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DALSA Corp.'s Origin digital cinematography camera received two awards at the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas this month: Digital Cinema Magazine’s Premiere Product Award and the 2003 Mario Award from TV Technology Magazine. . . . AIXTRON, a German supplier of semiconductor epitaxy equipment, announced it has installed an AIX P6 microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition reactor for deposition of diamond films at GYCOM Ltd., in Russia. The system will be operated at the Institute of Applied Physics Russian Academy of Science, in Nizhny Novgorod. GYCOM makes gyrotrons, high-power microwave sources typically used in industrial heat treatment and heating of fusion plasmas. It is a participant in the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, a project for developing electric power stations with nuclear fusion. . . . Spectra-Physics' new Laser and Lab Catalog is available. It features the company's gas and diode laser product lines, new products for optical research, equipment and accessories for setting up experiments and laser optics products. The catalog now includes Oriel Instruments' The Book of Photon Tools. Visit www.spectra-physics.com/new or call 1-800-714-5393 to request a copy.
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