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Indoor positioning systems (IPS) is a term confined to indoor positioning presented on mobile/cell phones, or the like, to create added value services. For example, the derivatives of smart phones taking the form of glasses or eyepieces will have the ability to superimpose all manner of information across the items being viewed.
Technical and educational sessions addressing high-speed signal integrity challenges to be conducted by Anritsu at DesignCon 2014
Anritsu Co. (DesignCon booth #501), a world leader in high-speed signal integrity test solutions, will present a series of technical and educational sessions during DesignCon to help engineers solve the measurement challenges associated with designing high-speed semiconductors, and communications systems and devices. Additionally, technical demonstrations will be held in the Anritsu booth throughout DesignCon, which is scheduled for January 28-31 in the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA.
Laser Services Inc., an ISO and AS9100 registered laser job shop, has announced the addition of a new metrology system for measuring precision parts. The Boulder Imaging ML Series metrology system measures and records single or multiple high-precision, two-dimensional parts in seconds, dramatically reducing inspection time
Tektronix Inc., a leading innovator of signal generation and analysis solutions required for the microwave and RF industry, today announced the H500 and SA2500 Handheld Spectrum Analyzers that include DPX™ waveform image processor technology to provide a live RF view of the spectrum. With unique DPX technology along with built-in mapping and signal classification features in a compact, ruggedized package, the instruments are designed to allow spectrum regulators to efficiently manage and monitor spectrum in the field and hunt down elusive signals and interferers.
Teseq Inc. now offers a new EMI receiver that reduces test time from hours to seconds and improves accuracy. The PMM 9010F is ideal for conducted and radiated emissions testing of appliances, power tools and machinery. This new EMI receiver is up to 300 times faster than the PMM 9010.
The application brief, “Using Time Sidelobe Measurements to Assess the Performance of Compressed-Pulse Radars” defines key problems related to measurements of compressed-pulse radars, describes the time sidelobe method, and outlines the practical uses of this approach.