2016-07-15 - Susan Nordyk

Software analyses 5G candidate waveforms

The software features fully guided system calibrations and task-based instructions that simplify complex system optimisation and measurements.

2016-07-01 - National Instruments

Low-current SMU offers 10fA current sensitivity

Engineers can use modular NI PXI SMUs to build parallel, high-channel-count systems in a compact form factor and benefit from…

2016-06-29 - STMicroelectronics

Simulator aids design for electromagnetic compatibility

ESD-SIM provides a quick and easy way to evaluate the performance of ST devices using the industry-standard high-speed/high-frequency SPICE simulation…

2016-06-14 - RS Components

Clamp metre delivers speedier contactless troubleshooting

The FLIR CM174 helps identify hard-to-find electrical faults such as intermittent connections that can have thermal effects that conventional test…

2016-06-10 - Jeremy Willden

Testing FPGA’s thermal characteristics

By applying forward bias to parasitic diodes, you can smoke out those pesky thermal parameters.

2016-06-08 - Al Dutcher

Low-cost inductance tester uses few components

This circuit, along with a frequency counter or oscilloscope, measures unmarked inductors.

2016-06-07 - Antonio Eguizabal

Scope helps obtain Bode plots in non-50Ω environments

Here's a vertical amplifier that isolates high-Z circuit from low-Z network-analyser input.

2016-06-03 - Teledyne LeCroy

Multi-protocol analyser supports DisplayPort, HDCP 2.2

The 780E multi-protocol analyser/generator from Teledyne LeCroy is capable of testing HDMI, HDBaseT and DisplayPort devices and distribution networks including…

- Keysight Technologies

2-channel 10bit PCIe high-speed digitiser runs at 10GS/s

The U5310A from Keysight allows the capture of fast transients with high fidelity, provides on-board real-time averaging at full sampling…

- Stefano Salvatori

Enabling a simple ohmmeter with gigohm range

Through the use of an external counter and control circuitry, this system can measure resistances in the tens of gigohms.