AMCAD Engineering will be showcasing their latest solutions at the upcoming EuMW conference on September 8-10 in Paris, France.Visit booth (#A204) to discover what's new from AMCAD, meet their RF/microwave experts and see live demonstrations.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced the availability of real-time spectrum analysis (RTSA) as an option for its standards-compliant MXE EMI receiver. Adding RTSA to an MXE enables test labs to observe and diagnose transient and wideband emissions during electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance and precompliance testing.
Radio Frequency and Electromagnetics Exchange (RFEMX) is announces its opening at IMS2015. Jean-Jacques DeLisle, MSEE, is founding RFEMX as a technical writing and media content creation organization with expertise in the RF, IoT, and EW industries. From feature articles to technical papers, RFEMX offers an engineer's expertise and a writers flare to conveying technical content with authority.
Keysight Technologies Inc. announced it will demonstrate the latest RF, microwave and mmWave design and measurement solutions for R&D, manufacturing and service at the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, Booth 739, Phoenix, May 17-22.
CST EMC STUDIO contains a toolkit of proven solver technology for the study of EMC effects, with general purpose 3D modules for time and frequency domain simulation alongside more specialized solvers. In particular, it includes the 3D transmission line matrix (TLM) method solver, which implements technology that simplifies numerical EMC analysis, such as compact models and octree meshing.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced comprehensive pulsed radar analysis software. The new 89600 VSA software’s pulse analysis option (BHQ) is used in radar and electronic counter measure applications for capturing and analyzing threats and jamming responses.
Bird Technologies introduced the model 7022 statistical RF power sensor, the only thruline RF power measurement device that provides the statistical analysis capability required to accurately characterize the RF power characteristics of any digitally-modulated signal employed in wireless communications systems.