The University of Tokyo's International MegaGauss Science Laboratory is attempting to set a new world record for the highest ever indoor magnetic field.
Anritsu has announced the release of its high-performance MS2850A Signal Analyzer targeting development and commercial production of 5G mobile communications systems.
Semiconductor company STMicroelectronics is supporting E-Distribuzione in the deployment of second-generation smart meter platform Open Meter.
The PT04-FC electronic load has been developed to accommodate testing of both fuel cells and low-voltage power supplies, including 24 V telecommunications power systems or power supplies. It is also useful as a general-purpose variable load.
When the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the University of Innsbruck needed an arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) to generate a wide variety of signals for its research, it opted for a model from Spectrum Instrumentation.
Berkeley Nucleonics' Model RTSA7550 has all the usual features of a spectrum analyser, such as frequency controls, marker functions and multitrace functionality. It also includes a real-time trigger mode for measuring complex data signals such as Wi-Fi and LTE, along with markers for tracking specific frequencies.
The MDO-2000E multifunctional mixed domain oscilloscope series comprises the MDO-2000EG and MDO-2000EX models. The MDO-2000EG has a built-in spectrum analyser and a dual-channel 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator, while the MDO-2000EX features a built-in a spectrum analyser, an arbitrary waveform generator, a 5000-count DMM and a 5 V/1 A power supply.
Rohde & Schwarz has launched the R&S ZNLE vector network analyser to address the requirements of customers looking to perform RF measurements to characterise components such as antennas, attenuators, filters and PCBs.
The Dytran model 7705A1 Extended Low Frequency (ELF) accelerometer combines piezoelectric and a variable capacitance MEMS element as a single output, to create wide frequency response bandwidth from DC (0 Hz) to 10 kHz.
Keysight Technologies has announced its scalable PXIe microwave signal generator, with frequency coverage up to 44 GHz and modulation bandwidth up to 1 GHz, for generating complex waveforms used in emerging 5G and aerospace and defence DVT applications.
Spectrum's DN6.66xx series of arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs) allow engineers to select from an extensive range of products specifically designed for multichannel signal generation applications.