 283), Oxford, Ala. (Oxford/Butler CC)Named honorable mention All-Jayhawk Conference at defensive end after picking up 43 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks in 2014. Originally committed to Maryland before selecting the Gamecocks. He has three years to play two.MARQUAVIUS LEWIS, DE (6-3 266), Greenwood (Greenwood/Hutchinson CC)Named the Jayhawk Conference Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference. The former Greenwood High performer had 63 tackles in 12 games including 20.5 tackles for loss and 11.0 sacks. He forced two fumbles and recovered one. He was ranked the number JUCO defensive end in the country. He has two seasons to play two.CHRISTIAN OWENS WR (6-5 210), Griffin, Ga. (Griffin)Had 23 catches for 600 yards and three touchdowns as a junior, Owens originally committed to Georgia before switching to USC.SHERROD PITTMAN LB (6-0 215), Jacksonville, Fla. (First Coast)Graduated from First Coast High School in in December. Pittman broke his leg late in his senior season.DARIN SMALLS Safety (5-11 180), Summerville, S.C. (Summerville)Signed with the Gamecocks in February 2014 but did not enroll in school after suffering a knee injury as senior.JERAD WASHINGTON WR (5-8 160), Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (First Coast)Graduated from First Coast High School this month and will enroll in January. Caught 52 passes for 889 yards as a senior.DEXTER WIDEMAN (DT 6-4 270), Saluda, S.C. (Saluda/Camden Military)Signed with the Gamecocks in February 2014. Spent the fall at Camden Military Academy. Played in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and in the Under Armour All-America game following his senior season. Committed originally to Florida State.
0 Bestseller $26.86$49.99 (33138) Bestseller By Andrew JohnsonLocalSportsJournal.comNORTH MUSKEGON – To complete a perfect regular season, a team needs nerves of steel to pull out close games, and more than a little luck.Conner Kilbourne brings the ball up for Ravenna. Photo/Marc HoeksemaThe Ravenna boys basketball team had both on Thursday, holding on through a slow fourth quarter and getting a break on a last-second shot to beat North Muskegon 56-54 in a tense West Michigan Conference battle.Ravenna improved to 15-0 overall and 11-0 in the conference. The Bulldogs will travel to Oakridge on Tuesday with a chance to clinch the conference championship.“It will be very similar and Oakridge is just as tough,” Ravenna Coach Courtney Kemp said about the next challenge. “It sure doesn’t get any easier.”The game very nearly went to overtime. With just 5.6 seconds left, the Norse executed a perfect full court play to get Jack Dobb open for a chance to tie the game.But Dobb’s shot along the left baseline was too strong and the clock expired, along with North Muskegon’s chance to pull off the upset.“We drew it up kind of like that,” said North Muskegon coach Chuck Rypstra about the final play. “We got a good baseline, 8-10 foot look at it. It worked out okay and it almost happened.”The two teams entered the fourth quarter tied 46-46, then points became hard to come by. The Bulldogs somehow managed to win against a good team on the road, despite scoring only eight points in the final eight minutes.“It’s so tough,” Kemp said. “I couldn’t tell you the last time we won here. We pride ourselves on defense, and we feel our defense can keep us in games.”No. 14 Trevor Stern handles the North Muskegon pressure. Photo/Marc HoeksemaThe game started out fast-paced and high scoring, with Ravenna holding a 20-17 lead after the opening quarter. Calvin Schullo and Trevor Sterken each scored six points for Ravenna. John Hayhurst and Trevor Schultz did the same for the Norse.Ravenna held a 34-30 halftime lead, thanks to a seven-point second quarter by Jacob May. North Muskegon’s Eric Rypstra got hot in the third quarter, scoring nine points to help the Norse tie the game at the third buzzer.With the Norse trailing 53-49, Schultz hit a deep three-pointer to cut the deficit to 53-52 with 1:14 remaining.Over the final 74 seconds, the lone point was a Sterken free throw that gave Ravenna its final margin of victory.“It feels great,” May said about continuing the undefeated season. “Every win adds to our confidence. We have a lot of seniors and we’ve been through a lot. We just have to continue to stay focused.”May and Schullo each had 14 points to lead Ravenna. 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Perry, 28, was selected by Green Bay with the No. 28 overall pick of the 2012 draft and signed a five-year contract worth $60 million with the Packers in March 2017 after posting a career-high 11 sacks in 2016.However, he’s recorded just 1.5 sacks and four quarterback hits this season.The Vikings (5-4) are slated to host the Packers (4-5) in an NFC North showdown at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday. The decision opened a roster spot for rookie defensive lineman James Looney, who was signed to the active roster from the practice squad in a corresponding move.Perry initially hurt his knee in a Week 10 win over the Dolphins, though he has a history of injuries that previously forced him to miss 15 of a possible 32 regular-season games in his first two seasons. Nick Perry’s season is over.The Packers placed the veteran linebacker on injured reserve Saturday with a knee injury suffered earlier this month, the team announced. Aaron Rodgers’ brother rips Packers QB on Twitter after wildfire relief pledge Related News Packers QB Aaron Rodgers pledges $1M to California wildfire relief
Oran Sellers, Jr.Oran Sellers Jr., of Argonia, died Thursday, October 04, 2018 at Select Specialty Hospital in Wichita at the age of 87.Oran was born the son of Oran and Edna M. (Fortner) Sellers on Wednesday, December 24, 1930 in Milan.On December 24, 1950, Oran and Freda Mae Rose were united in marriage in Liberal. Together they celebrated 55 years of marriage.Oran served his country in the US Army during the Korean War and later became a member of the American Legion. He was a Master Mason in the Harper Masonic Lodge #206. Oran was a retired farmer and proud that his family continues to operate their over 100 year old farm. Survivors include his son, Alan Sellers and his wife Beverly of Milan; son, David Sellers of Cheney; sister, Wanda McFarland of Valley Center, grandchildren: Matthew Sellers and his wife Roberta of Lenexa, Blake Sellers and his wife Sarah of Kansas City, Nicholas Sellers and his fiance Amanda of Lenexa, Garred Sellers of Argonia, Patrick Mbahi Sellers of Milan, Brice Sellers of Milan, Megan Sellers of Santa Monica, California and great-grandchildren, Harrison Oran and Peyton Rose Sellers. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife; son, Roger Sellers; granddaughter, Hannah Rose Sellers, brothers: Meryl and Marvin Sellers and sisters: Lorraine Hogue, Maxine Ellison and Evelyn Carr. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 9, 2018 with the family present from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.Funeral services for Oran will be held at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 10, 2018 in the Argonia United Methodist Church, Argonia. Interment will follow at the Argonia Cemetery in Argonia. A memorial fund has been established in his loving memory to the Argonia Fire Department or the Argonia United Methodist Church. Contributions may be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.cornejodayfuneralhome.com.Arrangements are by Cornejo|Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.