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2006-04-06 Agilent announces agreement to distribute SanAlytics software
Agilent Technologies announced an OEM agreement with Protocol Analytics to distribute the company's SanAlytics software.
2016-04-26 Advances in FPGA debug
Here's a look at an incremental debug methodology that allows FPGA designers to deliver debugged designs quickly and easily ensuring design integrity and robustness.
2006-11-07 Adlink unrolls complimentary driver for MATLAB
Adlink Technology has unveiled the DAQ-MTLB complimentary driver that integrates the MATLAB Data Acquisition Toolbox with almost 100 Adlink DAQ and control cards.
2004-10-06 Adlink PXI digitizer suits high-level apps
The new PXI digitizer from Adlink Technology is engineered for high-level apps.
2011-09-01 Address issues in capacitive-touch interface design (Part 1)
Know how to enhance hardware and software reliability of this increasingly popular user interface for consumer products.
2002-05-29 Acqiris offers PCI digitizer cards with 1GHz bandwidth
The DP214 digitizer card from Acqiris SA is claimed to be first PCI-based digitizer card to use SiGe technology for the acquisition of ultrafast signals with up to 1GHz analog bandwidth.
2002-03-22 Acqiris digitizer cards offer 1GHz bandwidth
The company's V-Class DC series of digitizer cards for digital oscilloscopes offer a bandwidth of 1GHz with a sampling rate of up to 4GSa/s, and a memory length of up to 32 million points.
2007-01-01 Achieving high-performance DAQ via USB
Properly implemented, a DAQ module can use the PC's USB 2.0 port to pump data into a PC as fast as PCI-based cards.
2004-06-29 Accelerated software debugger supports FS2 tools
Accelerated Tech announced that its code|lab Debug software debugger now provides support for the ISA-Nios II and ISA-Nios II/T system analysis tools from FS2.
2005-05-20 A/D converter board boosts signal bandwidth
Pentek customers can now boost signal bandwidth by nearly an order of magnitude with the release of the Model 6826 VME A/D Converter board
2008-08-27 A robust glass-breakage detector using the MSP430
This TI application report describes the working and operation of a modified version of the hardware and software described in the application report A Simple Glass-Breakage Detector Using the MSP430 (SLAA351).
2007-07-02 A comparison of line driver and line receiver varieties
Line drivers and receivers come in many speed, distance and drive types to meet the increasing needs of data links, and support RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, and LVDS for point-to point, multidrop, and bus/backplane applications.
2009-11-24 8bit MCU enables smart BLDC motor control apps
BLDC motors are growing in consumer, industrial and automotive apps because of their efficiency and reliability.
2015-11-18 5G air interfaces require channel measurements
In this article, we look at why 5G air interfaces will need channel measurements to meet the upcoming technical challenges.
2010-04-29 32GHz oscilloscopes deliver low noise, jitter
Agilent is offering 10 models of its Infiniium 90000 X-Series that provide true analog bandwidth between 16GHz and 32GHz, along with extremely low noise floor of 2mV at 50mV/division.
2010-12-29 2010 auto MEMS shipments hit all-time high
Automotive MEMS chip shipments hit 662.3 million units, exceeding 2007’s record 640 million units shipped, reports iSuppli. Mandated safety technologies drove demand this year.
2014-07-09 18-channel data logging system supports up to 100MHz
The DAS1600 offers provision for determining voltage, strain, pressure, temperature and other parameters through utilisation of the series of accompanying measurement boards available.
2008-09-04 'First' test platform for USB 3.0 rolls
LeCroy Corp. has claimed the industry's first protocol analyzer exerciser system for USB 3.0 with the launch of its Voyager validation system.
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