Test & Measurement Product News

Tektronix launches HDMXpress

Tektronix has added analysis and characterisation support for HDMI 2.0 receiver testing to HDMXpress. HDMXpress provides support for HDMI test pattern generation, auto-calibration and margin testing, eliminating the needs for manual pattern creation. The cost is £5,350. “HDMI 2.0/1.4a/b solutions include test fixtures…

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Anritsu moves 4G analyser to LTE-Advanced

Anritsu has introduced a radio communication analyser for R&D testing of 4G mobile devices supporting LTE-Advanced. As a successor to Anritsu’s 2G/3G and LTE analyser, the MT8821C analyser operates as network simulator supporting LTE and LTE-Advanced protocols. There are preset measurement parameters for test…

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UltraSoC and Teledyne team on debug

UltraSoC and Teledyne LeCroy today will collaborate on debug and validation technologies to reduce time-to-market and overall development costs, they have announced…

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PCIM: Intepro adds drag-and-drop set-up to PowerStar

Intepro Systems has added drag-and-drop programming to its PowerStar power supply test software, and has extended operation to 64bit Windows. Included in PowerStar 6, and based on an expanded test library, instrument set-up and device under test (DUT) output test parameters can be defined through drag and…

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Tektronix targets low cost sig gen at schools

Tektronix has introduced the entry level AFG1022 arbitrary/function generator which the company said, at £438, is affordable for educational institutions and companies on a budget. Its specifications are more impressive than scope-based signal generators. The dual-channel generator has 25MHz bandwidth with 1mVpp to 10Vpp output, 14-bit…

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Hand-held 3D scanner from RS

RS Components is stocking the Scanify hand-held 3D scanner. Made by Fuel-3D, it uses two cameras and processing to digitise in 8bit RGB with up to 0.35mm resolution. “The user places an optical tracking target on the object, as a reference for movement correction, and a one…

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USB-based 6GHz vector network analyser

Anritsu has introduced the ShockLine MS46121A series of 1-port USB vector network analysers (VNAs). Two models with frequency coverage of 40MHz to 4GHz and 150kHz to 6GHz are powered and controlled by a PC through the USB port. Sweeps can be conducted at 100 microseconds per point and the…

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Tektronix gives 70GHz scope a new form-factor

Tektronix has introduced an oscilloscope with a real-time bandwidth of 70GHz using the firm’s patented Asynchronous Time Interleaving (ATI) technology. For the DPO70000SX oscilloscope Tektronix has made significant change to the control panel of the instrument and reduced the size of the display. According to the company, one…

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