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  • 24 TTL Channels, Enhanced, Programmable I/O

    TL2 - North Atlantic Industries

    Function module TL2 provides 24 channels of TTL/CMOS transceiver functionality as either inputs or outputs. The transistor-transistor logic (TTL) employs transmitters with multiple emitters in gates having more than one input. TTL offers high switching speed and relative immunity to noisy systems. CMOS sensors provide image sensing technology by converting light waves into signals that are small bursts of current. These waves can be light or other electromagnetic radiation.

  • 24 TTL Channels, Programmable I/O

    TL1 - North Atlantic Industries

    Function module TL1 provides 24 channels of TTL/CMOS transceiver functionality as either inputs or outputs. The transistor-transistor logic (TTL) employs transmitters with multiple emitters in gates having more than one input. TTL offers high switching speed and relative immunity to noisy systems. CMOS sensors provide image sensing technology by converting light waves into signals that are small bursts of current. These waves can be light or other electromagnetic radiation.

  • EM Explorer

    EM Explorer

    EM Explorer is a 3D electromagnetic (EM) solver for scattering problems of periodic structures illuminated by arbitrary incident fields including planewaves, Gaussian beams and focused Hi-NA beams. It can simulate both complex dielectric and complex magnetic materials including left-handed materials (LHM) that have a negative refractive index. EM Explorer is largely based on the same method of Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD). Therefore it inherits most of FDTD's advantages and disadvantages. The advantages include simple & robust numerical algorithm, versatility for nearly any geometries, and good scalability of computing resources as a function of simulation volume size. The disadvantages are numerical dispersion and stability constraint due to the finite difference (FD) approximation to Maxwell's equations and explicit time marching algorithm.

  • RF over Fiber Link TX/RX

    L-Band - QuestTel

    QuestTel''s Satellite L-Band optical fiber Transmitter/Receiver set offers high pefromance and cost effective alternative to conventional coaxial systems. The L-Band Transmitter and Receiver pair is used for transporting L-Band RF over fiber from the antenna to the satellite receiver. Additionally transmitter provides optional 13/18V LNB power as well as Automatic Gain Control (AGC) to manage RF input level. By transporting the L-Band RF over fiber this range can be extended from several hundred feet to over 80 miles. Since optical signal is not affected by electromagnetic field, the quality of your signal will always stay at the high level. Also this fiber solution is more cost effective than coaxial system, as well as more reliable and flexible.

  • Linear Amplifiers

    LA Series - Motion Control Systems, Inc.

    Motion Control Systems'' linear amplifiers are high performance servo controllers that produce very smooth sinusoidal motor currents using a linear amplifier output stage. In combination with a sinusoidally wound MCS brushless motor, the linear amplifier can achieve extremely precise rotational control with less than 1% torque ripple, no acoustic noise and almost undetectable levels of electromagnetic interference. Standard programmable features allow greater design flexibility, easy installation and start-up.

  • Amplifiers

    Motion Control Systems, Inc.

    Motion Control Systems'' linear amplifiers are high performance servo controllers that produce very smooth sinusoidal motor currents using a linear amplifier output stage. In combination with a sinusoidally wound MCS brushless motor, the linear amplifier can achieve extremely precise rotational control with less than 1% torque ripple, no acoustic noise and almost undetectable levels of electromagnetic interference. Standard programmable features allow greater design flexibility, easy installation and start-up.

  • RF Architect, Synthesis, Modulated RF Element

    W2372EP - Keysight Technologies

    The RF Architect, Synthesis, Modulated RF Element provides the industry's most powerful communication system architecture, frequency planning and circuit/system synthesis capabilities from Genesysto the Advanced Design System (ADS), the flagship product from Keysight EEsof EDA.Analyzes RF systems withdigitally modulated RF signals. It offers breakthrough budget analysis of EVM, BER, and ACPR on level diagrams which determine their contribution from each system component stage. You can then verify the system against LTE-3GPP and WLAN 802.11ac wireless standards. ADS is the only design simulation platform that enables the co-design of IC, package and board in high-frequency and hi-speed applications. It seamlessly integrates system, circuit, full 3D electromagnetic simulation with Keysight's test instrumentation for you to do single pass successful electronic designs.

  • EMPro Core Environment

    W2401BP - Keysight Technologies

    The W2401BP Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro) Core Environment provides a modern 3D solid modeling environment for creating arbitrary 3D objects and importing existing models from other CAD environments. From EMPro, both time domain and frequency domain simulations can be launched and results viewed. EMPro is integrated with Keysight's Advanced Design System (ADS) circuit design flow through import of ADS layout objects, and export of parameterized 3D components that can be added to an ADS layout.

  • Current Caliper

    KH23101 - Beijing KeHuan Century EMC Technology Co,.LTD

    The KH23101 current caliper is a toroidal transformer used to measure EMI current. When measuring, the caliper does not directly touch the electrical conductor or the cable under test. The conductor passing through the caliper window is used as the single-turn primary wire of the transformer, and the secondary is designed to be multi-turn. Use with 50 Ω receiving system (such as EMI electromagnetic interference field strength meter or spectrum analyzer). In order to facilitate installation and rapid measurement of EMI current, it is designed as a caliper that can be opened.

  • Microwave Generators And Systems

    MKS Instruments

    MKS offers compact industrial microwave generators and systems in 915MHz and 2450MHz that are adaptable to a wide range of applications including include Food and Beverage Packaging, Environmental and Advanced Industrial processes like coating, material growth, and automotive. With a robust, modular power system chassis design and advanced filament and electromagnetic management, MKS microwave generators are engineered to last. The microwave generators are equipped with switch mode topology for all power ranges and support a variety of fieldbus communication protocols.

  • Benchtop Meters

    ALVI Technologies

    Fullcheck automatically checks the device functions during power-on.Possible to document the operablility and the regular maintenance and calibration of the meterSensoface monitors the sensor and the measuring equipment and provides information on sensor selection and hanglingUnknown cell constants can easily be determined with a standard calibrationEMC design protects the meter from electromagnetic interference ensuring reliable measurement results even under unfavorable conditions.Measuring input is automatically switched over to the appropriate operating mode.Via the standard RS 232 interface your data can be immediately processed by a computer.DatasheetRelated Products

  • High Capacity Layout Pre-processor Element

    W2324EP - Keysight Technologies

    The High Capacity Layout Pre-processor Element is an ODB++ file format import and pre-processing tool that enables you select the environment immediately around critical nets in preparation for electromagnetic (EM) modeling. This type of pre-processing is useful in high-speed digital design where the printed circuit board (PCB) is very complex and whose total geometry exceeds the capacity of an EM-based field solver. The solution is to focus in on a handful of critical nets; for example, a differential pair connecting two Serializer/Deserializer (SERDES) integrated circuits (ICs) that is a victim of crosstalk from one or more aggressor traces. An example of such a trace is shown highlighted below in Figure 1. Note that the board has been "cookie cut" meaning a convex hull with a user-defined margin has been defined, leaving a portion of the board whose complexity is within the capacity constraints of full-accuracy, full-wave EM field solvers such as Momentum and FEM Element.

  • Trifield Meter

    100XE - Alpha Lab, Inc.

    The Trifield Meter is a gaussmeter, electric field meter, radio field strength meter in a single unit. When measuring electromagnetic fields (EMFs), the primary concern is usually magnetic fields, which can be tricky to measure. If a less sophisticated 1-axis gaussmeter is used, a reading of zero could result even where the field is strong. A 1-axis meter must be oriented correctly to measure the field (which is a vector). The 3-axis Trifield Meter solves that problem by measuring the true strength of the field regardless of which way it is oriented. Therefore, the Trifield Meter can be scanned rapidly across an area without having to stop at each point to search for the orientation that gives a maximum reading. Another section of the meter detects AC electric fields, which can exist independently of AC magnetic field. The third section detects radio/microwave, such as from a leaky microwave oven.

  • Power Line Meter

    Alpha Lab, Inc.

    The Line EMI Meter measures electromagnetic interference in a single-phase AC power line. It plugs into a wall outlet (mains socket) and requires no battery. It immediately displays total line noise in millivolts (range 1999 mV, resolution 1 mV) in the frequency range 10 KHz 10 MHz (the frequency limits at which sensitivity is of the maximum sensitivity). A speaker plays the sound of the EMI, amplitude demodulated, in order to identify the EMI source (such as an AM or shortwave radio station vs. a motor vs. an electric arc).

  • Fiber Optic Transmission Systems

    Power Diagnostix Systems GmbH

    Although differential and isolation amplifiers can eliminate some of the many possible sources of error and at least reduce their effects, only fiber-optic isolation amplifiers bring definite relief. Optical isolation of measuring circuits eliminates long measuring cables prone to electromagnetic interference, and potential differences of several hundred kilovolts become possible between measuring and recording circuits.Applying fiber optic isolation with high impulse-current applications allows the ground potential to have dramatically transient changes without affecting the integrity of the signals captured and transmitted.