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  • Arrays


    CAES AESAs enable tremendous operational flexibility at an unprecedented performance-to-price ratio.

  • Transistor Arrays

    Renesas Electronics Corp.

    Renesas' portfolio of transister arrays include NPN, PNP, NPN-PNP combination transistor arrays based on our complementary UHF-1 SOI process. This portfolio also includes ultra high frequency transistor arrays for VHF/UHF amplifiers, VHF/UHF mixers, IF converters, synchronous detectors. Dual long-tailed pair transistor arrays and Gilbert Cell UHF transistor arrays are also available for wireless communication systems, radio and satellite communications and high performance instrumentation.

  • Microphone Arrays

    gfai tech GmbH

    One of the most important parts of an Acoustic Camera is the microphone array. It determines the spatial distribution of the acoustic microphones and therefore measurement performance of the whole system. In order to achieve the maximum possible performance in any given application, we offer a wide variety of microphone arrays. No matter if the measurement is beamforming, intensity or holography ... we have the right microphone array. For special applications we can design and build custom made microphone arrays according to the requirements of the application.

  • Phased Array

    Evident Scientific

    Phased array machines provide precise measurement with the most reliable results. Our range of phased array devices produce accurate, detailed cross-sectional pictures of internal structures at fast inspection speeds.

  • Infrasonic Array

    Geosonic - BioAge s.r.l.

    An Infrasonic Array works like a sonic antenna, it is able to detect the magnitude and the source of sound waves. The Geosonic array is able to detect also pressure waves that the human ears can’t hear. A typical pressure wave is that generated by an explosion or by any physical phenomena (natural or human created) that generates an air pressure wave, which means that the Geosonic array can be used to detect a lot of phenomena, like:

  • Pixellated Arrays

    Saint-Gobain Crystals

    Offering pixellated array assemblies that include crystals such as CdW04, CsI(Tl), CsI(Na), BGO, NaI(Tl) and LYSO or other materials such as scintillating plastic. Saint-Gobain can also produce crystal arrays made from other materials not grown by Saint-Gobain.  We offer a variety of design options and reflector materials to optimize array performance for your application. Saint Gobain’s manufacturing process ensures high light output as well as excellent pixel to pixel uniformity with minimal crosstalk.  Linear arrays are used quite often in security type applications (airport baggage scanners) whereas 2D arrays are used more in medical imaging applications.  Both types are also found in non-destructive testing / inspection machines.  The type of material depends on the application, and the information being sought.

  • Phased Array

    Innerspec Technologies, Inc

    The Phased Array concept is based on the use of transducers made up of individual elements that can each be independently driven.

  • Array Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Array sensors use closely spaced beams of light to detect even the slightest differences in gray scale between the target and the background within their field-of-view. They are ideal for edge and diameter detection as well as detecting widths and gaps. SICK’s array sensors offer industry-leading reproducibility, in addition to compact, rugged metal housings for use in highly restricted or harsh environments.

  • Array Antennas


    An antenna array (or array antenna) is a set of multiple connected antennas which work together as a single antenna, to transmit or receive radio waves. The individual antennas (called elements) are usually connected to a single receiver or transmitter by feedlines that feed the power to the elements in a specific phase relationship. The radio waves radiated by each individual antenna combine and superpose, adding together (interfering constructively) to enhance the power radiated in desired directions, and cancelling (interfering destructively) to reduce the power radiated in other directions. Similarly, when used for receiving, the separate radio frequency currents from the individual antennas combine in the receiver with the correct phase relationship to enhance signals received from the desired directions and cancel signals from undesired directions. More sophisticated array antennas may have multiple transmitter or receiver modules, each connected to a separate antenna element or group of elements.

  • Linear Array

    ams AG

    Linear array sensors consist of a linear array of integrating photosensing pixels which measure incident light over a user-defined exposure time and generate a voltage or digital output which represents the light exposure at each pixel. The sensors are available in a variety of lengths and pixel resolutions. The analog output may be directly interfaced to an ADC for digital processing or for comparing black/white thresholds. Applications include contact image sensing, optical character recognition, edge detection, and object measurement in products such as copiers, document scanners and spectroscopy.

  • Mini Array+

    DORC's ZX-1 - Direct Optical Research Company

    Used primarily to measure multi fiber (MT/MPO and MT-RJ) connectors, DORC's fourth generation "ZX-1 mini Array+" is the result of 18 years of hardware and software product development. Although optimized for mutifiber connectors, the ZX-1 mini Array plus also does an excellent job of measuring single fiber PC and APC connectors. DORC's patented design is based on a variant of the Michelson configuration, and provides BOTH 2D and 3D high resolution images of the sample under test in approximately 45 seconds for multi fiber connectors and just 3-4 seconds for single fiber connectors - from the time the connector is inserted.

  • Darlington Arrays


    Darlington devices are high-voltage, high-current switch arrays containing multiple open-collector Darlington pairs or multiple Darlington transistors with common emitters, and integral suppression diodes for inductive loads. The nominal current rating of each output is 500 mA for the 7- and 8-output devices and up to 1.5 A for quad-output devices. The inputs are pinned opposite the outputs to simplify the application board layout. These devices interface standard logic families.

  • Diode Arrays


    a silicon diode with minimal packaging overhead. The small signal 0603, 1005 and 1206 Chip Diodes are lead free with Cu/Ni/Au plated terminations while the other packages (SMA, SMB, SMC, 1408, 1607, 2010, 2419, 8L NSOIC, 16L NSOIC, SOT23, SOT23-6, 16L WSOIC) use 100 % Tin terminations. All Bourns® diodes are compatible with lead free manufacturing processes, conforming to many industry and government regulations on lead free components.

  • Photodiodes And Arrays

    Excelitas Technologies Corp.

    Excelitas utilizes Silicon and InGaAs materials for our photodiodes to provide detection from 220 nm to 1700 nm. These devices are offered in a variety of sizes to meet customer sensitivity and speed requirements.  Many different types of photodiodes are available to serve various unique applications.

  • Solar Array Simulator

    SAS - AMETEK Programmable Power, Inc.

    A spacecraft solar array is subjected to large temperature excursions, varying insolation (the amount of sunlight falling on the array), mechanical changes and aging, which substantially effect both its short and long term performance. In order to test the spacecraft's power environment, a cost-effective solution for ground based testing is to utilize a solar array simulator.

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