77GHz radar sensor targets harsh environments
A 77GHz radar sensor, designed for use in harsh environments, has been released by Sivers IMA. Suitable for conditions such as fog, smoke or gas, the RS3400W04-A offers an alternative solution to lasers, ultrasound or video-based devices. The sensor features small antennas, making it suitable for applications with a limited space.
Tektronix Communications Acquires Newfield Wireless
Tektronix Communications has acquired Newfield Wireless a privately held pioneer in next-generation mobile network optimisation with geoanalytics intelligence. Within the mobile network, the Radio Access Network (RAN) portion includes thousands of wireless cell towers deployed across vast geographies. Good management of the RAN assures quality performance to subscribers but historically has been very costly to the mobile network operator (MN...
Amplicon signs technical distribution deal with INSYS icom
Amplicon has agreed a strategic distribution partnership with INSYS icom. The UK-based distributor becomes the official technical distributor of INSYS icom’s industrial data communication product portfolio. The new partnership strengthens Amplicon position as a leading provider of data communications, industrial computing, measurement and control equipment.
Microsemi high power MOSFETs target RF and broadband applications
Microsemi has expanded its high-frequency VDMOS MOSFET family with two higher power, higher voltage products. Designed to operate in the industrial, scientific and medical frequency range of 2-60 MHz, the VRF2944 and VRF3933 MOSFETs are ideally suited to applications including commercial and defence RF power and broadband communications requiring high power and gain without compromising reliability, ruggedness or inter-modulation distortion.
Mantracourt announce 100mm wireless LED display
Mantracourt has today introduced a new large format LED display that has been designed to integrate into their highly respected T24 wireless instrumentation product range. A four digit display with 100 mm (4 inch) character format, the T24-LD1 enables the remote display of instrumentation data from multiple wireless sensors such as strain gauges, load cells and wind speed sensors.
Toshiba introduces wireless LAN SDHC memory cards
Toshiba has today announced its next-generation FlashAir wireless LAN SD cards, offering increased capacity and enhanced wireless functionality. The latest 16GB FlashAir offers double card capacity, enables easy and flexible sharing of photos, and operates at speeds that reduce data transfer time by 30 per cent.
Caravan Alarm System Controlled by LPRS Wireless Keyfob and Receiver Module
LPRS, Europe’s leading supplier of short-range radio devices is supplying their Duet wireless Keyfob and RX3 AM receiver module control to state-of-the-art alarm systems for caravan manufacturers and owners.
ADLINK Technology Announces Latest Industrial Mobile Handheld Device
ADLINK Technology announce the IMX-2000, the first ever industrial mobile handheld device utilizing the Android 2.3 operating system. Combining high-performance RFID, barcode scanner and 3G/WLAN wireless transmission functions to satisfy diverse application requirements, the IMX-2000 can be applied in a wide range of industries. Applications include fully supported logistics management, transportation and factory automation.
Marvell Powers china's Tier 1 Mobile OEM K-Touchs First Smartphone for China Mobile
Marvell today announced the entrance of China’s Tier 1 mobile OEM, K-Touch, into the Time Division Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access smartphone market. The new K-Touch T660 is equipped with a large 4-inch screen that delivers superior performance at the 1,000 RMB price point. The T660, which features the Marvell PXA920H single-chip communications processor, will be available on China Mobile, the country’s largest carrier with more tha...
Fairchild Semiconductor's Enhanced Reset Timers Give Mobile Device Users a Simple Reset Solution for Hardware Lock Ups
As technology becomes more advanced, consumers are conducting more of their business and personal lives on mobile devices. With so much infrastructure being built into these devices, having simple solutions that resolve system freezes quickly is critical. Fairchild Semiconductor's newly expanded line of reset timers provide a better solution for mobile device lock ups and freezes.