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examine data methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelations. AKA: Analysers

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  • ASK/FSK Demodulation Software

    S1220 - Rigol Technologies Inc.

    Operating with RIGOL's DSA832, DSA832E, or DSA875 Spectrum Analyzer, the demodulation software provides our customers with a cost effective tool set for investigating, visualizing, and analyzing ASK and FSK signals. S1220 enables engineers to: Decode real time ASK and FSK RF signals, Identify timing errors, Analyze noise and range tradeoffs, Visualize baseband data, Capture and compare RF signal parameters. To get started you will need to download and install the software on your PC. You should first install our UltraSigma Communication Suite. Be aware, this download contains a full driver set and all required tools and as such it is a large download (>500MB). Make sure you have a good internet connection. Then you can install S1220.

  • Automated Meter Teste

    4 SERIES - Powermetrix Systems

    The 4 Series Automated Meter Tester is yet another innovative product introduced by Powermetrix. This analyzer boasts many features that make it the most functional, versatile, and user-friendly meter tester on the market today. It is a closed-link meter testing solution that sources current up to 30A or 50A (depending on model) and operates on all voltages up to 530V with no switch changes required. It also facilitates testing of most ANSI socket based meters using our newly-engineered universal zero insertion force meter socket. All this functionality comes in a field-rugged case yet is still the lightest product in its class by a wide margin. With models featuring internal reference standards of 0.02% and 0.04% accuracy, there is a 4 Series Automated Meter Tester available to fit virtually any need.

  • Amplitude Detectors with Isolators

    Sage Millimeter, Inc.

    Full band waveguide detectors are GaAs beam lead Schottky diode-based detectors that are specially designed for millimeterwave network analyzer applications. With a proprietary circuitry design and careful diode selection, these zero-biased detectors exhibit high sensitivity and extremely flat output characteristics. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 18 to 170 GHz and offers a 1 MHz video bandwidth and 1 MΩ video output impedance. The standard models also have the capacity to handle a maximum RF input power of up to +17 dBm. The RF interface of these detectors is a standard waveguide with an integrated Faraday isolator to improve the port VSWR. The output voltage polarity is negative and the connector type is a female SMA. Other configurations are offered as custom models.

  • Current Sensing Probe

    Teseq AG

    The CSP 9160 is a broadband RF current sensor probe as defined in CISPR 16-1-2. Beside the compliance measurements of asymmetrical disturbance currents as e.g. required in CISPR 16-2-1 and CISPR 22, the probe can be used in a number of diagnostic applications to measure superimposed RF currents flowing in conductors, or cable harnesses.A convenient feature of the CSP 9160 is that, from 100 kHz to 120 MHz, it has a flat frequency response with a 0 dB transducer factor, allowing voltage measurements to be read as current, directly without any correction. The probe can be easily and quickly clipped around the cable under test and the RF currents measured using an oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, or EMI receiver. Its large aperture (25.4 mm) can accommodate most cables and can handle power lines with currents up to 50 amps.

  • Data Logging & Graphing Picoammeter

    9103 - RBD Instruments, Inc.

    Almost every vacuum lab has a Keithley picoammeter and some kind of bias supply to measure electron or ion currents in a vacuum chamber. The concept of the 9103 USB Picoammeter is to provide a better value in a combination of a picoammeter and target bias supply that also provides the flexibility of an easy to use software interface, data logging and graphing capability with user programmability. The 9103 Picoammeter design was inspired by 30+ years of using Keithley electrometers in conjunction with an external target bias supply to measure DC current from electron and ion sources in vacuum related hardware. Designed for use with electron microscopes, analyzers and spectrometers, the 9103 has a useful DC low current measurement range of low pA to low mA.

  • Data Storage Media/Head Manufacturing

    KLA-Tencor Corp

    Growth in data storage and management system is being driven by a wave of innovative consumer electronics with small form factors and immense data storage capacities. Our process control equipments and yield management solutions help customers rapidly understand and resolve complex manufacturing problems, resulting in faster time to market and increased product yields. In the front-end and back-end of thin-film head wafer manufacturing, we are the leading provider of the same process control equipment with which we serve the semiconductor industry. We offer an extensive range of process control test equipment and surface profilers with particular strength in photolithography and magnetics control. In substrate and media manufacturing data for process control, we offer metrology and defect inspection systems with KLA-Tencor''s optical surface analyzers and magnetic and optical mappers.

  • DC Power Module 0-5V, 0-10A, 50W

    N6731B - Keysight Technologies

    The Keysight N6731B is a 50 W basic DC power module that provides programmable voltage and current, measurement and protection features at a very economical price, making these modules suitable to power the device under test or to provide power for ATE system resources such as fixture control.This module is used in both the small, multiple output 1U high N6700 Low-Profile Modular Power System (for ATE systems) and the multiple output N6705 DC Power Analyzer (for bench testing). GPIB, LAN, USB, and LXI compliance are standard with all mainframes. Select from more than 30 different DC power modules, ranging in capability from basic to high precision, and power from 20 - 500 W.Learn more. View video demo

  • Dynamic Dilution Calibrator

    Model T700 - Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation

    The Model T700 is a microprocessor based calibrator for precision gas analyzers. Using highly accurate mass flow controllers combined with compressed sources of standard gases, calibration standards are provided for multipoint span and zero calibrations using up to 4 gas sources.The Model T700 can be equipped with an optional UV ozone generator for accurate, dependable ozone calibrations, and to enable production of NO2 when blended with NO gas in the included, internal gas phase titration (GPT) chamber. An optional photometer allows even more precise control of the ozone generator giving accurate and dependable ozone calibrations and enhanced GPTs. To ensure the highest accuracy of NO2 output, the T700 with the photometer option can measure the ozone concentration prior to performing a GPT. A nearly unlimited number of calibration sequences may be programmed into the non-volatile memory of the Model T700, covering time periods up to a year.

  • Ethernet 400G Verification IP

    VC Verification IP (VIP) - Synopsys, Inc.

    Synopsys VC Verification IP (VIP) is architected to address the challenges of verifying today's highly sophisticated and complex SoC designs. VC VIP is written entirely in SystemVerilog to deliver greater performance, ease-of-use and extensibility to speed and simplify test bench development, verification and debug. The VC VIP portfolio of bus memory and interface VIP includes support for Verdi Protocol Analyzer, a simulator independent protocol aware debug environment that enables users to quickly debug protocol and memory issues and easily share protocol-based simulation results across teams. VC VIP is implemented entirely in SystemVerilog and architected for native support of UVM and VMM without the need for methodology-level interoperability wrappers or language translations. It provides full visibility into classes, callbacks, and messages and enables true SystemVerilog-based constraints. This streamlining of the VIP structure results in much greater performance and methodology support; it also provides support across all simulators without degrading performance or methodology.

  • Dual Core Noise Test System

    DCNTS - Noise eXtended Technologies S.A.S.

    The DCNTS is a two channel Phase and Amplitude noise analyzer. Its dual demodulator architecture allows the system to use cross-correlation to cancel its internal noise and limitation; it is like comparing the outputs of 2 systems and only display the similarities while rejecting differences.It is capable of measuring absolute phase or amplitude noise but also residual phase noise under CW or pulsed conditions. The input frequency goes from a few MHz to 140 GHz. Residual noise testing is for devices like frequency multipliers or dividers, amplifiers or any other phase coherent input to output device.Pulse compatible, the system is perfect for very demanding Defense and Aerospace applications. Its state of the art dynamic range makes it the lowest noise floor instrument of the market.

  • Net-xTVMS and IPT Monitoring

    NET Research Corp.

    Net-XTvMS Solutions offers several key products for telecom cable, mobile operators and carriersNet-XTvMS has solutions for Network Inventory, Planning and Configuration, Billing & CRM, Provisioniong and Network Rollout ManagementNet-XTvMS offers Tools & Components for Workflow Management, Reporting, Data Modeling and Migration, Failure/Outage Management, Augemented reality and Floor Plans.Scaleable architecture from 5 to 200 NET-100, NET-200, NET-300 or NET-500 probes adapts to small and large networksEach NET-XXX probe monitors up to XXX IPTV and DVB-C channelsVideo/audio quality of service is measured with over 30 specialized metrics, including TR101290The NET-EVSR Enteprise Server scans each probe and collects their alarmsAll Error and Alarm events have their intensity and number controlled by settable thresholds User interfaces via NET-NMSC Network Management System Client graphical interfaceOptional NET-MOZC Mozaic Analyzer located at the headend allows live viewing and image analysis of multiple video channels with scanning through all.

  • MIL-STD-1553 Ethernet Data Acquisition Module

    eDAQ-1553 - Avionics Interface Technologies

    The eDAQ-1553 module is a compact, simple to use solution for streaming MIL-STD1553 bus data over a Ethernet local area networks (LANs). No external software or setup is required. At power-on the unit simply streams all MIL-STD-1553 bus data to a UDP stream on the Ethernet LAN interface of the module. The LAN data stream can be configured to unicast to a single LAN host or to multicast allowing the bus data to be accessed from any host system on the LAN. MIL-STD-1553 bus data is streamed over the LAN in standard IRIG 106 Chapter 10 format for use by a wide variety of 3rd party telemetry and data recording instruments or for capture and display using AIT''''s MIL-STD-1553 Flight Simulyzer Analyzer software.

  • Near-Field Probes 100 kHz up to 50 MHz

    LF1 set - Langer EMV-Technik GmbH

    The LF1 near-field probe set consists of 4 shielded near-field probes used during the development process for emission measurement of longwave, medium wave, and shortwave frequencies on electronic devices. The probe heads of the LF1 set are designed for incremental detection of sources of electromagnetic interference on assemblies. First, the electromagnetic interference of the assembly is detected by the LF-R 400 probe from up to 10 cm. Then probes with higher resolution like the LF-B 3, LF-U 5 and LF-U 2.5 are used to more precisely detect any source of interference. The probe heads are designed for taking measurements at single pins and larger components. Near-field probes are small and handy. They have a current attenuating sheath and, therefore, are electrically shielded. They can be connected to a spectrum analyzer or an oscilloscope with a 50 Ω input. The H-field probes do not have an internal terminating resistance of 50 Ω.

  • Near Field Probes 30 MHz up to 3 GHz

    RF2 set - Langer EMV-Technik GmbH

    The RF2 near field probe set consists of 4 passive near field probes for measurements in the development phase of the magnetic field in the range from 30 MHz to 3 GHz on electronic assemblies. The probe heads of the RF2 set allow the step by step localization of interference sources of the RF magnetic field on assemblies. From greater distances the electromagnetic interference can be detected by RF-R 400-1 and RF-R 50-1 probes. The RF-B 3-2 and RF-U 5-2 probes with their higher resolution can more precisely detect the interference sources. Field orientation and field distribution on an electronic assembly can be detected through a trained special use of the near field probe. The near field probes are small and handy. They have a sheath current attenuation and are electrically shielded. They can be connected to a spectrum analyzer or an oscilloscope with a 50 Ω input. They do not have an internal terminating resistance.

  • Near Field Probes 30 MHz up to 3 GHz

    RF6 set - Langer EMV-Technik GmbH

    The RF6 near field probe set consists of 2 passive magnetic field probes and 2 passive E field probes for measurements in the development phase of the E-field and magnetic field in the range from 30 MHz to 3 GHz on electronic assemblies. The probe heads of the RF6 set allow a step by step localization of interference sources of the RF magnetic field and RF-E-field on an assembly. From a larger distance the electromagnetic interference is detected by RF-R 50-1 for the magnetic field and by RF-E 02 for the E-field. The RF-B 3-2 and RF-E 10 probes with their higher resolution can more presicely detect the interference sources of the magnetic field and the E-field. Field orientation and field distribution on an electronic assembly can be detected by special guidiance of the near field probe. The near field probes are small and handy. They have a sheath current attenuation and are electrically shielded. They can be connected to a spectrum analyzer or an oscilloscope with a 50 Ω input. They do not have an internal terminating resistance.