Affordable In-Circuit Test The TestStation LH in-circuit test system is a lower-cost, small footprint, feature scalable version of Teradyne's popular, award winning TestStation product family. TestStation LH features SafeTest protection technologie
The Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) FSIQ7 is a high performance Vector Signal Analyzer with a frequency range of 20 Hz to 7 GHz that was designed for the 3G radio generation. Features and Specifications of the R&S FSIQ7 Analyzer include: • FSIQ 7: 20 Hz t
Rohde & Schwarz FSIQ3 SIGNAL ANALYZER, 20 Hz to 3.5 GHz The Rohde FSIQ is the one box solution in signal analysis. Spectrum analysis with ultrawide dynamic range for sophisticated ACPR measurements: NF = 15 dB/ TOI = +20 dBm (FSIQ7) Integrated
SIGNAL ANALYZER Frequency: 20Hz Output: -60dBm Modulation: AM,FM,PH FSIQ Signal Analyzer for the 3rd Mobile Radio Generation Features: Spectrum Analysis with Ultra-wide Dynamic Range for Sophisticated ACPR Measurements NF = 15 dB/TOI =
Industry News | 2017-09-07 13:14:53.0
Pickering Interfaces is pleased to introduce their new BRIC™ Ultra-High-Density Large PXI Matrix Range at IEEE AUTOTESTCON in Schaumburg, IL, September 12-14, 2017.
Industry News | 2017-08-15 21:37:01.0
Pickering Interfaces will showcase their latest high-density PXI and Ethernet LXI Switching & Simulation Solutions at IEEE AUTOTESTCON, on September 12 - 14, 2017 in Schaumburg, IL. Below are the new products that will be introduced at the show:
Technical Library | 2016-08-23 06:16:35.0
While many things can affect the force measurement accuracy of a bond test, its ultimate limitation is that of the force sensor. With advances in technology, accuracy can be dramatically improved with no cost penalty and no need to select force measurement ranges. How is this accomplished?
Technical Library | 2017-05-11 18:03:24.0
Device tracking is a serious threat to the privacy of users, as it enables spying on their habits and activities. A recent practice embeds ultrasonic beacons in audio and tracks them using the microphone of mobile devices. In this paper, we explore the capabilities, the current prevalence and technical limitations of this new tracking technique based on three commercial tracking solutions. To this end, we develop detection approaches for ultrasonic beacons and Android applications capable of processing these.