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  • Waveguide Switches

    Dow-Key Mircowave Corporation

    Waveguide switches are electromagnetic switches with hollow circular or rectangular cross-sections and are used for routing RF energy in microwave communications, broadcasting, and in radar applications. Waveguide switches can be used to transfer both power and communication signals, and the bandwidth of a waveguide is in relation to its size, and thus always referred to by its size (e.g. WR112, WR90, WR75 etc.). Compared to coaxial switches, waveguides can route extremely high power signals over a narrow bandwidth at low to high frequencies, and now Lightweight Waveguide series is available.

  • Optical Sensors

    Bee Instruments

    Optical (Infra-Red) Proximity Switches with advanced and reliable technology for every application offer a flexible solution for automation, where other Proximity Switches can not perform. Optical Proximity Switches have distinct advantage of higher sensing distance over Inductive and Capacitive types. These can work more reliably in noisy electromagnetic field. As an Infra-red wavelength is used, it is immune to visible light interference.

  • PSG Vector Signal Generator, 100 kHz to 44 GHz

    E8267D - Keysight Technologies

    Test advanced receivers with realistic wideband radar, EW and Satcom waveforms with metrology-grade performance and versatile capabilitiesSimulate complex electromagnetic environments with up to 4 GHz of bandwidthReduce the time you spend creating complex signals with Signal Studio software: pulse building, noise power ratio (NPR), multi-tone signals, wireless & moreMaster your most complex signal requirements with the industry's best SSB phase noise: 143 dBc/Hz at 1 GHz (10 kHz offset)

  • Multiphysics Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Simulation & Analysis

    STAR-CCM+ - Siemens Digital Industries Software

    STAR-CCM+ is a stand-alone simulation solution for computational fluid dynamics (CFD), computational solid mechanics (CSM), heat transfer, particle dynamics, reacting flow, electrochemistry, electromagnetics, acoustics and rheology. STAR-CCM+ delivers accurate and efficient simulation technologies through a single integrated user interface and automated workflows. This facilitates the analysis and exploration of complex real-world problems.

  • Pin-Pointing System

    Protrac® - BAUR Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH

    Fast and precise cable fault pin-pointing with protrac The BAUR protrac pin-pointing system is used for the precise pin-pointing ofcable and cable sheath faults. Combining acoustic and electromagnetic faultpin-pointing with sheath fault location in one system, it is ideal for universal application.* Unique operating convenience thanks to wireless Bluetooth® connections* Precise 3D user guidance to the fault* Excellent acoustic quality and range* Saves time thanks to use of cable route data and the pre-located fault position from the BAUR Fault Location App

  • Linear Amplifiers

    LA Series - Motion Control Systems, Inc.

    Motion Control Systems'' linear amplifiers are high performance servo controllers that produce very smooth sinusoidal motor currents using a linear amplifier output stage. In combination with a sinusoidally wound MCS brushless motor, the linear amplifier can achieve extremely precise rotational control with less than 1% torque ripple, no acoustic noise and almost undetectable levels of electromagnetic interference. Standard programmable features allow greater design flexibility, easy installation and start-up.

  • Amplifiers

    Motion Control Systems, Inc.

    Motion Control Systems'' linear amplifiers are high performance servo controllers that produce very smooth sinusoidal motor currents using a linear amplifier output stage. In combination with a sinusoidally wound MCS brushless motor, the linear amplifier can achieve extremely precise rotational control with less than 1% torque ripple, no acoustic noise and almost undetectable levels of electromagnetic interference. Standard programmable features allow greater design flexibility, easy installation and start-up.

  • Non-Invasive In-Service Survey Solution

    EMI Surveyor - Doble Engineering

    Doble's EMI Surveyor is a non-invasive, in-service survey solution that can identify more than 70 different electrical and mechanical defects in generators, motors, bus duct and other high-voltage (HV) electrical plant equipment. The EMI Surveyor measures the release of electromagnetic (EMI) energy resulting from HV electrical insulation-related partial discharge defects, corona, random noise, as well as LV/HV mechanical conductor-related arcing defects and sparking.

  • Measurement Power Amplifier

    Qam - QSources BVBA

    The amplifier is DSP controlled, with a very straightforward operation. Included is a white/pink noise signal generator. The internal signal module provides low crest noise signals to be able to reach high power levels from sound sources or electromagnetic shaker. External input of signal is equally possible, with spectral linearisation or without. This can be used for music, RASTI or any other signal

  • Magnetic Resonance Instruments

    Integrated Dynamics Engineering

    MRI systems represent a significant investment. As magnetic resonance images can be distorted by electromagnetic fields, frequently the location is isolated by passive shielding to somewhat insulate the detectors from image distorting EMI. But for a fraction of the cost of the machine an active EMI compensation can fully protect the image from damaging fields generated by other electrical equipment, passing traffic, elevators or other nearby equipment.

  • Radar Level Gauge

    HRRD730 Series - HighReach Measuring & Controlling System Co.,Ltd

    At The Radar Level gauge Antenna emits and Narrows at The Microwave Pulse. This Pulse propagates in Space AT at The Speed of Light. The When IT Encounters at The Surface of at The the Measured Medium, Part of the ITS Energy IS the REFLECTED the Back and Received by at The Same, Antenna. At The Time interval The Between the transmitted pulse and the received pulse is proportional to the distance from the antenna to the surface of the measured medium.Because the electromagnetic wave propagation speed is extremely high, the time interval between the transmitted pulse and the received pulse is very small (on the order of nanoseconds). It is difficult to confirm. The 90X series 26G radar level gauge uses a special demodulation technology To accurately identify the transmitted pulse and the time interval of the pulse is received to further calculate the distance of the antenna from the surface of the measured medium.

  • Optical Transceivers

    Finisar Corporation

    Transceivers and Transponders for Datacom and Telecom ApplicationsFinisar's broad product selection and innovative technology have made us the optical module manufacturer of choice for all major networking equipment vendors worldwide. We have taken a leading role in transforming the datacommunications and telecommunications equipment market from utilizing discrete optical components to leveraging the design and pay-as-you-grow flexibility offered by pluggable modules. Our products are fully compliant with Ethernet, Fibre Channel, Infiniband, SONET/SDH/OTN, CPRI and PON standards and operate at data rates in excess of 100 Gb/s. They are capable of distances ranging from very short reach within a data center to campus, access, metro, and long-haul reaches. They feature outstanding performance over extended voltage and temperature ranges, while minimizing jitter, electromagnetic interference (EMI) and power dissipation.

  • Trifield Meter

    100XE - Alpha Lab, Inc.

    The Trifield Meter is a gaussmeter, electric field meter, radio field strength meter in a single unit. When measuring electromagnetic fields (EMFs), the primary concern is usually magnetic fields, which can be tricky to measure. If a less sophisticated 1-axis gaussmeter is used, a reading of zero could result even where the field is strong. A 1-axis meter must be oriented correctly to measure the field (which is a vector). The 3-axis Trifield Meter solves that problem by measuring the true strength of the field regardless of which way it is oriented. Therefore, the Trifield Meter can be scanned rapidly across an area without having to stop at each point to search for the orientation that gives a maximum reading. Another section of the meter detects AC electric fields, which can exist independently of AC magnetic field. The third section detects radio/microwave, such as from a leaky microwave oven.

  • Fiber Optic Modem

    FOM100 - Macrodyne, inc.

    The FOM100 is a small, inexpensive fiber optic transmitter/receiver. It features a complete RS-232 port as well as high speed TTL/ RS-422/ RS-423 data transmit and receive. It is capable of data rates from DC to 5M baud. A pair of these units allow most RS-232C cable links to be replaced and extended with a duplex fiber optic cable. The normal 50-foot RS-232 limit may be extended to 1.2 miles (2 km). Fiber optic data communications provide complete EMI / RFI rejection, isolation, elimination of ground loops, and reduced error rates. Data security is enhanced by almost nonexistent electromagnetic emissions. A unique multipoint capability allows local area networks to be formed with the isolation and data security of a fiber optic highway.

  • High Capacity Layout Pre-processor Element

    W2324EP - Keysight Technologies

    The High Capacity Layout Pre-processor Element is an ODB++ file format import and pre-processing tool that enables you select the environment immediately around critical nets in preparation for electromagnetic (EM) modeling. This type of pre-processing is useful in high-speed digital design where the printed circuit board (PCB) is very complex and whose total geometry exceeds the capacity of an EM-based field solver. The solution is to focus in on a handful of critical nets; for example, a differential pair connecting two Serializer/Deserializer (SERDES) integrated circuits (ICs) that is a victim of crosstalk from one or more aggressor traces. An example of such a trace is shown highlighted below in Figure 1. Note that the board has been "cookie cut" meaning a convex hull with a user-defined margin has been defined, leaving a portion of the board whose complexity is within the capacity constraints of full-accuracy, full-wave EM field solvers such as Momentum and FEM Element.