Quintech Electronics & Communications Inc. and DEV Systemtechnik are pleased to announce the promotions of Mr. Rainer Lorger and Mr. Oliver Herzberger each to the position of co-managing director for DEV Systemtechnik. Together, they will guide the company, with Lorger focusing on administrative and sales functions, while Herzberger will head up the engineering and technology responsibilities.
Anritsu Co. introduced new software for its Radio Communications Analyzer MT8821C that creates the industry’s first test solution that supports evaluation of 4x4 MIMO 256 QAM RF Rx performance for all DL 3CC CA band combinations with no restrictions on frequency and signal bandwidth combinations. The new software provides wireless chipset and UE manufacturers, as well as mobile operators with a solution to conduct efficient, highly accurate carrier acceptance tests to ensure performance.
Peraso Technologies Inc. announced that their WiGig USB Adapter Reference Design Kit is part of the Wi-Fi Alliance test bed for Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WiGig® and among the first products to achieve certification.
Anritsu Co. announces that is has earned the 2016 Global Product Line Strategy Award—Manufacturing Test Software for IoT from Frost & Sullivan. In making the announcement, Frost & Sullivan stated that newly released software packages from Anritsu uniquely position the company’s Universal Wireless Test Set MT8870A as an all-in-one instrument with unmatched solutions that support a wide range of wireless technologies to conduct high-volume production tests on IoT devices.
The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) has selected the Terma SCANTER 6000 radar as the combined navigation and helicopter control radar for its two Lekiu-class frigates mid-life modernization and service life extension.
The electronica trade fair will be held November 8-11, 2016, in Munich. Rohde & Schwarz will present its portfolio of T&M solutions tailored to the requirements of today's most significant technology trends (hall A1, booth 307).
Spectrum's M4x series of PXIe Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWGs) offer a cost effective solution for automated testing applications that require fast and accurate electronic signal generation. Based on the modular PXIe instrumentation standard, the M4x series includes five new modules that provide one, two or four channels.