NI announced the NI PXIe-4135 source measure unit (SMU) with a measurement sensitivity of 10 fA and voltage output up to 200 V. Engineers can use the NI PXIe-4135 SMU to measure low-current signals and take advantage of the high channel density, fast test throughput and flexibility of NI PXI SMUs for applications such as wafer-level parametric test, materials research and characterization of low-current sensors and ICs.
DiTom Microwave Inc. invites you to attend the SATELLITE 2015 exhibition as their special guest. The compnay will be exhibiting from booth 3134 on the show floor March 16 - 19, 2015 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C.
Cambridge Instruments, a division of MagiQ Technologies Inc., introduced the QuantumWave 4000 series of PXIe based, RF and microwave sources that provide high-quality CW signals at frequencies up to 12 GHz and low size, weight and power (SWaP).
OML Inc. introduces a new option for its signal generator frequency extension module, SxxMS. Already available with options for manual adjustable attenuation and DC power connection to Keysight’s PSG; the source module now includes an option for electronic attenuation.
LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced a new line of UV laser cutting systems for printed circuit board depaneling. Available in early 2014, the MicroLine 2000 Series features a range of systems that meet the rigorous standards of modern circuit depaneling.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., a fabless provider of high-performance radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs), announced the signing of a collaborative agreement with Murata Manufacturing Co. on a multi-sourcing arrangement for RF switches based on Peregrine's proprietary UltraCMOS® technology.
Eastern OptX, specialists in fiber optic delay lines for RF and microwave test applications, introduced its new Series 5000 Doppler radar target generators. The company will be showing the systems at IMS 2013 for the first time.
Bonding Source introduces the most versatile epoxy board mount press in the industry. The press is used to attach PCBs to carriers and housings with epoxy film. The press utilizes house air and works off a pneumatic piston to control the psi required for curing film epoxies under pressure.