Items Tagged with 'monitor'


Anritsu introduces MS27101A remote spectrum monitor

Anritsu Co. continues to expand its industry-leading field test portfolio with the introduction of the MS27101A Remote Spectrum Monitor. The most recent edition to Anritsu’s interference detecting tools, the MS27101A can be used with Anritsu’s Vision™ software to create a highly accurate remote solution for government regulators and university lab researchers to identify interference patterns, record spectrum history and geo-locate the sources of problem signals to mitigate interference issues and identify illegal or unlicensed signal activity.

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Anritsu introduces modular, scalable remote spectrum monitor platform

Anritsu Co., the global leader who introduced the first handheld wireless network analyzer 20 years ago, ushers in a new era of field wireless testing with the introduction of Remote Spectrum Monitor, a platform of modular and scalable products that helps operators generate a greater return on their multi-billion dollar spectrum investments and maximizes network capacity to meet consumer demand.

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Linear's 600 mA negative LDO+ offers rail-to-rail operation, programmable current limit & output current monitor

Linear Technology Corp. announces the LT3090, the newest member of its LDO+™ family, a 600 mA low dropout negative linear regulator featuring low noise, rail-to-rail operation, precision programmable current limit and a bidirectional output current monitor. The device is cable-drop compensation capable, easily parallelable for higher current or PCB heat spreading and configurable as a floating 3-terminal regulator.

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Linear's new rail-to-rail 80 V monitor measures current & voltage with +/-0.75% accuracy

Linear Technology Corp. introduces the LTC2945, a wide range I²C system monitor that monitors the current, voltage and power of any 0 to 80 V rail. In many cases, prior power monitoring solutions are limited to 3 to 5 V supplies and monitor voltages less than 36 V, requiring additional circuitry to monitor higher voltages. The LTC2945 has flexible power supply options, deriving power from a 4 to 80 V monitored supply, a 2.7 to 80 V secondary supply, or from the onboard shunt regulator.

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