Velankani Electronics has collaborated with STMicroelectronics on the design and development of Velankani's Prysm smart meters for the Indian market.
Rigol Technologies has released the RSA5000 Series of RF real-time spectrum analysers with a frequency spectrum of 9 kHz to 3.2 or 6.5 GHz and a maximum sample rate of 51.2 MS/s.
Anritsu will soon launch the Radio Communication Test Station MT8000A platform for developing chipsets, terminals and mobile devices for 5th generation (5G) communications systems.
The University of Stuttgart has chosen an arbitrary waveform generator from Spectrum Instrumentation to assist with experiments in which single atoms in a diamond are replaced by nitrogen atoms.
Narda Safety Test Solutions presents the SignalShark monitoring receiver. Powerful, portable, versatile and suitable for both mobile and fixed applications, the unit combines minimal noise with high intermodulation immunity.
The R&S RTC1000 oscilloscope series features high instrument integration in its compact form factor. The instrument's comprehensive features are tailored to meet the needs of users in the field of education, engineers with low budgets and hobbyists.
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.