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Ultra low power controllers get new benchmark
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1/30/2013   2 comments
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium will release tools for measuring energy consumption on microcontrollers that last years on a single battery.
Software tool identifies RF spectrum IMD frequencies
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1/30/2013   Post a comment
Launched by Kaltman Creations LLC, RF-intermodPRO is new software product that aids in calculating, predicting and identifying intermodulation interference of wireless devices.
Application simplifies eMMC compliance testing
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1/22/2013   Post a comment
In response to the latest JEDEC specification, Agilent introduced the N6465A test application for embedded multimedia card (eMMC) compliance test.
Digital signal level meter tests DVB-C channels
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1/17/2013   Post a comment
Capable of conducting analog and digital measurements of cable TV networks, the A0N00010 digital signal level meter from GAO Comm measures the average power of the DVB-C signal, as well as frequency power levels.
DesignCon SMEs: Tough Path to 25G+ High-Speed Signals
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1/11/2013   5 comments
A hornet's nest of issues -- crosstalk, loss, and noise -- are challenges on the road to 40G and beyond.
Thin film chip resistor arrays offer tolerances as low as 0.1%
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1/11/2013   2 comments
The RAVN Series from Stackpole is a thin film based chip array designed for applications with tight tolerance or tight TCR requirements.
Agilent Fellow Joel Dunsmore on art of test & measurement
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1/10/2013   1 comment
How Joel Dunsmore, the son of bakers, became one of the most noted minds in the world of test and measurement.
DesignCon Offers Free Expo Passes
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1/7/2013   Post a comment
The chip & systems conference, Jan. 28-31 in Santa Clara, also has a dozen free training sessions.


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