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Wanted: 3-D IC standards within six months
News & Analysis  
2/1/2012   13 comments
Standards for 3-D chip stacks need to be in place within six months to stay ahead of chips rolling out in 2013, said a Qualcomm executive driving some of the efforts.
Digital oscilloscopes offer low price point
Product News  
2/1/2012   2 comments
Rigol Technologies, Inc. offers the DS4000 series digital oscilloscope, a general purpose test instrument for multiple applications.
Demodulation software tests next generation Wi-Fi
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ZTEC Instruments has released ZProtocol™ WLAN, a 802.11ac demodulation software for the analysis, characterization and test of the next generation of Wi-Fi RF integrated circuits (RFIC).
Aeroflex upgrades digital radio test set
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2/1/2012   Post a comment
Aeroflex Incorporated announced that an upgrade to its 3920 Radio Test Set supports P25 Phase II TDMA test functions and adds features for the development, manufacturing, and field test of both analog and digital private mobile radios (PMRs) and base stations.
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