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Articles Tagged with ''signals''

Rohde & Schwarz enables comprehensive automotive radar tests and signal analysis

When developing radar sensor chipsets, users can now use the new Rohde & Schwarz solution to simulate a realistic scenario in the lab. For example, it is possible to simulate vehicles with different moving profiles or stress tests in different environments. As a result, developers can verify the signal processing algorithms of the sensor at an early stage. 


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A Cost-Effective Approach to Simulation for Electronic Warfare Systems

Mercury Systems receives $4.4M in orders for advanced RF products for signals intelligence application

 Mercury Systems Inc., www.mrcy.com, a leading provider of affordable, commercially developed, open sensor processing systems and services for critical commercial, defense and intelligence applications, announced it received $4.4 million in orders from a leading defense prime contractor for advanced radio frequency (RF) microwave tuner and intermediate frequency (IF) products for a naval signals intelligence (SIGINT) application.  


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RFMW offers 2-6 GHz 100 W limiter

RFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support for a wideband GaAs VPIN limiter capable of protecting sensitive components against high power incident signals. The TriQuint TGL2205-SM operates from 2 to 6 GHz with low insertion loss of less than 0.6 dB. It can limit up to 100 W incident pulsed-power with a low flat leakage of less than 16.5 dBm. The TGL2205-SM die has a protective surface passivation layer that provides enhanced environmental robustness. The TGL2205-SM does not require DC bias and is available in a 4 x 4 mm QFN package allowing simple integration with minimal impact to system performance. TriQuint's TGL2205-SM is well suited for both commercial and defense related applications.


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Narda’s hand held direction finder detects signals under signals

The IDA 2 Interference and Direction Analyzer from Narda Safety Test Solutions now generates persistence spectrums, which means that interference hidden beneath strong signals can now be detected and traced on the spot.


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Agilent to show test and measurement solutions at OFC 2014

Agilent Technologies Inc. will show test and measurement solutions at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference & Exposition, March 11-13 in San Francisco, CA. Agilent is the only T&M vendor offering solutions along the entire value chain of the Web 2.0—from components through data centers to telecom, addressing the latest technologies such as silicon photonics and coherent, multi-carrier transmission.


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Averna RF Studio supports multi-recorder synchronization on PXI systems

Software/EDA

Averna announces a new software release for RF Studio, featuring the ability to synchronize four channels within 1 ns, among other enhancements.


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The new R&S RTE oscilloscopes offer ease of use and powerful analysis

The new R&S RTE from Rohde & Schwarz is available with bandwidths from 200 MHz to 1 GHz. An acquisition rate of more than one million waveforms per second helps users find signal faults quickly. The scope's highly accurate digital trigger system with virtually no trigger jitter delivers highly precise results. The single-core A/D converter with more than seven effective bits (ENOB) almost completely eliminates signal distortion.


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5th Boeing GPS IIF spacecraft sends initial signals from space

A Boeing global positioning system (GPS) IIF satellite has sent initial signals from space after its launch Feb. 20, joining four other advanced versions of the spacecraft that are improving position, navigation and timing information for millions of civilian and military users around the world.


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Exelis reaches GPS OCX milestones for navigation and encryption software

Exelis has successfully completed several software upgrades for the new Global Positioning System Next Generation Operational Control System, or GPS OCX. Integration and testing were recently conducted on iteration 1.5 of the OCX navigation, encryption and Mission Upload Generator, or MUG, software.


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