October 19, 2020

Obituary: Roseann Anna Richardson April 16, 1943 – April 1, 2020

first_imgROSEANN ANNA RICHARDSON April 16, 1943 – April 1, 2020Roseann Anna Richardson passed away on April 1, 2020.Roseann was born on April 16, 1943 to Jasper and Laura (née Pizaferro) Gelardi in Chicago, Il. She attended St. Ferdinand Grade School, in Chicago, IL; and Notre Dame High School for Girls in Chicago, IL.Trained in Secretarial work, she held several positions in the Chicago area. In 1966, she married Dennis Stuit in Chicago IL. A son, Timothy was born to them in 1967. She and Dennis were divorced in 1981.In 1990, she married Paul Richardson of Trevor, WI, in Kenosha, WI. A loving wife and mother, she was also a lifelong home baker, and cook who always found new recipes to try. She enjoyed crafting, especially needle-work, specialized in crocheted christening outfits, and wonderful shawls. The needle-work didn’t stop there, she also enjoyed cross stitching, embroidery, and needlepoint.In 2003, she moved to Los Alamos, NM when her husband took a job at Los Alamos National Laboratories. Roseann loved the mountains, mesas, and wide-open spaces of the area. She enjoyed discovering New Mexico and visiting California on vacations. Throughout her long struggle with health issues, she remained positive and resolute that she could overcome them.Roseann is survived by her husband Paul; her son Timothy D. Stuit of Houston, TX; her sister Marge Houswerth of Hoffman Estates, IL; five nieces, and four nephews.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Roseann’s name to the American Cancer Society.A Rosary and Scripture Service will be prayed and celebrated on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 10AM via webcast from the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church which you may join at: www.ihmcc.org.NOTE:  Please be advised due to the health crises the world is experiencing, services are closed to the general public from attending. Please share and express your condolences on Roseann’s memorial webpage at: www.riverafamilyfuneralhome.comPlease copy and paste or click the following URL address into your web browser at: www.ihmcc.org to join the Rosary and Scripture Services.The family of Roseann has entrusted her care to Rivera Family Funerals & Cremations of Los Alamos, 1627 A Central Ave, Los Alamos, NM 87544 (505) 663-6883.last_img read more

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October 7, 2020

Emerging applications – Meeting the demand

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October 7, 2020

Award winning band from Air Products

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September 30, 2020

Taking stock

first_imgA husband and wife from Hertfordshire firm Pictons proved they are gluttons for punishment last week at Harpenden’s annual Highland Gathering. Sukh Saini (pictured), a partner in the firm’s family department, and his wife Deborah, an associate in the personal injury team, put themselves in the stocks to be pelted with soggy sponges by an enthusiastic crowd. They bought the stocks on eBay and set them up next to the firm’s stand to raise money for the local hospice and the Prostate Cancer Charity. Fortunately for the Sainis, the fair was held on a hot day, so they were pleased to report that they dried off quickly. But their colleagues should be warned – the stocks are being kept at the firm’s head office in Luton, so presumably any unfortunate solicitors who fail to meet their billing targets may be next in line for a soaking.last_img read more

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September 29, 2020

Parrot takes top perch at Foss

first_imgStevens will remain ceo of Foss until the end of 2016, when he will become senior vice president and managing director of Foss’ parent company Satchuk.Parrot joined Foss as chief operating officer in January 2016 from sister company Tote Maritime. He brings over 28 years of experience in the maritime industry to his new role.www.foss.comwww.saltchuk.comlast_img

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September 28, 2020

A campus on wheels

first_imgINDIA: In a partnership worth Rs207m, the Indira Gandhi National Open University and the Department for Science & Technology are to develop an exhibition train to tour Indian Railways’ broad gauge network, offering educational activities and information to prospective students across the country.The Gyan Vigyan Mail is expected to spend eight months touring 65 to 70 stations on a pre-defined route, offering at each one ‘interesting activities including quizzes, puzzles, audio-visual programmes, CDs, posters, handouts and workbooks’, according to Prof Avadhesh Kumar Singh, Director of the School of Translation Studies & Training at Ignou. The train will be formed of 16 coaches, of which 10 would be dedicated to Ignou’s ‘knowledge panels’, which would include more than 20 liquid-crystal display units, onboard internet provision and a ‘mobile planetarium’. Ignou expects the train to receive more than 500 000 young visitors during the 250-day tour, and the university hopes the project may address the high rate of educational drop-out in India by emphasising the potential employment benefits of degree-level study.last_img read more

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September 26, 2020

Rwanda to probe French officials for involvement in 1994 genocide

first_imgRwanda is set to investigate French officials alleged to have orchestrated the 1994 genocide that killed close to 1 million people across the country.The East African nation’s foreign minister Louise Mushikiwabo said the judicial process against the accused French officials will start with a thorough investigation.“We will use means at our disposal to conduct our own judicial process against those in France that have cases to answer. We will request France to give us access to specific individuals,” Xinhua reports her to say.Mushikiwabo said that France had political and military advisors to both the government and militia who perpetrated the genocide.Last month, the National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide (CNLG) released a list of 22 senior French military soldiers it accused of deliberately aiding the genocide planning.Mushikiwabo said the names of French politicians who played a role in the genocide would also be published, as “Rwanda is not going to be subjective to judicial bullying by France.”France-Rwanda relations continued to worsen following France’s announcement of plans to reopen investigations into the shooting down of a plane carrying ex-genocidal president Juvenal Habyarimana, an event widely seen as sparking the genocide.last_img read more

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September 25, 2020

Glander International Bunkering Opens Office in Oslo

first_imgThe Oslo office is the company’s 8th location and aims to expand the reach of its main Norway office in Tønsberg. Opening months ahead of IMO 2020, the Oslo office is ready for the transitional period according to Rismyhr. He said, “Operating in the heart of Norway allows the Oslo team to get closer to shipowners and personally guide them through this industry shakeup.” Author: Baibhav Mishra Managing Director Ole Rismyhr said, “Expanding into the Norwegian capital was a strategic decision for the company to serve more shipping segments in important shipping hubs like Oslo and Bergen.” The Oslo office is manned by bunkering experts Lars Brustad, Sverre Vetterstad and William Tandberg. Carsten Ladekjær, CEO of the Glander International Bunkering Group commented on the news: “With nearly 30 years of combined experience in shipping and bunkering, the Oslo team will continue our high-standing reputation for safety and reliability. I am certain that our presence in Oslo will provide the local support needed by shipowners in this important hub.” Sea News, September 24 Bunkering Experts – Sverre Vetterstad, Lars Brustad and William Tandberg The leading marine fuel and lubricant trading firm, Glander International Bunkering has started operations in Oslo, Norway.last_img read more

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September 24, 2020

Skyworks adds Two New Enhancement Mode, Low Noise Amplifiers in it’s portfolio

first_imgSkyworks introduces two new, enhancement mode, low noise amplifiers (LNAs) that offer low noise figure, high linearity, and excellent return loss while drawing very low bias current. The SKY67012-396LF (0.3 – 0.6 GHz) and SKY67013-396LF (0.6 – 1.5 GHz) LNAs are ideal for general purpose industrial, scientific, medical (ISM band), and other high frequency applications such as public safety and land mobile radios, security and radio frequency identification systems, cellular transceivers, and wireless sensors.  On-die active bias design ensures consistent performance, enables unconditional stability, and simplifies external matching.  These highly flexible and low power gallium arsenide pHEMT LNAs have a highly efficient linear design, low noise figure and small form factor.  At the same time, the very low current draw (5 mA) and wide input voltage range (1.8 – 5V) capability provides manufacturers with an ideal low noise amplifier solution for battery-powered receivers and sensors. Details on the products can be seen below: SKY67012-396LF http://www.everythingrf.com/rf-microwave-amplifiers/p/Skyworks-7_SKY67012_396LF SKY67013-396LF http://www.everythingrf.com/rf-microwave-amplifiers/p/Skyworks-7_SKY67013_396LFlast_img read more

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September 24, 2020

Keysight Helping Accelerate Introduction of 5G-Enabled IoT Devices in China

first_imgIn order to help accelerate the market introduction of innovative 5G-enabled IoT devices for consumers in China, Keysight has announced a collaboration with leading IoT-enabled smart home solutions expert, VIOMI. Under the collaboration, VIOMI will be using Keysight’s 5G solutions to validate the RF performance of its IoT devices for home applications.Keysight’s comprehensive portfolio of test solutions enables IoT providers, such as VIOMI, to ensure their products perform as expected on a wide range of cellular networks, including 5G, NB-IoT and Category M1. VIOMI uses Qualcomm’s latest platform, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx SoC and X55 5G Modem to deliver products that will help redefine China’s future homes. By using Keysight’s 5G emulation solution suite, which is the same as adopted by Qualcomm and its ecosystem of device makers, VIOMI can reliably bring to market products that deliver a seamless user experience.Ecosystems consisting of mobile operators, device makers and test labs, use Keysight’s 5G solutions to address 5G test requirements, accelerating commercial deployment of 5G multi-mode devices in different form factors. The company is addressing global test requirements on a single solution platform, enabling the mobile industry to achieve rapid validation of device performance and consistent results.The deployment of massive IoT networks is expected to create a $1.2 billion global opportunity by 2024 according to a report published by Research and Markets earlier this year. Keysight’s 5G device test solutions are well-positioned to address the 5G IoT endpoint installed base market, which Gartner predicts will more than triple between 2020 and 2023.Click here to know more about Keysight’s 5G solutions.Click here to view Keysight’s 2020 Technology Predictions.last_img read more

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