Megger now offers a palm-sized, battery-operated proving unit that provides a substitute voltage source for testing a two-pole tester.
Elo Touch Solutions recently announced its ‘Elo @ The Office’ solutions designed to enhance communications, optimize collaboration, and boost productivity in office environments.
Wireless capabilities have now been brought to precision noncontact displacement sensors by Lion Precision, which has adapted its high-performance eddy-current sensors to use a wireless interface for measurement data.
Rohde & Schwarz has added power analysis options and a new differential wideband probe to its portfolio of analysis solutions for clocked power supplies.
Silicon Image recently announced that its 60 GHz WirelessHD technology is designed into Epson’s newly introduced line of PowerLite Home Cinema 3D 1080p 3LCD projectors—the PowerLite Home Cinema 5030Ube...
Cypress Semiconductor recently introduced a new controller in its TrueTouch Gen5 family that brings noise-immunity touchscreen control technology to superphones, smartphones, tablets, and e-readers...
Security surveillance over large distances is now possible thanks to the new infrared Dragon Dome LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors...
Teseq has expanded its extensive line of over 60 CDNs (coupling/decoupling networks) for EMC RF conducted immunity testing, according to IEC/EN 61000-4-6, with several new models...
RFMW announces design and sales support for the TQL9047 gain block from TriQuint Semiconductor.
The nRF51922 System-on-Chip will allow the development of products that natively support ANT+ and Bluetooth low energy wireless technology and mean product developers; end users will no longer be forced to choose between these two previously incompatible wireless technologies.
Osram Opto Semiconductors has introduced a new 2-chip version of the Oslon Black Flat LED. As with other LEDs from the Oslon Black Flat family, the new version features a high level of brightness and is suitable for all headlight functions.
Richardson RFPD has announced immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a new ultra-wideband, SMA-connectorized Bias-T from Wavelex.
The 60 GHz frequency range, while desirable to engineers and developers wanting to experiment with transmitting high-bandwidth data at high speeds, is expensive and difficult to integrate with available solutions. Pasternack’s solution is equally effective at a fraction of the cost due to its Silicon-Germanium (SiGe) construction.
Skyworks Solutions introduces a low noise amplifier with high linearity and excellent return loss, drawing as low as 5 mA of bias current. Target applications include general purpose ISM band and high frequency wireless metering, sensors, microphones, military, and battery-powered solutions.
MACOM has announced an integrated core chip for the 8 – 11 GHz frequency range. Containing 6-bits of phase control, 6-bits of attenuation control and 26 dB of gain, MACOM’s Core Chip is an easy to use serial/parallel interface in a surface mount QFN package.