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Upconverter yields compact vector signal generator with 20GHz

Upconverter yields compact vector signal generator with 20GHz
An RF upconverter from Rohde & Schwarz extends the frequency range of the R&S SGS100A vector signal generator from 12.75 GHz to 20 GHz. A combination of the two instruments enables users to generate vector signals continuously from 80 MHz to 20 GHz. Applications are in the aerospace & defence sector.      
4th June 2014

Used T&M equipment market has new entrant

Used T&M equipment market has new entrant
The market for used test and measurement instrumentation has a new entrant. Euro Electronic Sales has been established to specialise in selling superior quality items of used equipment - presenting an extremely effective way by which companies can gain access to the test hardware they need without heavy impact on their finances.
4th June 2014

Vector signal generator range extended to 20GHz

Vector signal generator range extended to 20GHz
Users in the wireless communications and A&D industries can now find the frequency range of Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S SMW200A high-end vector signal generator has been extended to 20 GHz. The instrument combines a baseband generator, RF generator and fading simulator in a single box.
4th June 2014


Software enhances oscilloscope, data logger capabilities

EasySYNC’s updated USB-based test equipment range has been augmented with a comprehensive suite of sophisticated software packages. With versions available that are suitable for Windows and MAC operating systems, the EasyScope III software is designed to be utilised with EasySYNC’s DS60M10 Stingray in both its oscilloscope and data logging capacities.
3rd June 2014

Wireless integration boosts EMC test market

With the wider integration of wireless technology into previously wired products, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) test services are shifting from classic (or non-wireless) testing to wireless testing. Recent analysis from Frost & Sullivan, 'The European Electromagnetic Compatibility Test and Services Market', forecasts market revenues to reach $557.8m (USD) in 2020, up from $405m (USD) in 2013.
3rd June 2014

New look VNA cuts costs of S-band parameter measurements

New look VNA cuts costs of S-band parameter measurements
Prices as much as 75% lower than traditional bench-top vector network analysers (VNAs) will attract attention to Anritsu’s new ShockLine family of VNAs. For the money, the company promises high accuracy, sensitivity and sweep speed. These instruments are radically different from conventional VNA design. There is no display or keypad. They are controlled remotely by computer via a LAN or other connection.
2nd June 2014

Hand-held imager and tester target predictive maintenance

Hand-held imager and tester target predictive maintenance
A hand-held thermal imager from Agilent Technologies provides clear and sharp thermal images with its unique Fine Resolution capability. With the shift toward predictive maintenance, the thermal imager allows engineers to safely and efficiently identify potential faults without shutting down the systems or disrupting the productivity of an industrial plant.
2nd June 2014

Vector signal generator speeds up production tests

Vector signal generator speeds up production tests
A vector signal generator featuring frequency and level switchover times of typically 240 µs is claimed to be the fastest instrument of its type on the market. The R&S SGT100A from Rohde & Schwarz covers the frequency range from 80 MHz to 6 GHz. It is equipped with an integrated baseband generator that supports a maximum bandwidth of 160 MHz.
2nd June 2014

Hand-held direction finder can detect hidden signals

Hand-held direction finder can detect hidden signals
The detection, analysis and location of RF interference sources or unauthorised transmissions is a headache for communications and security professionals. Narda Safety Test Solutions has moved to eased the problem by launching its second generation IDA interference and direction analyser.
2nd June 2014

Test clip enables fast, safe tapping of busbars

Test clip enables fast, safe tapping of busbars
Tapping busbars can be carried out quickly and safely with the new flat test clip from Multi-Contact. The Grip-FMA has a Multilam in each jaw, ensuring low contact resistance even on busbars that are lacquered on one side. The jaws open to a maximum of 12 mm and are clamped into position using the pressure grip handle.
30th May 2014


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