Aeroflex Incorporated has announced the introduction of the new 3920B Digital Radio Test Set for Analog AM and FM, Digital P25, P25 Phase II, DMR, NXDN, dPMR, TETRA, and TEDS technologies.
Arizona State University researchers Karl Sieradzki and Qing Chen have been experimenting with dealloying lithium-tin alloys, and seeing the potential for the nanostructures they are producing to spark advances in lithium-ion batteries, as well as in expanding the range of methods for creating new nanoporous materials using the dealloying process.
Qantek has introduced their new QC16 Series Surface Mount Crystal, their smallest crystal unit yet. The QC16, measuring a micro miniature 1.6 x 1.2 x 0.4 mm, is specially designed for high density circuit applications.
Harwin has increased the flexibility of its industry-recognized 2 mm pitch Datamate hi-rel connector family with new versions. The company now offers its single-in-line, surface mount version in vertical configuration, while the recently-announced extra-small bore product is now available with jack screws for extra mating security.
RFMW has announced design and sales support for TriQuint Semiconductor’s integrated limiter/LNA multi-chip module TGM2543-SM. The TriQuint TGM2543-SM is targeted at the Radar market where 4 to 20 GHz frequency coverage in a surface mount package offers cost and performance benefits.
NTE has added a new series of Economy Trimmers to their Potentiometer & Trimmer line. The trimmers are 3/8" square single turn, cermet, and side adjustable.
NTE has added three NEW 25 A, TO-220 Isolated Tab SCR's to their Semiconductor line: NTE5552-I (200 V), NTE5554-I (400 V), NTE5556-I (600 V).
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More and more manufacturers are offering their products cooperatively through small retailers, as well as in web shops. Researchers have developed a new RF clip with which products can be labeled. It helps avoid duplicate sales.
RFMW announced design and sales support for TriQuint Semiconductor’s TAT9988, an ultra-linear GaAs/GaN amplifier MMIC intended for output stage amplification in CATV infrastructure applications.
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Just as patients communicate their symptoms to doctors – smart technology is allowing infrastructure to tell civil engineers when something is wrong. Sensors installed on bridges, in roadways, and on maintenance vehicles, are communicating real-time performance and weather data, allowing engineers to solve problems before they occur.
Measurement Specialties has introduced a rugged, triaxial DC accelerometer for steady state, low-g vibration measurements and high-g transient shock measurements. The new piezo-resistive, MEMS-based Model 3803A provides accurate triaxial measurement under harsh operating conditions.
Pulse Electronics Corporation has introduced its new vehicular mount antenna for 3G, 4G long term evolution (LTE), WLAN, and GPS applications. The GPSDM700/5800SSS (black) and GPSDMW700/5800SSS (white) offer the best gain on the market over multiple frequency bands.
RFMW has announced design and sales support for a small profile, high power termination from EMC Technology. Employing an Aluminum Nitride substrate, the SMT252503ALN2F handles up to 150 W.
Vishay Intertechnology introduced a new series of high-power surface-mount multilayer ceramic chip capacitors (MLCCs) in the quad 0505 and 1111 case sizes. Designed for high-frequency RF applications in telecommunications, medical, military, and industrial equipment and instrumentation.
Phase Matrix has participated in the demonstration of the world's first 100 GHz real-time oscilloscope. The demonstration is a broadband downconverter, which allows the successful acquisitioning and displaying of live signals at 100 GHz bandwidth.
Fox Electronics now offers the FTM Series of surface mount OCXOs that is ideally suited as the timing reference for network synchronization. The new SMD OCXO offers specifications suitable for communication equipment.
Innovative Integration announced the ePC-K7. The ePC-K7 is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes a full Windows/Linux PC and supports a wide assortment of ultimate-performance FMC modules.
AVX Corporation has introduced the new TransFeed Automotive Series, which combines the best electrical characteristics of its TransGuard Transient Voltage Suppressors and its Feedthru Capacitors in a single chip to provide state-of-the-art overvoltage circuit protection and EMI reduction over a much broader range of frequencies than comparable devices.
The Soft-case series of hand held enclosures from OKW is now available from stock molded in Biograde bioplastic material. Biograde is a CO2 neutral material, technically compostable and biodegradable, and has similar mechanical and physical properties to ABS.
MEN Micro now offers an insertion frame that enables the company’s box PCs to be easily incorporated into a standard 19” rack mount system. The 1U, lightweight frame holds many of the company’s expansive line of box PCs, whether the system is designed for mobile, wireless, storage, fieldbus, or graphics functionality.
The Cullen Foundation and The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research (TIRR) have awarded grants to a robotics research project by the University of Houston (UH) and The Methodist Hospital Research Institute (TMHRI). The Cullen Foundation has directed $495,000 in philanthropic support to the research project and the TIRR Foundation has given $200,000 to purchase Rehab Rex.
Microchip Technology announced a new six-member family of temperature sensor ICs called the EMC118X. This is the world’s first family of temp sensors with 1.8 V SMBus and I2C communications.