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Bookham lands Kilby as director
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Safety relay uses delayed stop to protect machinery
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Banner Engineering Corp.'s ES-TN-1H5/-1H6 Emergency Stop (E Stop) safety-module relay features an adjustable power-cut delay to protect costly equipment. The module, based on a pair of microprocessors, is said to deliver precise timing functions and advanced diagnostics, suiting it for monitoring normally closed circuits and safety gates for contact failure or wiring faults.
Sub-nH RF test socket rolls
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Aries Electronics is offering the 3584 RF high-frequency, low-inductance test socket for its Aetrium 5050T handler, for use with 20-lead TSSOP173 devices.
Connectors serve SCSI, Fibre Channel
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Harting Inc.'s SCA 2 connector system for SCSI and Fibre Channel applications is a blind mate, half-pitch interconnect system that eliminates the need for multiple connectors on devices such as hard disk drives by incorporating power signal and ground contacts into one housing.
D-submini connectors can withstand 100,000 cycles
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Hypertronics Corp. has introduced a drop-in replacement for HD 20 size D-subminiature connectors that provides over 100,000 mating cycles with strong electrical repeatability.
Slim relay fit for high-density mounting
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Fujitsu Takamisawa America Inc. has unveiled a two-contact, 5-A, TV3-rated power relay that meets the high-density mounting requirements of commercial appliances and industrial control equipment.
Thermal switches target air and water
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Amperite Co. Inc.'s TSW Series of solid-state thermal switches is designed to measure liquid, air and surface temperature.
Package supply squeeze puts upward pressure on crystal, oscillator tags
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
A shortage of ceramic packages, coupled with the exploding cellular phone market, is causing headaches for suppliers of crystals and oscillators.
Unit tests dc/dc converters
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
The Model 2425 SourceMeter from Keithley Instruments is aimed at production testing of dc/dc converters, semiconductor devices and other high-power components.
Softec's logic-state analyzer is PC-based
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
The PA2016A, a PC-based logic-state analyzer from Softec Microsystems, features deep acquisition memory (128 ksamples per channel), timing/state acquisition modes, advanced triggering and serial analysis.
Over-the-air basestation tester debuts
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
gilent Technologies' E7490A is said to be the first over-the-air tool for testing CDMA basestations. The tool integrates over-the-air test software with the digital receiver and platform software of Agilent's E7400 series drive-test systems.
Emulator for Zilog's Z8 MCUs works in real-time
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Zilog Inc.'s latest emulator for the Z8 family of microcontrollers, the Z86C3600ZEM, packs a combination of resources that together form a complete, real-time emulation environment. That makes code development for the new Z86C36 family of Z8 microcontrollers faster, cheaper and easier, the company said.
Fiber-optic access chip set handles 16 channels
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Semtech Corp. said its ACS411 fiber-optic access chip set can multiplex up to 16 T1 or E1 serial data channels over a single fiber-optic cable with wave-division multiplexed or twin fiber cables.
Board handles 10/100 Base Tx Ethernet
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
he PMC-1OOBT board from the Modular I/O operation of SBS Technologies Inc. is a 10/100-Mbit/second Fast Ethernet controller in a single-width PMC form factor.
Oscillator vendors fine-tune product specs for portables
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
Escalating demands from exploding markets such as cellular phones and the wireless infrastructure are putting pressure on suppliers of frequency-control components.
Pentek digital receiver board prepared to
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2/21/2000   Post a comment
The Model 6536 VMEbus board from Pentek Inc. combines a 60-MHz Texas Instruments 320C40 DSP with dual Front Panel Data Port interfaces and 32 narrowband receiver channels to perform frequency downconversion, low-pass filtering and decimation for signal analysis applications such as beam forming, direction finding, demodulation and decryption.
Safety relay uses delayed stop to protect machinery
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Banner Engineering Corp.'s ES-TN-1H5/-1H6 Emergency Stop (E Stop) safety-module relay features an adjustable power-cut delay to protect costly equipment.
Sub-nH RF test socket rolls
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Aries Electronics is offering the 3584 RF high-frequency, low-inductance test socket for its Aetrium 5050T handler, for use with 20-lead TSSOP173 devices.
Connectors serve SCSI, Fibre Channel
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Harting Inc.'s SCA 2 connector system for SCSI and Fibre Channel applications is a blind mate, half-pitch interconnect system that eliminates the need for multiple connectors on devices such as hard disk drives by incorporating power signal and ground contacts into one housing.
D-submini connectors can withstand 100,000 cycles
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Hypertronics Corp. has introduced a drop-in replacement for HD 20 size D-subminiature connectors that provides over 100,000 mating cycles with strong electrical repeatability.
Slim relay fit for high-density mounting
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Fujitsu Takamisawa America Inc. has unveiled a two-contact, 5-A, TV3-rated power relay that meets the high-density mounting requirements of commercial appliances and industrial control equipment.
Thermal switches target air and water
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Amperite Co. Inc.'s TSW Series of solid-state thermal switches is designed to measure liquid, air and surface temperature.
Package supply squeeze puts upward pressure on crystal, oscillator tags
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
A shortage of ceramic packages, coupled with the exploding cellular phone market, is causing headaches for suppliers of crystals and oscillators.
Unit tests dc/dc converters
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
The Model 2425 SourceMeter from Keithley Instruments is aimed at production testing of dc/dc converters, semiconductor devices and other high-power components.
Softec's logic-state analyzer is PC-based
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
The PA2016A, a PC-based logic-state analyzer from Softec Microsystems, features deep acquisition memory (128 ksamples per channel), timing/state acquisition modes, advanced triggering and serial analysis.
Over-the-air basestation tester debuts
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies' E7490A is said to be the first over-the-air tool for testing CDMA basestations.
Emulator for Zilog's Z8 MCUs works in real-time
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Zilog Inc.'s latest emulator for the Z8 family of microcontrollers, the Z86C3600ZEM, packs a combination of resources that together form a complete, real-time emulation environment.
Fiber-optic access chip set handles 16 channels
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Semtech Corp. said its ACS411 fiber-optic access chip set can multiplex up to 16 T1 or E1 serial data channels over a single fiber-optic cable with wave-division multiplexed or twin fiber cables.
Board handles 10/100 Base Tx Ethernet
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2/18/2000   Post a comment
The PMC-1OOBT board from the Modular I/O operation of SBS Technologies Inc. is a 10/100-Mbit/second Fast Ethernet controller in a single-width PMC form factor.
Panelview ups Mitsubishi LCDs' optical performance
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2/18/2000   Post a comment
Panelview Inc. has crafted optically enhanced versions of the 10.4-inch, VGA format, active-matrix LCDs of Mitsubishi Electronics America (Sunnyvale, Calif.).
Analog-input board does autocalibration
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2/18/2000   Post a comment
The Diamond-MM-AT from Diamond Systems Corp. is an autocalibrating analog-input board for the PC/104 bus, providing sixteen 12-bit analog inputs, programmable input ranges and operation at an extended temperature range of -40 degrees C to 85 degrees C.
Tek revs up for 3G wireless comms
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2/18/2000   Post a comment
In anticipation of third-generation wireless communications networks, Tektronix Inc. is launching major upgrades to its K1297 protocol testers, K1205 signaling protocol analyzer and 3086 real-time spectrum analyzer.
Oscillator vendors fine-tune product specs for portables
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
Escalating demands from exploding markets such as cellular phones and the wireless infrastructure are putting pressure on suppliers of frequency-control components.
Pentek digital receiver board prepared to mix things up
Product News  
2/18/2000   Post a comment
The Model 6536 VMEbus board from Pentek Inc. combines a 60-MHz Texas Instruments 320C40 DSP with dual Front Panel Data Port interfaces and 32 narrowband receiver channels to perform frequency downconversion, low-pass filtering and decimation for signal analysis applications such as beam forming, direction finding, demodulation and decryption.
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