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CXPI options aid engineering efficiency for automotive applications

CXPI options aid engineering efficiency for automotive applications
Clock extension peripheral interface (CXPI) decoding and triggering options have been unveiled by Keysight Technologies for its InfiniiVision3000T and 4000 X-Series oscilloscopes. Keysight says that these are the only oscilloscopes available that can decode and trigger on the CXPI bus. These new capabilities improve engineers’ efficiency in debugging the physical layer of CXPI serial buses, which are used primarily in automotive applications.
3rd May 2016

Tool box opens up range of test options

Tool box opens up range of test options
A new Datacentre Tool Box from Microlease has been introduced to equip data centre engineering teams and their subcontractors with the varied instrumentation support that they need to complete installation, upgrades and routine maintenance projects in a single package. It provides a customisable rental package of instruments and equipment for electrical power test, thermal imaging, cabling and optical transmission test – all to the latest standards.
3rd May 2016

Step-by-step MOI simplifies cable assembly compliance

Step-by-step MOI simplifies cable assembly compliance
A new Method of Implementation (MOI) document for cable assembly compliance tests defined in Rev. 1.1 of the USB Type-C specification and Rev. 1.0 of the USB Type-C Compliance Test Specification (CTS) has been released by Keysight Technologies. The USB Type-C MOI, together with a test package such as Keysight’s state file, works with the M937xA PXIe multiport vector network analyser to provide the compliance test solution for USB Type-C cable assemblies.
27th April 2016


MCU debug technology upgrade speeds development times

MCU debug technology upgrade speeds development times
J-Link firmware has been introduced by SEGGER for the embedded ST-LINK on STM32 Nucleo, STM32 Discovery and other microcontroller unit (MCU) evaluation boards from STMicroelectronics. The upgrade turns a board’s ST-LINK interface into a fully functional J-Link, which can then be employed to debug the board's application processor.
27th April 2016

PXIe digital multimeter leads way to smarter test systems

A 7½-digit high-performance DMM and 1.8 MS/s isolated digitiser, the NI PXIe-4081, has been launched by NI. It is the first PXI Express DMM available, says the company. It offers engineers the flexibility, resolution and isolation needed to tackle challenging applications that require smarter test systems in industries ranging from consumer electronics to aerospace and defence.
27th April 2016

Class-D amplifier revs up mobile sound quality

Class-D amplifier revs up mobile sound quality
To meet the demand for mobile devices offering top quality sound - without sacrificing power - Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has invented an ultra-high-quality Class-D amplifier. Created by NTU’s Division of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Singapore, the ultra-high-quality chip can tolerate more 'noise' from other components in a device, which reduces distortion so the sound quality can be significantly improved.
26th April 2016

Free visualisation tool for microcontroller customers

The µC/Probe data visualisation tool from Micrium has been licensed to Infineon Technologies for customers of its XMC family of microcontrollers based on ARM Cortex-M cores. The µC/Probe will be shipped at no cost for customers.
26th April 2016

Providing accuracy in changing temperatures

Providing accuracy in changing temperatures
To help ensure optimal measurement accuracy over time, a new 2MHz ultrasonic transducer which gives minimal and predictable changes in zero flow offset due to varying temperature cycles, has been introduced by Morgan Advanced Materials.
25th April 2016

Accelerating verification and reducing the risks of SoC design

Designed to accelerate verification and reduce the risks associated with system-on-chip (SoC) design, Mentor Graphics Corporation has announced its Mentor Emulation Services, which combines the Veloce emulation platform with expert services and IP.
22nd April 2016

mmWave SDR accelerates 5G research

mmWave SDR accelerates 5G research
What is claimed to be the world’s first software defined radio (SDR) for the millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum has been announced by NI. The new NI mmWave Transceiver System is a full transceiver that can transmit and/or receive wide-bandwidth signals at 2GHz real-time bandwidth, covering the spectrum in the E-band, 71-76 GHz. Engineers and scientists have used SDRs ubiquitously in the spectrum below 6GHz for years.
21st April 2016


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