Handheld ADSL2+ tester compliant with DSLAMs
Product News 8/29/2012 1 comment
GAO Instruments is offering its pocket sized handheld ADSL2+ tester that is designed for ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+ and Re-ADSL testing. It is well suited for ADSL/ADSL2+ network installation, maintenance, and fault elimination.
How to simulate cable in SPICE
Design How-To 8/15/2012 1 comment
This article discusses the two main loss effects related to cables (the skin effect and dielectric losses) and presents a simple method for modeling the cable for use in standard SPICE simulators.
Real-world testing of Wi-Fi hotspots
Design How-To 8/14/2012 2 comments
While the technology can (and will) vary, the need to properly evaluate and troubleshoot hotspots to ensure client satisfaction will always require testing and measurement.
3-D technology to improve cancer treatment
News & Analysis 8/7/2012 7 comments
As part of a a three-year project, researchers at the University of Lincoln in Great Britain said they will develop 3-D imaging technology for cancer patients receiving proton therapy.
Littelfuse's Thane Parker amps up circuit protection
Blog 8/3/2012 1 comment
Life ain't always easy for today’s design engineers. Pressured by the ever quicker cycle turnarounds for new products, engineers who once had months of multiple attempts to get a design right are finding their window of test opportunities squeezed. But that doesn’t mean they can simply cut corners.
New sim, testing tools used to design Mars lander
News & Analysis 8/1/2012 11 comments
A toolbox supplied by a Siemens software unit was used to simulate the thermal loads and G-forces to be encountered by the Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft as it attempts a risky landing of the Curiosity rover on the Red Planet.
Time to streamline thermal management design and production
Design How-To 8/1/2012 1 comment
A major issue that tends to delay a product’s introduction to the marketplace is the occasional lack of communication between designers and manufacturers. One reason is that the two entities may be scattered either across the country or the globe. Results show that placing the entities under one roof helps improve quality and completion time with less likelihood of problems after the market introduction.
RF test startup raises funds
News & Analysis 8/1/2012 Post a comment
Mesuro, a startup RF test company founded in 2008 as a spin off from Cardiff University in Wales, has announced it has raised about $1.1 million in a funding round.