Anritsu Co. introduces the MN25208A SmartCal two-port 8.5 GHz auto calibration unit for its ShockLine family of vector network analyzers (VNAs). A plug-and-play calibration unit, SmartCal automatically powers on via a USB connection and loads calibration coefficients from on-board memory, for faster setup and error-free calibrations.
Maury Microwave Corp. and Anteverta-mw announced that Maury Microwave has completed the acquisition of Anteverta-mw. This strategic move is expected to further strengthen Maury Microwave in the nonlinear measurement and modeling device characterization market and accelerate innovation for the betterment of markets served by both parties.
The new generation of NRA RX 19” remote analyzers from Narda Safety Test Solutions automatically detect and take into account the calibration data of the company’s antennas and RF cables without the need for conversion calculations.
Teledyne LeCroy introduces the QPHY-USB3.1-Tx-Rx package for automated USB 3.1 transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) compliance testing, characterization, and debug, creating a unique and comprehensive USB 3.1 test suite. With the new test package, USB 3.1 testing can be performed on both Gen1 (5 Gb/s) and Gen2 (10 Gb/s) devices under test according to the latest USB 3.1 specifications.
Anritsu Co. introduces the MN4765B O/E Calibration Module for its MS4640B Series VectorStar® vector network analyzers (VNAs) that creates a cost-effective and flexible solution for measuring 40 Gb/s components and transceivers.
Tektronix, Inc., announced the DPO70000SX 70 GHz ATI Performance Oscilloscope featuring the lowest-noise and highest effective bits of any ultra-high bandwidth real-time oscilloscope available on the market.
Supporting the Microwave Vision Group’s (MVG) vision to bring all products together under one strong brand, Satimo Industries will begin to operate under the new name, MVG Industries, with effective immediately.
Rohde & Schwarz is presenting a novel 5G channel sounding solution in cooperation with Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) at the NGMN Industry Conference in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, which runs from March 24-25, 2015.
Teseq introduces an eight-channel arbitrary waveform generator for automotive testing. The ARB 5500 fits inside the transient generator and features memory for over 64,000 standard waveform segments as well as 1 GB of Clone memory for user-defined shapes. This is enough memory for several thousand hours of simulations.