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16-Bit Arbitrary Waveform Generators with 1.25 GS/s Sample Rate
21 January 2016 - Spectrum released two Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWG's) that set new standards for speed, precision and size. The models offer one or two channels each capable of outputting electronic signals at rates of up to 1.25 Gigasamples/second (GS/s) with 16-bit vertical resolution. The combination makes these new AWG's ideal for generating high frequency signals up to 400 MHz with the best possible accuracy and fidelity.
Simultaneous Acquisition of high-speed Data and slower CANbus Signals
20 January 2016 - The new version of HBM's Perception software for ultra high-speed data acquisition also simultaneously acquires slower CANbus signals while simplifying handling with freely definable buttons (User Keys). Perception and Genesis high-speed data acquisition instruments are ideally suited for measuring at extremely high measuring rates and processing large quantities of data.
SIGLENT Technologies releases new Spectrum Analyzer Series
19 January 2016 - SIGLENT Technologies introduced its newest member of the X-Instrument family, the SSA3000X Series Spectrum Analyzer series. With its optional tracking generator (up to 3.2 GHz), bright and easy-to-read display, and high-accuracy / high-resolution measurement capability, the SSA3000 series spectrum analyzer is designed to test and analyze signals in the 9 kHz to 2.1 GHz / 3.2 GHz range. As the newest member of SIGLENT’s X-Instrument family the SSA3000X feaatures a 10.1-inch WVGA（1024x600) wide screen display and user-friendly interface.
X-Ray Inspection System keeps Pace with Production Cycle
19 January 2016 - With a new version of the X-ray system software PILOT AXI, GOEPEL electronic opens up new possibilities for combined X-ray and optical inspection (AXOI) of complex assemblies. Several new functions now provide the user of the X-Line 3D with even more test coverage at high speeds for the user.
3D DF Antenna from 9 kHz to 40 GHz for Spectrum Monitoring
18 January 2016 - Aaronia presents the new 360 ° DF Antenna IsoLOG 3D for broadband real-time spectrum monitoring. Available in different versions the IsoLOG 3D covers a frequency range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz. The array consists of a total number from 16 to 40 directional antennas with horizontal and vertical polarization. Additionally 8 to 16 special LF antennas can be added in order to cover a frequency range starting at 9 kHz. Overall, the antenna can be equipped with up to 64 independent antennas.
Rohde & Schwarz launched its first Handheld Oscilloscope
15 January 2016 - The new R&S Scope Rider handheld oscilloscope of Rohde & Schwarz combines five instruments in a compact format, and its rugged design makes it perfect for mobile installation and maintenance work. The instrument features isolated input and communications interfaces. It meets CAT IV standards and can carry out measurements on low‑voltage installation sources up to 600 V.
Inline 3D Topographical & Imaging AOI
14 January 2016 - The completely new ISO-Spector from AOI manufacturer Mek (Marantz Electronics) is an AOI system for the full across-the-board inspection of components and solder joints. Unlike other methods of height measurement, ISO-Spector technology enables inspection of heights up to 30 mm (1.2"), and is practically immune to vibrations from nearby placement machines which might otherwise cause blurry images and therefore inaccurate and non-repeatable results during production.
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