Articles Tagged with ''circuit''

Agilent outfits UC Berkeley electronics lab with $300,000 of test equipment

Test & Measurement

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that it  donated bench-top electronic measurement equipment worth $300,000 to the Texas Instruments Electronics Design Laboratory, which opened at the University of California, Berkeley. The new lab will provide more than 1,000 Berkeley students each year with hands-on experience applying the principles they learn in gateway electrical engineering courses such as microelectronic circuit design.


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Signal chain solution for 4 to 20-mA HART enabled field instrument applications

Analog Devices Inc. introduced the CN0267 demonstration circuit for a loop powered HART® (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) enabled smart transmitter, for industrial applications that need to operate within a set 3.5-mA power budget. This field instrument circuit demonstrates a complete low power, high precision signal chain solution with minimum area overhead, which has been tested and verified by ADI as part of their Circuits from the Lab™ reference circuits’ initiative.


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Piconics and Modelithics partner to develop broadband models of conical inductors

Piconics Inc. and Modelithics Inc. have collaborated to upgrade the previous Piconics conical inductor S-parameter models to full equivalent circuit models, now offering substrate scalability/selectability, series and shunt configurations, and broadband validation up to as high as 65 GHz for some configurations. These models represent the first comprehensive, measurement-based equivalent circuit models for conical inductors in the Modelithics Library.


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Single junction low cost drop-in circulators

VidaRF offers low cost Drop-In, 1”x1” Circulators & Isolators designed for various wireless and power amplifier applications. The robust design provides high performance and reliability, typ specs: VSWR 1.13/Loss 0.25dB/ISOL 23dB, great IMD, and is magnetically shielded. Circuit tab can be straight or bent flush with base for surface mounting.


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