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Yokogawa DL850 ScopeCorder
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4/28/2011   Post a comment
A new real-time mathematics option for the Yokogawa DL850 ScopeCorder introduces many new DSP-based functions that boost the instrument's power analysis capabilities as well as adding features such as sensor linearization and electrical to mechanical conversion.
Clare CPC7514Z monolithic high-voltage isolated analog switch array
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4/26/2011   Post a comment
Clare has introduced the CPC7514Z quad high-voltage isolated analog switch array for use in industrial controls, instrumentation, automatic test equipment and telecom applications.
AirCheck Wi-Fi tester extends WLAN performance and detection capabilities
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4/24/2011   Post a comment
Fluke Networks has released the latest version of the AirCheck Wi-Fi tester, a dedicated handheld tool that delivers quick and easy troubleshooting for today's increasingly complex WLANs.
One-box emulator targets LTE
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4/21/2011   Post a comment
Spirent Communications has introduced the VR5 HD Spatial Channel Emulator for testing MIMO-based wireless base stations and mobile devices.
Goepel PXI 6161 communication controller supports MOST150 test
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4/20/2011   Post a comment
With the MOST150 infotainment bus system entering production, Goepel is providing a new communication controller supporting that bus system during design and test of MOST-based automotive systems.
Top 50 contract manufacturers ranked
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4/12/2011   4 comments
Manufacturing Market Insider, a paid-for newsletter focused on contract manufacturing, has ranked the top 50 electronics manufacturing services based on 2010 revenue in its March edition.
Agilent boosts performance in millimeter wave signal analysis
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4/8/2011   Post a comment
Agilent's new millimeter-wave PXA signal analyzer covers to 50GHz, and extends to 325+GHz with external mixing.
Do parts from Japan pose radiation risk?
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4/1/2011   15 comments
Questions have arisen about contamination and radiation levels of electronics parts from Japan, though no dangerous radiation levels have been detected in any cargo, according to a trade group.


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