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Digital Oscilloscope for Analyzing Complex Signals

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

LeCroy announced the launch of the second in its series of SiGe (silicon germanium) based WaveMaster™ models. The SiGe technology allows LeCroy to more than double two key specifications compared to its previous WavePro scopes: the bandwidth and the sampling rate of each input channel. The WaveMaster series also incorporates X-Stream™ technology, a new method of handling the data generated by long, complex signals....

Protocol Tester With UMTS Simulation and Emulation Features

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Tektronix announced a new solution package that enables the development and deployment of more complex network elements for Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) mobile networks. The UMTS Solution Package for the K1297-G20 protocol tester adds important new UMTS monitoring, simulation, emulation and conformance testing features to address the increased complexity of 3G network elements....

Hand-Held Spectrum Analyzer

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Anritsu introduces the MS2711B handheld spectrum analyzer that simplifies the testing and analysis of digital wireless signals. New key features include a preamplifier and tracking generator. With the preamplifier option, the MS2711B can measure signal levels down to -115 dBm. The tracking generator is ideal for tuning of cavity filters, adjusting repeater gain and antenna alignment....


Variable rate multi-gigabit serial links provide flexibility in communications system design

April 4, 2002 5:00 am | Comments

By: Michael T. Moore, Senior Applications Engineer Cypress Semiconductor Introduction Many communications standards today utilize serial links as their primary channel. These standards use different frequencies of operation, which may cause headaches for designers who need to use different PHYs to support each standard....


April 3, 2002 9:01 am | Comments

Quality Wireless & Microwave Components & Subsystems MCE/Weinschel develops, manufactures, markets, and sells high quality microwave and RF components and subsystems for wireless mobile and broadband infrastructure and test applications. Weinschel's mission is to provide superior design capabilities, products of consistent high quality, innovative solutions, and a high level of service to help its customers compete in toda...

RF Micro Devices&reg

April 3, 2002 9:01 am | Comments

Providing Communication Solutions™ RF Micro Devices® combines cutting-edge talent and revolutionary technology with its ability to design and manufacture state-of-the-art components to establish itself as a leader in the wireless communications industry. Since 1991, RF Micro Devices has grown from a small design house into one of the biggest players in the wireless market....

WL. Gore & Associates, Inc.

April 3, 2002 9:01 am | Comments

Providing Creative Technologies Worldwide WL. Gore & Associates, Inc. is a worldwide leader in producing products designed to be the highest quality in their class and revolutionary in their effect. For more than forty years, Gore has pioneered the use of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) to manufacture reliable products that assure our customers innovative solutions to the most challenging industrial applications....

Teledyne Relays

April 3, 2002 9:01 am | Comments

Switching Solutions Innovator and Industry Leader Teledyne Relays offers a wide range of electromechanical and solid-state switching devices for RF, wireless, high-speed digital, instrumentation, semiconductor test, heating and lighting, power and motor control, commercial aviation, military and space applications....


WJ Communications, Inc.

April 3, 2002 9:01 am | Comments

About the Company... WJ Communications, Inc., is the commercial product descendent of Watkins-Johnson Company. Watkins-Johnson Company, founded in 1957, designed and manufactured quality microwave components, subsystems, and systems for the defense marketplace for four decades. WJ's telecommunications products began in 1995 as an entrepreneurial activity; with the goal of combining WJ's technical expertise coupled with cost-effective desi...

Molex RF/Microwave

April 3, 2002 9:00 am | Comments

Bringing People & Technology Together, Worldwide SM Quality RF/Microwave Connectors From Molex Molex is at the forefront of today's RF/Microwave technologies and will provide you with complete support at every phase of your product life cycle. Not only do we offer a complete family of RF/Microwave connector products, we have the ability to produce custom products for your specific applications....

SMT Modular Jacks

April 1, 2002 4:00 am | Comments

FCI's Communications, Data and Consumer (CDC) Division (formerly Electronics) today announced its SMT Modular Jacks that mate with standard modular telephone plugs....

Feedthru Capacitors For EMI Suppression

April 1, 2002 4:00 am | Comments

AVX Corporation's Advanced Product Group offers a new series of miniature ceramic chip components that combine capacitor and inductor elements in a single distributed constant circuit filter. Designated the W2H/W3H Series, these surface mountable chip filters are the latest addition to AVX's series of integrated passive components for EMI noise suppression in high-speed applications....

Coaxial Attenuators

April 1, 2002 4:00 am | Comments

Elcom Systems Inc announces our new Model AT-76, 75 ohm, 2 to 20 dB, BNC coaxial attenuators, for use from DC to 1.5 GHz. These units have aged resistor networks for stability....

Current Sense Transformer

April 1, 2002 4:00 am | Comments

The new CT317 Series Surface Mount Current Sense Transformer from Datatronic features the industry's lowest seated profile at a mere 0.160 inches (4.0 mm) above the circuit board and can operate very effectively over the temperature range of -55°C to +130°C. The CT317 Series transformers are ideally suited for applications where board space is very tight and reliable performance is critical....

Tubular Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor

April 1, 2002 4:00 am | Comments

The top temperature for all but a few aluminum electrolytic capacitor types is only 85 °C or 105 °C or less because higher temperatures require seals capable of withstanding high-pressure and exceed the stability limits of affordable electrolyte systems. However, with the new demands for 125 °C rated capacitors for automotive applications and for long-life and military switching-power applications, Cornell Dubilier has developed...


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