QEOS, Inc., a leading provider of connectivity and sensing CMOS millimeter-wave solutions, will be showcasing its QW6032 at GLOBALFOUNDRIES booth #637 during the 2015 International Microwave Symposium. The QW6032 is the industry’s first all CMOS 60 GHz wireless product co-designed with high performance antennas in a proven volume manufacturing flow for outdoor applications. The QWave product line consists of high performance, low power solutions, which enable the deployment of a complete gigabit wireless link at sub $1,000 price points including the antennas.The QW6032 is an adaptive CMOS 60 GHz millimeter-wave digital radio with HD-SDI or GigE interface and high performance antenna enabling outdoor connectivity from tens to hundreds of meters. It eliminates the need for modem, ADC/DAC, filters and costly antennas, drastically reducing outdoor link CAPEX and OPEX.The QW6032 solution is currently sampling to select strategic partners, with broad availability expected later in Q2 2015.
BUDAPEST – Masashi Ebinuma, a two-time Olympic bronze medalist in the men’s 66-kg division, has been appointed a new member of the International Judo Federation’s Athletes’ Commission, the organization said Sunday.The 27-year-old is one of five judoka who were elected during the just-ended world judo championships to represent their counterparts for a four-year period spanning 2017 to 2020, while the remaining four were chosen by the IJF. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 “I hope to make sure that athlete views and voices are heard by the IJF,” said Ebinuma, also a three-time world champion in the 66 kg division. Masashi Ebinuma KEYWORDS
Staff Reportsnewsroom@bossierpress.com Cameron Mattison and Chad Poulsen will be representing Airline High and Louisiana in the FLW/TBF Southern Conference Championship bass fishing tournament Saturday on Lake Texoma in Pottsboro, Texas.Mattison and Poulsen qualified for the event by winning The Bass Federation Louisiana State High School Championship on Caddo Lake in March with a catch of 20 pounds, 13 ounces.Saturday, the duo will be competing against anglers from Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.Special to The Press-TribuneAirline anglers Chad Poulsen (left) and Cameron Mattison will compete in the FLW/TBF Southern Conference Championship on Lake Texoma in Pottsboro, Texas, on Saturday.The winner on Lake Texoma advances to the High School Nationals against six other regional champions in the spring of 2014 with $10,000 in college scholarships on the line.Mattison and Poulsen recently spent three days pre-fishing on Lake Texoma in a wide variety of weather.The first day, they faced temperatures in the 90s. Then a front moved through and brought with it wind, rain and a drop in temperature of about 40 degrees.The pair had success locating bass on the 90,000-acre impoundment.Last Friday night, Mattison and Poulsen were honored during Airline’s football game against Byrd.Mattison is sponsored by V&M Cyclone Lures, Kistler Rods, Mercury Outboards and Southern Icee. Poulsen is sponsored by Dobyns Rods.Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoIDA Ireland by CNBC CatalystWhy Are 14 of the World’s Top 15 Medtech Companies Invested in Ireland?IDA Ireland by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
A mobile home on Pine Mountain Road was totally destroyed by fire. No one was injured in the fire that began just before 10:30 pm Tuesday night. According to E-911 Dispatch, the home was fully involved when the call came in to the call center. Firefighters with the Jellico Rescue Squad first responded followed soon to the scene by firefighters with the Campbell County Rural Fire Service (CCRFS).The home was located between Stinking Creek and I-75’s Exit 156, Rarity Mountain.CCRFS Assistant Chief Daniel Lawson tells WLAF that free smoke alarms are available for Campbell County residents. Lawson says, “All it takes is a phone call for one of our firefighters to come out to your home and install a new smoke alarm. At no charge.” The number to call to request an alarm and installation is 423-563-9983. Just provide your name, address, and phone number, and a fire department representative will then contact you to schedule a time for the installation. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/31/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
WEST INDIES 1st inningsK. Brathwaite lbw b Kuldeep Yadav 14K. Powell c Jadeja b Ashwin 22S. Hope lbw b Umesh Yadav 36S. Hetmyer lbw b Kuldeep Yadav 12S. Ambris c Jadeja b Kuldeep Yadav 18R. Chase not out 98S. Dowrich lbw b Umesh Yadav 30J. Holder c wkp. Pant b Umesh Yadav 52D. Bishoo not out 2Extras: (b-4, lb-7) 11Total: (7 wkts, 95 overs) 295Fall of wickets: 1-32, 2-52, 3-86, 4-92, 5-113, 6-182, 7-286.Bowling: Umesh Yadav 23-2-83-3, Thakur 1.4-0-9-0, Ashwin 24.2-7-49-1, Kuldeep Yadav 26-2-74-3, Jadeja 20-2-69-0.V. Kohli, L. Rahul, P. Shaw, C. Pujara, A. Rahane, Rishabh Pant, R. Jadeja, R. Ashwin, U. Yadav, K. Yadav, S. Thakur. HYDERABAD, India (CMC) – Stroke-maker Roston Chase stood on the brink of his fourth Test hundred after producing a gallant effort to lift West Indies out of trouble against India on the opening day of the second and final Test here yesterday.The 26-year-old right-hander was unbeaten on 98 at the close as West Indies recovered from 113 for five inside the first hour after lunch, to end on a respectable 295 for seven.Chase was aided by returning captain Jason Holder who struck a polished 52 while Shai Hope gathered 36, Shane Dowrich 30 and left-handed opener Kieran Powell 22.Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who triggered the post-lunch slide, has taken three for 74 while seamer Umesh Yadav, who struck twice in the final session to stymie the Windies progress, has claimed three for 83.Seeking to turn the page on their embarrassing three-day defeat in the opening Test in Rajkot last week, West Indies conjured up a steady start, after choosing to bat first at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.Powell, who faced 30 balls and struck four boundaries, put on 32 for the first wicket with vice-captain Kraigg Brathwaite who made 14.But with the session drifting towards the end of the first hour, Powell’s attacking approach cost him dearly, as he tried to lift off-spinner Ravi Ashwin over the top but managed only to pick out Ravi Jadeja at cover.Brathwaite followed with the score on 52, missing a forward defensive prod at Kuldeep and falling lbw, with the subsequent ill-advised review showing the ball hitting middle and off-stump.Hope and Shimron Hetmyer (12) then tried to repair the innings in a 34-run, third-wicket stand, which seemed to be taking the Windies safely to lunch.The right-handed Hope had faced 68 balls and counted five attractive fours when he fell in the final over before the interval, lbw to Umesh Yadav trying to turn one onto the leg-side.Kuldeep then threatened to derail the Windies innings when he struck twice in the first half-hour following the resumption.Hetmyer, unbeaten on 10 at the break, added just two before falling lbw in the third over after the interval, shouldering arms to one that spun back.Sunil Ambris followed four overs later for 18, caught at short over by Jadeja off a leading edge as he attempted a booming on-side drive.With the wheels all but threatening to fall off, Chase stood tall, anchoring two critical stands to pull West Indies around and frustrate the Indians.First, he put on 69 for the sixth wicket with wicketkeeper Dowrich who faced 63 balls and struck four fours and one six – a clean hit over long on off left-arm spinner Jadeja.Chase, one of two Windies batsmen with a half-century in the opening Test, once again looked in good nick and raised his seventh Test half-century with a single to long leg off Umesh just before tea.All told, he has faced 174 deliveries and struck seven fours and a six.He lost Dowrich about 20 minutes before tea, however, the right-hander playing across a straight-ish delivery from Umesh in the first over of a new spell, and adjudged lbw on review.On 197 for six at tea with Chase on exactly 50, the Windies consolidated afterwards as Holder joined his fellow Barbadian to post an enterprising 104 for the seventh wicket.Utilising a positive approach, Holder stroked six fours – mostly well-timed off-side drives – in an innings requiring 92 balls and which forced India onto the backfoot.But with the close approaching, Windies suffered a major setback when Holder perished, brushing a pull at a short ball from Umesh, for wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant to take a nimble leg-side catch.
(REUTERS) – Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling believes newspapers are helping “fuel racism” and “aggressive behaviour” with their portrayal of young black players.The 24-year-old made the comments in an Instagram post on Sunday, a day after he faced alleged racist abuse from a supporter during City’s 2-0 Premier League defeat by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.Sterling posted two photos, contrasting different newspaper headlines for similar stories involving black and white team mates at City — Tosin Adarabioyo and Phil Foden — who bought new houses this year.The headline referring to Adarabioyo, who is black, focuses on how he spent 2.25 million pounds ($2.86 million) on a house “despite having never started a Premier League match” while that on Foden says he bought a 2 million pound home “for his mum”. “You have two players starting out their careers – both play for the same team, both have done the right thing, which is buy a new house for their mothers who have put in a lot of time and love into helping them get where they are,” Sterling wrote.“But look at how the newspapers get their message across for the young black player and then for the young white player. “I think this is unacceptable, both innocent, have not done a thing wrong but just by the way it has been worded, this young black kid is looked at in a bad light, which helps fuel racism and aggressive behaviour.”Addressing the alleged abuse he received at Stamford Bridge, Sterling said that he “had to laugh” when he heard the remarks because he expects no better. Last December, a man was jailed for 16 weeks for racially aggravated common assault on Sterling.No arrests were made after Saturday’s league game but the Metropolitan Police and Chelsea said they would review footage to determine whether any racist abuse took place. Anti-discrimination group Kick it Out said soccer’s leaders could not stay silent on racism.“Where’s (Premier League chief executive) Richard Scudamore, where is (FA chairman) Greg Clarke, where is Chelsea’s chairman (Bruce Buck) — they should have been talking out last night and it has to be dealt with at the top,” the group’s chairman Herman Ouseley said in a statement.“We do not have any leadership at the top of the game to speak out, they just rely on Kick it Out.” The English Football Association condemned the incident on Sunday and called for witnesses to come forward.“We take allegations of discrimination extremely seriously and will work with the clubs and the relevant authorities to ensure this matter is dealt with appropriately,” the FA said.City suffered their first defeat of the season on Saturday and they dropped to second in the standings behind Liverpool.
Embed from Getty ImagesA much-changed Chelsea side were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw in a forgettable FA Cup third-round tie against Norwich. Here’s how we rated each Blues player at Carrow Road. Willy Caballero: 5Didn’t have a save to make but was far from convincing. Caballero was shaky in the first half during some threatening moments by the hosts and was lucky to get away with a terrible attempt to punch clear in the second period.AdChoices广告Antonio Rudiger: 6Solid enough on his return to the side. He gave the ball away cheaply on a couple of occasions, but was strong in the air.David Luiz: 6Embed from Getty ImagesAn unsurprisingly rusty performance by the Brazilian, who was rather predictably booked. His passing brings a new dimension to the side, but he was guilty of dwelling in possession at times. He improved as the game wore on and did well enough.Gary Cahill: 6Reliable but unspectacular, Cahill was spot on with his positioning and was the best of Chelsea’s defensive trio.Davide Zappacosta: 7One of the few Chelsea players to truly put in a full shift in the first period, defending without alarm and getting forward whenever feasible. He was close to scoring a stunning winner with a dipping injury-time shot.Tiemoue Bakayoko: 6Was outfought in the first half, but looked more like the powerful presence he can be after the interval. He still needs to do much more to win a regular place in the side.Danny Drinkwater: 6Embed from Getty ImagesPart of a disjointed midfield effort, Drinkwater did his defensive work but never really seized control of the match.Kenedy: 5Did little to prove he deserves a more regular chance in the first team, with his off-the-ball running too predictable and his passing hit and miss.Willian: 8Chelsea’s brightest attacker by a considerable distance, Willian was sharp and inventive but wasted a great chance to open the scoring with a tame finish straight at keeper Angus Gunn following a mazy second-half run.Pedro: 6The Spaniard brought plenty of energy and was not far away from scoring with a brilliant first-time hit in the second half, but he struggled to make an impact.Michy Batshuayi: 5Embed from Getty ImagesBatshuayi had one or two promising moments but his hold-up play was weak and lacking in conviction, albeit in a match where he did not really get a great deal of service.Alvaro Morata: 6Had little time to make an impression and regain some confidence after his poor display against Arsenal in midweek.Charly Musonda: 6Also had very little time to make an impression after coming on but looked lively, although he did drag one effort off target from 20 yards. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Chelsea held by Norwich in cup stalemateConte praises Kenedy and defends BatshuayiSunderland keen on Clarke-Salter loan dealConte confirms Hazard is in contention for Arsenal clash
French rider Johann Zarco paid for a horror accident in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix of road motorcycles with a broken wrist. According to the championship website, the third man of this year’s MotoGP race in Brno will have to have an operation with his right hand. Lisi Niesner, Reuters
The Golden Jaguars suffered their first loss on their Brazilian Tour going down to Serie-D side [fourth tier] Madureira 3-0 on Saturday at the Madureira Sport Club ground. According to a release from the Guyana Football Federation [GFF] Head Coach Michael Johnson said, “To say that it was a tremendous performance, I would be lying but there are so many things that gave us opportunities to work on and that’s the way we look at it. It’s what can we do now to help some of these younger players. There may be four or five that we can actually pull into our squad so we’ll go again tomorrow and work with them and really try to help them in their pattern of play, style of play, their decision making; but it has been a worthy exercise so far.”Johnson added, “We guarantee that when they leave here they’ll be a lot better conditioned, in a lot better shape and have a stronger mentality based on what we are giving them.“So, it’s been a real taxing couple of days and that’s what these camps are for; you want to come out of these camps, fitter, stronger and with a little bit more knowledge. We’re not looking at the results as of yet because we know if it is about results we wouldn’t have trained the players the way we did in the last few days.”
The 16-time Grand Slam champion’s quarterfinal loss at Wimbledon, following seven consecutive appearances in the final, dropped him one spot. He now trails No. 1 Rafael Nadal and new No. 2 Novak Djokovic.Federer was No. 1 earlier this season, but he was overtaken in the rankings by Nadal on June 7, after the French Open. Nadal won his fifth title at Roland Garros, while Federer lost in the quarterfinals there, too. That left Federer one week shy of tying Pete Sampras’ career record of 286 total weeks at No. 1.Nadal’s second title at Wimbledon, a year after missing the tournament because of bad knees, increased his lead in the rankings. Runner-up Tomas Berdych, who upset Federer at the All England Club, climbed from 13th to a career-high No. 8 by reaching his first Grand Slam final.Andy Roddick, who lost the 2009 Wimbledon title match to six-time champion Federer, dropped two spots to No. 9 after losing in the fourth round. The man who beat him, Yen-hsun Lu of Taiwan, leaped 40 spots to No. 42.Like Nadal, Wimbledon women’s champion Serena Williams remains at No. 1. But her older sister, Venus, dropped from No. 2 to No. 4. Jelena Jankovic moved to second, with Caroline Wozniacki third.Vera Zvonareva’s run to her first major final allowed her to rise from No. 21 to No. 9.