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Software options extend signal analyser capabilties

Analogue demodulation and noise figure measurement applications as software options have been added to the UXA X-Series signal analyser by Keysight Technologies. Through the analyser’s multi-touch user interface, the new software enables engineers to create advanced designs in aerospace, defence and wireless communications.
6th July 2015

Accuracy levels enhanced on power analyser

Accuracy levels enhanced on power analyser
The WT3000E is an enhanced version of Yokogawa’s WT3000 precision power analyser. The specified 45 to 65 Hz accuracy for the WT3000E is 0.01% of reading plus 0.03% of range. These figures are based on RMS values rather than waveform peak values. Because power ranges are the multiple of the voltage and current ranges, the actual power measurement error due to an uncertainty of 0.03% of range in a WT3000E is less than 0.01% of range for a power meter based on peak values.  
6th July 2015

PXI versatility can enhance 5G testing

At Wimbledon, strawberries and cream were being served up. At the Madejski Stadium, Reading National Instruments was serving up PXI and 5G, as natural a complement says the company as the traditional fare for the tennis folk. Abhay Samant, Section Manager, RF & Wireless Test, makes a compelling case. There is no doubt in his mind that PXI is on the charge.
6th July 2015


PXIe signal generator gets 3, 7.5, 13.6 and 25GHz options

PXIe signal generator gets 3, 7.5, 13.6 and 25GHz options
The CXA-m PXIe signal analyser, which has a built-in tracking generator, now has 3, 7.5, 13.6 and 26.5GHz options, making it the industry’s first modular stimulus response measurement solution, claims Keysight Technologies. Vector signal analysis capabilities are also now available on the CXA-m by the N9064A VXA X-Series measurement application or 89600 VSA software.  
5th July 2015

Portable device ushers in low cost signal generation

Portable device ushers in low cost signal generation
The SynthHD Dual-channel RF Signal Generator is a portable device that brings low cost to precision microwave signal generation. It is a compact software-tuneable, dual channel RF signal generator which can be controlled by a Windows or Linux PC via its USB port, or run as a standalone generator. Manufactured by Windfreak Technologies, it is available from Saelig.
5th July 2015

Fibre optic thermometer features a 4.3" LCD screen

Reliability and safety the most important attributes in generator and transformer technology. The Optocon AG developed for this purpose the fibre optic thermometer FOTEMPTrafo, that effectively support in these areas. To ensure a constant and guaranteed operational safety, the temperatures are monitored at critical points in transformers and generators permanently.
2nd July 2015

Atomic force microscope boasts fast scan rates

Atomic force microscope boasts fast scan rates
An ultrafast-scanning 9500 atomic force microscope has been unveiled by Keysight Technologies. The Keysight 9500 AFM system integrates new software, a new high-bandwidth digital controller, and a state-of-the-art mechanical design to provide scan rates of up to 2 sec/frame (256x256 pixels).
29th June 2015

Metrawatt buoyed by Seaward acquisition

Metrawatt buoyed by Seaward acquisition
UK electrical safety testing specialist, the Seaward Group has been acquired by Metrawatt International. Seward becomes part of Metrowatt’s GMC Instrumentation Division, a group of separate specialist T&M manufacturing businesses based in Germany, Switzerland and the USA and with a global international sales network.
29th June 2015

Impedance analyser runs faster with new speed option

An enhanced measurement speed option for its E4990 impedance analyser has been introduced by Keysight Technologies. With the new option, the low-frequency models of the analyser are now as fast as the flagship 120MHz E4990A model. Today’s passive component manufacturers face constant pressure to reduce cost, and speed overall test time; a difficult challenge given the realities of production.
29th June 2015

Test set enhanced to support more IoT wireless devices

Test set enhanced to support more IoT wireless devices
New WLAN 802.11ah and 802.11af capabilities have been added to Keysight Technologies’ EXM wireless test set. The EXM now supports more Internet-of-Things (IoT) wireless devices and formats in the design validation and manufacturing stages of product development. In addition, the technologies expand the test set’s existing broad multi-format coverage of wireless connectivity, cellular formats and development.
29th June 2015


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