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posted in December 2008
What Every RF Engineer Should Know: OFDM & WiMAX
Design How-To  
12/28/2008   Post a comment
OFDM and WiMAX are hot topics on the RF DesignLine, so I had a virtual "sit down" with some leaders in the industry to see where the technology is, and where they think it is going. Click here to find out more.
IBM pumps up hydraulic-hybrid delivery truck
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12/23/2008   Post a comment
Design software enables cutting fuel use by up to 50%.
Yokogawa : Curve tracer allows high-speed parametric testing
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12/23/2008   Post a comment
A high-speed, high-accuracy real-time V/I curve tracer that is well suited to carrying out dc parametric testing on semiconductor and optoelectronic devices has been introduced by Yokogawa Europe.
Anritsu : Field measuring OTDRs suit construction and maintenance of optical networks
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12/19/2008   Post a comment
ACCESS Master MT9083B Performance Series is Anritsu's next generation in field measuring OTDRs for construction and maintenance of optical networks.
Turntable imaging system inspects power electronics base blanks
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12/17/2008   Post a comment
Using imaging components supplied by Stemmer Imaging, the German Mainz based system integrator IMSTec has developed a high-speed optical inspection system for power electronic base plates.
USB tools ease development of Piccolo 32-bit MCUs
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12/16/2008   Post a comment
The $39 Piccolo controlSTICK and $79 USB Experimenter's Kit from Texas Instruments are designed to make it easier to evaluate the company's TMS320F2802x 32-bit MCUs and to develop real-time control applications.
Rohde & Schwarz baseband generator tailored to UWB, aerospace
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12/15/2008   Post a comment
The AFQ100B can generate signals for a wide variety of digital communications standards in addition to WiMedia UWB, including WCDMA, HSPA+, WiMAX, WLAN, LTE
TESEQ : ESD test generator suits smaller engineering labs
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12/15/2008   Post a comment
TESEQ's NSG 3040 ESD test generator is small, smart and has a high-contrast 7-inch touch-screen color display and rotary control wheel to simplify programming with simple and intuitive operation.
Adapt standard tests to non-standard devices: Automotive qualification of a MEMS-based sensor system
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12/11/2008   Post a comment
AEC-Q100 does not address MEMS and unencapsulated devices. This is where the engineer designing the test plan must get creative in seeking a solid physics-of-failure-based test regime. The authors prove that an exposed humidity sensor can survive a lifetime of humidity-temperature and bias, tests particularly severe for the sensor and its exposed wire bonds.
Strategic Test rolls 50 MS/s 14-bit digitizer cards for PCI Express
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12/11/2008   Post a comment
These digitizer cards feature options for dual-timebase sampling, synchronous digital inputs, asynchronous digital I/O and the possibility to synchronize hundreds of channels.
50MHz arbitrary waveform generator flaunts low price tag
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12/11/2008   Post a comment
Compared with the company's previous AWG, Berkeley Nucleonics' latest product incorporates many new features, including 50MHz sine waves and 10MHz arbitrary waveforms, without a higher price tag.
Chip reverse engineering firms merge
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12/9/2008   Post a comment
United Business Media Ltd., the publisher of EE Times, has acquired for at least $8 million Sanguine Microelectronics, a semiconductor reverse engineering company based in Shanghai that UBM will merge into its existing Semiconductor Insights group in Ottawa.
JDSU adds E1/Datacom to SmartClass handheld tester line
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12/8/2008   Post a comment
The SmartClass E1/Datacom features a large, easy-to-read color screen and auto configuration feature, making it especially suitable for Tier 1 field technicians supporting large-scale deployments.
Achieve higher accuracy using mixed-signal FPGA calibration
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12/4/2008   Post a comment
Mixed-signal FPGAs can be a key element of an effective, efficient, in-circuit analog-signal-channel calibration approach
Forum claims interference no barrier to femtocell deployment
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12/2/2008   Post a comment
The Femto Forum, the trade body promoting the emerging femtocells sector, suggests there are numerous options to overcome one of the main concerns over wide-scale deployment, cell-to—cell interference between the home basestations and the macro network.
Tessera patents not infringed, ITC judge finds
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12/2/2008   Post a comment
An Administrative Law Judge for the U.S. International Trade Commission has issued an initial determination finding against chip packaging technology licensor Tessera Technologies in its patent infringement action against several wireless semiconductor manufacturers.
Ipetronik : Automotive data loggers transmit data to PC
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12/1/2008   Post a comment
With XCP Service, Ipetronik provides convenient online transmission of measurement data from its automotive M-LOG and S-LOG data loggers to a PC.


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