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2003-07-31 Gore rolls trackless cable assemblies
W. L. Gore & Associates has introduced its self-supported Trackless Cable Assemblies that reduce vibration and weight associated with most cable tracks.
2009-06-02 Connectors suit medical imaging apps
From C&K Components comes a family of high reliability connectors for medical applications designed for medical applications ranging from cryogenic processes to imaging equipment.
2004-12-06 Interconnect system provides high density for high-speed signals
W. L. Gore & Associates introduced its new cable-to-board and cable-to-cable coaxial interconnect system
2002-09-27 VCOs hit 10Gbps and 40Gbps apps
Designed for 10Gbps and 40Gbps applications, VCOs from Agilent Technologies Inc. perform the MUX, DMUX, and clock/data recovery functions required for board and line card designs, delivering sub-50-femtosecond jitter performance.
2005-09-21 Terminal lets you drive RF signal generator
Based on a temperature-compensated crystal oscillator, Signal Forge's new signal generator handles FM, AM and arbitrary modulation.
2006-07-20 Speedy JTAG controller priced below $10,000
The PCIe-1149.1 from Corelis is a single-lane PCIe card that is compatible with all compliant PCIe slots, whether they're x1, x4, x8 or x16.
2006-10-30 Lightening protectors roll for Wi-Fi, WiMAX apps
NexTek Inc. has developed quarter-wave stub lightning protectors specifically for Wi-Fi and WiMAX applications that operate in frequencies from 2.4-6GHz.
2005-04-20 50MHz IF signal analyzer is Windows-based
Interactive Circuits and Systems is rolling out an FPGA-based product called the ICS SignIFy that works as a portable low-cost IF signal analyzer.
2005-09-05 USB protocol analyzer runs on PCs
Saelig's new USB bus analyzer featrues a small (5.9-by-4.7-by-2.6-inch) and light (less than 2lb) package that works with a PC as an analyzer, communicating across USB 2.0's 480Mbps connection.
2005-06-14 TDR instrumentation uses USB
Hyperlabs' TDR instrumentation line now includes a Model USBTDR Family of so-called TDR heads that are powered by USB.
2012-04-10 Sensing problems at the network periphery
Find out how to ensure reliability of networks in increasingly harsh terrains.
2011-06-16 RF Industries upgrades portfolio with CUI buy
RF Industries has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to buy Cables Unlimited Inc. for cash and equity consideration worth approximately $5.6 million.
2008-09-12 National Semi rolls 3G-SDI design kits
The folks at National Semiconductor have introduced the industry's first triple-rate (3G/HD/SD) serial digital interface (SDI) and video clocking daughter card development kits that maximize system performance and simplify the design of new broadcast video equipment.
2005-11-10 Low-cost box converts PC into network analyzer
Here's a new RF VNA that is low in cost but provides quite a few of the capabilities of pricey bench-top analyzers.
2015-11-25 Handheld analysers tout visual inspection capability
Anritsu introduced the Video Inspection Probe measurement mode for its cable and antenna analysers to streamline optical link verification for wireless networks.
2006-02-16 Getting the boxes to interplay
Beneath the flashy veneer of electronics lies a tangled mass of interoperability problems and related concerns.
2012-08-16 Fundamentals of industrial Ethernet
Here's a brief introduction to the basics of Ethernet and its role in the industrial networking realm.
2014-12-10 FTTH solutions for multi dwelling units
With multi dwelling units in particular, it may be advantageous for the operator to migrate from the FTTB concept to FTTH. Read this article to find out why.
2015-04-30 Ensuring EMC-compliance of USB applications
Although the connectors used in daily life may seem robust, those who develop USB applications must still not neglect protection of their interface. Here are guidelines on developing EMC-compliant designs.
2012-01-30 EMC Basics #13: How shield is destroyed
Here's a look at the mechanical issues of shielding, such as how seams and other discontinuities affect RF shielding.
2015-07-15 E-band cost, reliability concerns in MMIC packaging
Traditional semiconductor packaging approaches either cost too much or suffer from signal integrity issues. However, new techniques are becoming available that can address these problems.
2007-11-23 DVB-H external antenna is thin, compact
Pulse has introduced its external DVB-H planar antenna that's thin, compact and fully tested to be easily installed into DVB devices.
2007-01-09 Draft-n router claims 300Mbps wireless speed
The Netgear WNR854T access point provides backward compatibility with 802.11b/g, but draft-n capability lets it deliver wireless connections at up to a raw claimed 300Mbps.
2014-04-03 Dealing with impedances on the test bench
Designers and producers of digital high-speed systems are about to confront the challenge of having to consider high-frequency design aspects.
2015-02-17 Choosing what's right for you: Ohmmeter vs TDR
Field-test instrumentation fills the gap between a basic tester and sophisticated engineering units, allowing verification of the basic integrity and performance of copper and optical-fibre cable assemblies.
2006-11-21 Antennas enable mobile TV in small handsets
Pulse, a Technitrol company, has launched a new family of DVB-H, MediaFLO and DMB-S antennas that the company said are so thin and light they enable mobile TV applications to be incorporated into small mobile handsets.
2012-10-16 Advantages of JESD204B over parallel data formats
High-speed serial interfaces may still come with implementation issues, but the standardization reduces the adoption risk.
2005-04-19 Adapter eliminates costly cable re-termination
Trompeter's new UADF20M250 adapter, a BNC jack to M-BNC plug adapter for 75-ohm cabling, is said to eliminate the cost of cable re-termination for new M-BNC installations.
2005-07-21 40MHz network analyzer from OMICRON uses USB-equipped PC
The Bode 100 instrument from OMICRON electronics promises to operate even with a modest 500MHz Pentium box.
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