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Microsemi announces next-generation handheld people screening solution for security and loss prevention
Microsemi Corp., a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, announced its next-generation, AllClear® handheld screener with enhanced metal detection capabilities for security and loss prevention applications. The enhanced AllClear screener now has an integrated metal detector that allows users to more accurately detect metallic objects, as well as ceramics, plastics, liquids, gels, powders and paper that may be concealed on a person’s body.
Linear Technology Corp. introduces the LTC4290/LTC4271 isolated 8-port power source equipment (PSE) controller chipset designed for use in IEEE 802.3at (PoE+) Type 1- and Type 2-compliant Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) systems. The LTC4290/4271 provides 8 independent PSE channels for simpler lower component count designs, reduced board space and ultimately reduced total solution costs.
Cobham has been awarded a £16M order to supply NATO forces with leading-edge vehicle mounted Improvised Explosive Device (IED) detection equipment.
Reverb Networks, a leading developer of intelligent Self-Optimizing Network (SON) solutions designed to provide mobile network operators with improved operational and spectral efficiencies, announced that it has received a patent award from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for automated interference detection techniques using measurements from mobile devices, a key component of SON-based network optimization for UMTS and LTE wireless networks.
Anritsu Co. introduces a burst detection enhancement for its MS272xC Spectrum Master handheld spectrum analyzer that makes it easier for field engineers and technicians to find narrow signals that may cause interference and adversely affect the performance of wireless networks. The Burst Detect mode extends the industry-leading performance of the MS272xC Spectrum Master analyzers, which feature the industry’s first 32 GHz and 43 GHz models, giving users powerful test tools for their field requirements.
Times Microwave Systems has introduced its T-LNC™ low noise cables for use in vibration monitoring and wear detection applications. T-LNC-300-50-PUR is as 50 Ohm low noise cable employing a ruggedized polyurethane outer jacket and T-LNC-240-75-PVC is a 75 Ohm version featuring a flexible non-contaminating polyvinyl chloride outer jacket.