Rohde & Schwarz 170GHz power sensors
Rohde & Schwarz is launching its new R&S NRP170TWG(N) thermal power sensor, designed for precise power level measurements in the D-band.
TDK releases ASIL C stray-field robust 3D HAL sensors
TDK has extended its Micronas 3D HAL position sensor family with new HAL 3930-4100 and HAR 3930-4100 for automotive and industrial applications.
Thermal power sensors aim at 6G R&D
Rohde & Schwarz is launching the new R&S NRP170TWG(N) thermal power sensor for precise power level measurements in the D-band.
LEM launches 800V HAH3DR current sensor
LEM has launched the HAH3DR S07/SP42, a new compact current sensor designed for 800V three-phase power modules.
Redesigning RTD-based temperature sensors for the smart factory age
The old saying 'if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it' cautions against tampering with something that performs reliably and regularly proves its worth. Arguably, this advice applies to the circuit design used in many RTD sensors that quietly and efficiently measure temperature in industrial manufacturing facilities worldwide.
What is exposure time? Benefits of long and short exposure in medical imaging
Medical imaging has empowered healthcare professionals to visualise the internal structures of the human body and diagnose various conditions.
Renesas introduces 32-bit RX MCU
Renesas has expanded its 32-bit microcontroller (MCU) offering with a new RX device for high-end industrial sensor systems.
NewTek’s sensors enhanced for high-temp tolerance
NewTek Sensor Solutions introduces several Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDTs) designed to endure extended temperatures up to 204oC (400°F), catering to applications susceptible to temperature fluctuations.
Are ultrasonic sensors the better alternative to electrodes in prosthetics?
In the field of biomedical engineering, particularly in prosthetics, a shift from traditional electrode-based systems to more advanced technologies like ultrasonic sensors is gaining traction.
The future of smart textiles in daily life
Smart textiles are changing how we interact with the environment around us; fabrics are moving beyond their traditional roles to become integral and interactive components in our everyday lives.