Intended for R&D, manufacturing, and calibration lab applications, the CL3001 calibrator from Omega features 0.0025% accuracy. The calibrator is used for temperature, DC, and pressure calibration. It also includes custom RTD and SPRT profile, RS232, USB, and IEEE-488 remote control, and NIST Certificate
The Symbian Foundation has been left with egg on its face after accidentally sanctioning what experts are calling the first text message worm in history.
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has purportedly created an Organic Light Emitting Diode that is 75% more efficient than previous models. Led by Prof. Kyung-Cheol Choi, the KAIST team discovered a new type of surface plasmon enhanced OLED. KAIST explains their finding thusly: “For surface plasmon localization, silver nanoparticles were thermally deposited in a high vacuum on cathode.
Corelis announced the availability of two product bundles for stand-alone in-system programming environments. The bundles are based on the ScanExpress family of products and are dubbed ISP-TAFP and ISP-JTAG. ISP-TAFP is capable of
The ESD Pro Event Detector and the Ground Pro Ground Integrity Meter from the 3M Electronics Solutions Division are designed to protect sensitive electronics components and help prevent equipment malfunction by quickly and accurately detecting ESD, EMI and measuring ground impedance. The hand-held
Qwest Communications International Inc. is doubling its top Internet download speeds in some areas to keep up with the offerings of cable companies. The phone company said Monday it is introducing a plan with download speeds of up to 40 megabits per second and upload speeds of up to 20 mbps in parts of 15 cities, including Denver; Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz.; Salt Lake City; Seattle and Vancouver, Wash.; and Minneapolis/St. Paul
The first astronauts to walk on the moon want President Barack Obama to aim for a new destination: Mars. On Monday, the Apollo 11 crewmen, fresh from a Washington lecture Sunday in which two of them expressed concerns about NASA getting bogged down on the moon, are meeting with Obama at the White House. In one of their few joint public appearances, the crew of Apollo 11 spoke on the eve of the 40th anniversary of man's first landing on the moon, but didn't get soggy with nostalgia.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, or LRO, has returned its first imagery of the Apollo moon landing sites. The pictures show the Apollo missions' lunar module descent stages sitting on the moon's surface, as long shadows from a low sun angle make the modules' locations evident.
The technology sector is often talked about as if it were a unified front, an easy-to-define monolith. People say technology stocks rose or technology stocks fell. Tech helped drive a huge boom in the 1990s, and when that collapsed in 2001, tech contributed to the last recession. In reality, technology companies have about as much in common as Toyota Motor Corp., Boeing Co. and JetBlue Airways Corp. Sure, all three play a part in getting you places, but their customers are different, as are their sales cycles and the metrics used to measure their prospects.
The FieldFox RF Analyzer from Agilent is now available with an interference analyzer option. Key measurements include: cable and antenna test; spectrum, interference and vector network analysis; true average power measurements; and a vector voltmeter.
In a move to bolster its enterprise storage offerings, Hewlett-Packard on Friday announced an agreement to acquire IBRIX. The privately-owned company offers enterprise-class file-serving software that includes data protection, high-availability features, and data-management services for extreme scale-out, cloud and high-performance computing.
With a mission to create control ICs both for conventional and solid-state light sources, a joint development center for next-generation energy-efficient lighting technology from Dialog Semiconductor and TridonicAtco will be based in Graz and Dornbirn, Austria.
Micropelt’s MPC-D40x Series of thermoelectric coolers (TECs) can pump over 600 mW with a drive current of 200 milliamps as required for thermal management of low power edge emitting lasers or VCSELs. The company’s micro-structuring technology enables
KEMET has announced an expansion of its CWR 09, 11, 19, and 29 Series of tantalum capacitors to fully meet the requirements of MIL-PRF-55365 T-level testing. KEMET’S CWR Series is designed for use by military/aerospace customers in high reliability applications.
Crystek's CPLL66-2416-2553 PLL/Synthesizer operates from 2416 MHz to 2553 MHz with a typical Step Size of 100 kHz. It is housed in a 0.6-in. x 0.6-in. x 0.15-in. SMD package. According to the company, its PLL/synthesizer construction