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Power analyser combines colour graphics, 0.05% basic accuracy

Power analyser combines colour graphics, 0.05% basic accuracy
Tektronix is expanding its family of precision power analysers with the introduction of the PA1000 single-phase power analyser. The company is positioning itself to take advantage of the burgeoning power inverter market which Curt Willener, general manager, Power Analyser Product Line, Tektronix suggested could be worth £70bn by 2020. The analyser is available now from Tektronix distributors including Farnell element14 and RS Components.
9th January 2014

Oscilloscopes on parade at Embedded World 2014

Oscilloscopes on parade at Embedded World 2014
Rohde & Schwarz will highlight its growing oscilloscope portfolio at the Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg (Feb 25-27).  Tailored to the demands of testing and developing electronic circuits, the new models in the R&S RTM family integrate time domain, logic, protocol and frequency analysis in a single device.
9th January 2014

USB data acquisition board aims at OEM and embedded applications

USB data acquisition board aims at OEM and embedded applications
Adept Scientific has announced the release by Measurement Computing of a new ultra high speed, USB data acquisition board for simultaneous sampling up to 20 MS/s per channel. The USB-2020 features two analogue input channels with multiple input ranges up to ±10V and can sample data from both channels at an overall rate of 40 MS/s to the on-board memory, or continuously stream to a host computer at up to 8 MS/s.
9th January 2014


November launch date for Agilent T&M spin-off

November launch date for Agilent T&M spin-off
Keysight Technologies, the electronic measurement spin-off from Agilent Technologies will become a separate company in November this year. Keysight will officially come into existence from August 1 this year. It will trade as a subsidiary of Agilent for one quarter in order to demonstrate a quarter of earnings for the New York Stock Exchange.
8th January 2014

Agilent T&M spin-off to be named Keysight Technologies

Agilent T&M spin-off to be named Keysight Technologies
Agilent Technologies has revealed Keysight Technologies as the name of its test and measurement business that it plans to spin off in early November 2014.  The name Keysight has been chosen to convey the ability to see what others cannot, offering the critical or key insights to understand and unlock the changing technology landscape. The new company’s tagline, “unlocking measurement insights for 75 years,” commemorates the 1939 birth of the original Hewlett-Packard Company, from which Keysight originated.
7th January 2014

GoldenGate opens way to faster large-signal analysis

Agilent Technologies now has the latest release of GoldenGate, its RFIC simulation, verification and analysis software. It provides RFIC designers with easy-to-use EVM-, BER- and ACPR-type measurements and enables quick analysis and diagnosis of problem areas in large-signal analysis. Additionally, it offers a number of new capabilities to reduce simulation time and increase design efficiency.
7th January 2014

Generator features selectable reduced source impedance

Generator features selectable reduced source impedance
An easy-to-use, stand-alone generator for slow damped oscillatory wave testing in single phase equipment up to 270V and 16A has been unveiled by Teseq.  The NSG 3040-SOW is in compliance with current testing standards IEC/EN 61000-4-18 and ANSI C37.90.1. It is designed for use by power stations, substations, electric meter manufacturers, relays and switch manufacturers as well as EMC testing labs that already use Teseq equipment. It enables users to perform over-testing at test levels up to 4.4kV. 
7th January 2014

AMETEK buys EMC test specialist Teseq

AMETEK has acquired the Teseq Group, a leading manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing, for $92m. Headquartered in Luterbach, Switzerland, the privately held company has annual sales of approximately $53 million. Teseq manufactures a broad line of conducted and radiated EMC compliance testing systems and RF amplifiers for a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, medical equipment, telecommunications and transportation.
6th January 2014

Thermoelectrical cooler enhances MPCC devices

Thermoelectrical cooler enhances MPCC devices
Hamamatsu Photonics has expanded and enhanced its range of semiconductor detectors, featuring photon counting capability, with the introduction of the brand new S12576-050 and S12577-050 multi-pixel photon counter devices (MPPC). The new devices utilise a Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode structure for ultra-low-level light detection, and a two-stage thermoelectric cooler, operating down to -25oC.
30th December 2013

ALD equipment users in next generation 3D capacitors

SiSTEM Technology says that the Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) equipment it supplies from Picosun is being used in the fast, cost-efficient mass production of next generation 3D capacitors, as part of an EU development programme. These devices will be suitable for use, for example, in pacemakers and other implantable medical devices, electric cars, and highly efficient memories for computers and mobile devices.
20th December 2013


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