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◗ Low moisture absorption
◗ Feature size capability down to 225 um
◗ Rigid mechanical properties for finely featured parts
Benefits:
◗ Enables new designs that cannot be made with traditional
fabrication processes
◗ Enables volumetric/3D circuits
◗ Use of gradient index (GRIN) designs in a one-material
system
◗ Utilizes a scalable, high-resolution 3D-printing process,
enabling end-use manufacturing of complex and finely
featured dielectric parts
Find more information at http://www.rogerscorp.com.
Software Expands IQ Measurement and
Analysis Capabilities of Field Spectrum
Analysis Solutions
Anritsu Company introduces
the IQ Signal
Master MX280005A Vector
Signal Analysis software
that delivers expanded
post processing measurements
and analysis of IQ
data files captured on Anritsu
Field Master Pro™
MS2090A, Remote Spectrum
Monitor MS27201A, and Remote Spectrum Monitor
MS2710xA spectrum analyzers. Designed for challenging
field environments, the software assists government regulators
inspect the RF spectrum, security agencies track illegal
or nefarious signals, spectrum owners protect their licensed
spectrum, and defense electronics companies analyze radar
and EW signals.
A comprehensive suite of enhanced functions in the new
VSA software allows users to analyze the modulation of captured
signals or replay the captured IQ data with enhanced
resolution. It includes an IQ file browser with a detailed view
of IQ file metadata, as well as an IQ data capture control that
allows users to configure the spectrum analyzer quickly and
easily for IQ data capture. A basic IQ data viewer that provides
a quick and easy method to interpret images of any captured
IQ data file to validate that the file contains information of interest
is also included in the software.
An optional IQ file format converter enables IQ data captured
using an Anritsu spectrum analyzer to be converted to
the format required by the Anritsu Vector Signal Generator
MG3710E and downloaded for playback to enable simulation
of captured signals in a controlled lab environment. The
VSA mode of the new MX280005A features the same modulation
quality measurements included in the initial release of the
software.
October 2022
With the expanded MX280005A, Anritsu offers a complete
end-to-end solution for IQ capture and analysis. It
enhances the Field Master Pro MS2090A, and Remote Spectrum
Monitors MS27201A and MS2710XA. The MS2090A with
continuous frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 54 GHz and a
110 MHz real-time option delivers a displayed average noise
level (DANL) of -164 dBm, and Third Order Intercept (TOI) of
+20 dBm (typical).
To learn more, visit http://www.anritsu.com.
16 Channel PXI Device Power Supply
The Marvin Test Solutions
GX3116e Device Power
Supply (DPS) delivers a
high density, flexible,
isolated semiconductor
device power supply solution.
Each of the 16
independent, isolated,
power supply channels
provide four-quadrant
source-measure unit
(SMU) functionality, making this a solution for many existing
and emerging multisite semiconductor test applications.
The GX3116e is a precision four-quadrant, 16 channel Device
Power Supply (DPS) capable of forcing and measuring
both voltage and current on all 16 channels independently. It
incorporates two electrically isolated groups of eight programmable
voltage/current source and measurement channels.
Three programmable current ranges are available: 2.56 mA,
25.6 mA and 512 mA; the voltage output range is determined
by the current range selection. In low current ranges the DPS
can force between -2 V and 10.5 V, and in high current mode
(>25.6 mA), the DPS can force between 0 V and 9.5 V. Multiple
channels can be ganged together to achieve higher current
levels, with a maximum current output of 2 A per bank; additionally,
both banks can be ganged together to extend the total
available output current to 4 A.
In constant voltage mode, the DPS forces a voltage whose
current output is determined by the programmable source/
sink current limits. The output voltage can be sensed either locally
or remotely utilizing Kelvin connections available on a
per channel basis. Kelvin connections provide the best voltage
accuracy at the device under test (DUT), ensuring that the DUT
receives the required excitation levels independent of cabling
and other interconnects.
In constant current mode the DPS forces a current, and the
voltage output is limited by programmable high/low voltage
limits. Output voltage and current levels are set with 16 bits of
resolution, and measurement readback with 24 bits of resolution.
Each channel can be protected and disabled when an over
current, over voltage or over temperature condition is detected.
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