Rohde & Schwarz is introducing a powerful scanning direction finder with diverse application options. The R&S DDF5GTS offers fast, accurate direction finding and uses multichannel DF antennas for sensitivity that meets the highest demands while ensuring immunity to reflections.
Microwave Vision Group and Amplifier Research have signed a memorandum of agreement that will provide customers with a greater choice of quality EMC and Antenna Measurement turnkey solutions based on their combined expertise and product portfolio.
At the 5G Global Summit, held in Busan, South Korea, Rohde & Schwarz presented an extremely compact test setup for generating and analyzing signals up to 67 GHz that will enables users to evaluate potential new physical air interface technologies for future 5G networks.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced the N5193A UXG agile signal generator, an off-the-shelf instrument that enables highly realistic and scalable threat simulations for aerospace/defense applications. The UXG is also a dependable slide-in replacement for the legacy fast-switching local oscillators (LOs) often used in large, dedicated simulation systems.
For the first time, Spectrum is offering a solution to engineers and scientists looking to capture and analyze fast electronic signals in the DC to 1 GHz frequency range. The company has greatly extended the performance of its PCIe based instruments by adding nine new models to its M4i series of digitizers.
MVG-EMC (Rainford EMC Systems Ltd.) has moved to an energy efficient site that is better equipped to serve the needs of clients, and supports Microwave Vision Group’s growth strategy in providing the best in RF shielded anechoic chambers and absorber materials in the antenna and EMC testing market.