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2010-05-20 Overview of ultrasound imaging systems, electrical components required for main subfunctions
This application note is an introduction to ultrasound imaging systems. It discusses the trend towards smaller, lower cost and more portable imaging solutions.
2007-07-27 Low-pressure transmitters fit industrial applications
American Sensor Technologies has added two new devices to its pressure product line, the AST44LP and AST43LP low-pressure, hazardous area-approved pressure transmitters
2012-10-08 How to turn waste heat into electrical energy
Here's a look at a device designed to generate multiple watts of power by turning waste heat from industrial piping into electrical energy
2012-06-26 Tips for accurate characterization of 28 Gb/s designs
Read about test solutions for electrical transmitters operating from 10 Gb/s to 28 Gb/s and beyond.
2008-05-13 Reference receiver module debuts for LAN/SAN apps
The Agilent 86116C Option 025 module allows engineers to investigate, design and verify the performance of transceivers that terminate optical fibers for next-generation LAN and SAN.
2007-12-04 Improve CMRR in CAT-5 video links
This article discusses how to improve the common-mode rejection ratio in single supply differential video transmitter-receiver systems using CAT-5 and other cable types.
2014-01-28 Novel current sensors harvest wasted electromagnetic energy
A research team at HKPU developed a chip that enables detection of magnetic fields generated by electricity and a linear conversion of these magnetic fields into electrical voltage signals
2008-09-16 Jedec spec standardizes 8B/10B gains
IBM Corp.'s 8B/10B makes single transmission-line-pair communications possible at frequencies above 2GHz. Jedec specification JESD204 defines the protocol and electrical characteristics required to standardize the implementation of this coded interface for data converters, enabling a new generation of faster and more accurate serial ADCs
2003-12-16 How to add value to MSA optical transceivers
The evolution of today's optical transceivers and transponders is driven by MSA, which establish a standard for optical and electrical characteristics, module form factor, and pin functions of optical transmitters and receivers.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2012-01-23 Verifying, locating interference
Read about the process and techniques for measuring and locating wireless interference using a handheld, portable spectrum analyzer.
2003-02-17 Vendors look for more 'utility' in optical nets
Vendors claim that all-optical nets can cut operational expenses drastically, in part by allowing long-haul connections to travel like an express train, zipping past intermediate nodes without stopping.
2015-11-25 Tracking down ECU disturbances from EMI
In this article, we examine how to use oscilloscopes to detect ECU disturbances from electromagnetic interference.
2014-12-03 Sub-GHz wireless for long range IoT connectivity
Learn about the role of the sub-Gigahertz wireless radio spectrum in extending the range of wireless devices in an Internet of Things network.
2007-04-17 SFP transceivers target long-reach SONET
Avago Technologies has announced the addition of a line of single-mode SFP transceivers for long-reach SONET OC-48 to its METRAK family of SONET products.
2007-11-28 Sensor signal conditioner has 14bit ADC
ZMD's ZMD31014 sensor signal conditioner features a 14bit low-noise ADC, four times more precise than the 12bit units found in most devices in this class.
2012-04-10 Sensing problems at the network periphery
Find out how to ensure reliability of networks in increasingly harsh terrains.
2005-11-22 RF-tight enclosures are miniature screen rooms
Azimuth Systems has a line of RF isolation enclosures that can help users test multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) systems, as well as other wireless technologies.
2013-08-20 Research team-up to enhance wireless tech
Kansas State University and Avatekh are solving challenges caused by the rapid growth of wireless communications and sophisticated technologies in home, commercial and industrial environments.
2007-07-16 Reduce interference in GPS-enabled applications
GPS is a navigation system formed by 24 satellites placed in the Earth's six orbits and enables users to determine their position accurately from any location. Consumers expect a handset with GPS capability to be reliable in receiving and amplifying the signal from the satellites because any error on the reception would cause inaccurate information on the location. Unfortunately, the quality of the GPS signals are often times compromised by interfering RF signals.
2013-12-11 Q&A: Audio testing for portable devices
Tom Kite, VP of engineering at Audio Precision, revealed valuable information about what's going on in audio testing with particular focus on popular mobile consumer devices.
2007-11-02 Products vie for role in HDMI arena
Last year's adoption of HDMI 1.3 has advanced the adoption rate of sources that provide 1,080p resolution such as Blu-ray and HD DVDand as HDMI's popularity grows, so does its list of supporters.
2008-05-16 Physical layer is key in LIN designs
The Local Interconnection Network standard defines a low-cost, serial communication network for automotive distributed electronic systems. LIN is a complement to the other automotive multiplex networks, including CAN, but it targets applications that require networks that do not need excessive bandwidth, performance or extreme fault tolerance.
2004-09-01 No 'magic bullet' for signaling schemes
While PAM-4 may have an advantage for very high-loss channels, this advantage is not universal.
2010-11-15 Neural device market grows
Several startups are starting to offer neural devices as electronic solutions for medical conditions such as epilepsy, stroke and depression, including neural implants.
2010-01-22 Mux ups test instruments' generator data rate
Agilent Technologies has released the N4876A 2:1 mux, extending the generator data rate of its J-BERT N4903B and ParBERT 81250A test instruments up to 28Gbit/s.
2008-03-04 More bandwidth at less power with new IBM optical tech
Researchers at IBM have unveiled a prototype optical technology that could bring massive amounts of bandwidth in an energy-efficient way to all kinds of machinesfrom supercomputers to cellphones.
2008-12-31 Low-power design binds chips, software
There's a nagging awareness that every new gadget consumes more energy, adding to the carbon footprintand these footprints seem to be getting larger. It's high time we made system design more power efficient.
2005-09-28 Lightwave analyzer tests high-speed electro-optical components
Agilent Technologies is debuting a lightwave component analyzer (LCA) that's slated to accelerate broadband infrastructure build-out, as well as lower design and manufacturing costs of high-performance network components.
2011-12-29 Learn about skew in 100GBASE-R4 apps
A lane alignment method at the PCS layers is defined by the IEEE standard for 100GBASE-LR4 and 100GBASE-ER4 communications defines. Both fixed and dynamic skew are compensated at the end points in the network.
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