Tektronix, long synonymous with oscilloscopes, has introduced two new oscilloscopes to its portfolio: the 3 Series MDO mixed domain oscilloscopes and 4 Series MSO mixed signal oscilloscopes. The new products feature intuitive touchscreen user interfaces, the largest and highest resolution displays in their classes and sleek designs for cramped lab benches.
Keysight Technologies Inc. introduced a new phase noise measurement system for "power users," which enables them to optimize and prove performance of new designs, meet operational requirements, as well as remain on schedule and on budget.
The FCC announced the winners of the 28 and 24 GHz Spectrum Frontiers auctions, (known as auctions 101 and 102) on Monday, June 3. Not surprisingly, Verizon took most of the 28 GHz licenses. At 24 GHz, AT&T and T-Mobile fought for the best position.
Arralis has released an E-Band automotive radar, branded Corvus, saying the radar’s performance is better than other systems in the automotive marketplace, specifically detection range, elevation resolution and scan area.
Element Six, part of the De Beers Group, is excited to announce that it is launching a brand new diamond thermal material grade Diafilm TM220, at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2019 in Boston, Mass.