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TI launches industry's first highly integrated NFC sensor transponder

Texas Instruments (TI) announced the industry's first flexible high frequency 13.56 MHz sensor transponder family. The highly integrated ultra-low-power RF430FRL15xHsystem-on-chip (SoC) family combines an ISO 15693-compliant Near Field Communication (NFC) interface with a programmable microcontroller (MCU), non-volatile FRAM, an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and SPI or I2C interface.


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Linear Tech releases universal temperature sensor IC with 0.1°C accuracy

Linear Technology Corp. introduces the LTC2983 high performance digital temperature measurement IC which directly digitizes RTDs, thermocouples, thermistors and external diodes with 0.1°C accuracy and 0.001°C resolution.


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ADI development kits assist designers in creating robust wireless sensor networks

Analog Devices, Inc. introduced a suite of comprehensive development kits enabling manufacturers of industrial equipment to easily add remote sensing and monitoring capabilities to their Internet of Things and Big Data products via a scalable wireless network.  


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Keysight introduces USB and LAN power sensors with wide dynamic range

 Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced the U2040 X-Series wide dynamic range power sensors, consisting of four USB models for wireless and radar applications, and a dedicated LAN model for satellite testing. With the world’s widest dynamic range found in a power sensor and extremely high measurement speed, the U2040 X-Series makes fast, accurate and repeatable power measurements over a wide range of power levels, allowing engineers to improve productivity and lower cost of test. 


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Investment in Omniradar for developing single-chip radar solutions

Omniradar has closed a round of equity and debt financing of €2.6 million that will be used to bring into production the company’s single-chip radar as a new precision sensor for personal security, industrial automation, environmental monitoring, etc.


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TEGAM patents innovative microwave bolometer design

TEGAM Inc., a leading supplier of innovative RF power measurements, was recently awarded Patent No. 8,610,069, “Coaxial to Dual Co-Planar Waveguide Launcher for Microwave Bolometry,” This patent describes a new way to construct bolometers—a type of microwave power sensor that uses thermistors—that makes them more accurate and easier to assembly.


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Mercury Systems receives $11M for high performance microwave subsystems

Mercury Systems Inc., a best-of-breed provider of commercially developed, open sensor and Big Data processing systems for critical commercial, defense and intelligence applications, announced it received an $11 million follow-on order from a leading defense prime contractor for high performance microwave subsystems for an electronic warfare application. The orders were received in Mercury’s fiscal 2014 second quarter, with deliveries currently expected to span 2015 through 2018.


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Cassidian's flexible radar sensor concept confirmed in flight tests

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Cassidian has developed a flexible airborne ground surveillance radar, which can be deployed on a variety of manned and unmanned platforms for the detection of ground and sea targets.


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Precision power measurements on the go with the new R&S Power Viewer mobile app for Android

A unique feature of the tried and tested R&S NRP power sensors is their ability to work independently of a specific base unit. The sensors can be connected directly to a PC or laptop via USB. Rohde & Schwarz has now implemented this feature for compact smartphones and tablet PCs as well.


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ADI's MEMS wireless vibration sensing system enables remote monitoring of industrial machine health

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI)  introduced a wireless vibration sensing system that allows industrial systems operators to remotely monitor production equipment health, improve system performance, and reduce maintenance costs. The new networked system includes the ADIS16229 iSensor(R) wireless vibration sensor node, which combines dual-axis digital MEMs (micro-electro mechanical systems) acceleration sensing with advanced frequency-domain and time-domain signal processing.


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