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Test and Measurement
Teseq has designed a new coupling/decoupling network (CDN) for surge testing on unshielded symmetrical high speed telecommunication lines including Ethernet.
Following the completion of a £700,000 funding round to expand its overseas sales and device characterization capabilities, Mesuro has announced the enhanced services and capabilities it is now able to offer its customers
Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced its annual Wireless Symposium focused on design, conformance and manufacturing, which will tour the UK in January 2013.
Elektrobit (EB) announced the successful implementation of the MIMO Over-The-Air (OTA) test system at NEC CASIO Mobile Communications, Japan’s premier technology company, based on EB Propsim F8 radio channel emulators and an anechoic chamber.
Underwriters Laboratories has chosen Anritsu as its provider for LTE telecoms equipment, becoming the first commercial independent LTE conformance test facility in the UK.
A wide range of Travelling Wave Tube amplifiers from TMD Technologies will be on show at the EMCUK 2012 exhibition and conference, which takes place on 9-10 October 2012 in Newbury, UK
Design engineers dealing with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and signal integrity (SI) of PCBs, can now employ CST BOARDCHECK™ to get a quick overview of potential problems in their layout.
EB, Elektrobit Corp. has introduced the EB Propsim FS8 radio channel emulator for testing the wireless performance of mobile devices and chipsets. The FS8 is a compact MIMO emulator for testing 2G, 3G and 4G LTE technologies.
CTIA - The Wireless Association®and Global Certification Forum (GCF) have agreed to a common process for evaluating the over-the-air performance of new wireless devices. The agreement allows GCF to incorporate CTIA’s Test Plan for Wireless Device Over-the-Air Performance into its Performance Measurement process.
In response to the growing requirement for high data rate wireless applications, Plextek Ltd. has extended its test and measurement facilities to 75 GHz capability. This includes increasing development activity at V-Band (50 to 75 GHz) and E-Band (60 to 90 GHz).