Test & Measurement
Sensor technology makes shadows a game changer
Precision measurement is essential for many industries. A team of researchers at CSEM has developed a sensing technology that sets new standards in this field – by using the interplay of light and shadow.
Anritsu enhances Network Master Pro MT1040A
Anritsu introduces the 400G (QSFP-DD) multi-rate module MU104014B that supports the new interface standard OpenZR+, as a module of the Network Master Pro MT1040A. OpenZR+ enables low-cost Data Centre Interconnects (DCI) and metro network construction.
Keysight introduces high-bandwidth oscilloscope probes
Keysight Technologies introduces the InfiniiMax 4 Series high-bandwidth oscilloscope probes, expanding its portfolio of high-frequency probes to cover bandwidths up to 52 GHz. As the industry's only solution with a high-impedance probe head operating at more than 50 GHz, the InfiniiMax 4 series provides digital designers with a turn-key probing solution for high-speed digital, semiconductor, and wafer applications.
Sensors enhance visual flow indicators
ELESA has introduced advanced visual flow indicators, enhanced with PLC-compatible sensors and impeller-mounted activating clips.
Parker introduces the Parker Service Master COMPACT
Parker Hannifin has announced the launch of The Parker Service Master COMPACT, a powerful device that provides real-time monitoring and diagnostics for mobile equipment and industrial hydraulics applications.
Rohde & Schwarz, VIAVI demo O-RAN test solution
Rohde & Schwarz and VIAVI Solutions have developed an O-RAN conformance test solution supporting several Open Testing and Integration Centres.
Oscilloscope probes operate at 52 GHz
The InfiniiMax 4 series high-bandwidth oscilloscope probes, expands Keysight Technologies’ portfolio of high-frequency probes to cover bandwidths up to 52 GHz.
Signal source analyzers jump to higher frequencies
Keysight Technologies has extended its SSA-X Signal Source Analyzer portfolio with three new higher frequency models – 26.5 GHz, 44 GHZ and 54 GHz – giving radio frequency (RF) engineers integrated, one-box phase noise and signal source analysis solutions for advanced wireless communications, radar, and high-speed digital applications.
MIT develops 3D-printed mass spectrometer components
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed miniaturised, 3D-printed components for mass spectrometers.
FlexEnable’s flexible active optics AR/VR evaluation kits
FlexEnable has announced the launch of flexible active optical evaluation kits for AR and VR devices.