Addressing the demand for low-profile configurable power solutions for broadcast, instrumentation, medical equipment, ATE, and other demanding applications, the NV-Power family of AC/DC digital front-end supplies can deliver a 1,450-W peak output for as much as 10 seconds.
Using a universal mounting system with tamper-proof plugs and feed-throughs, ARC Wireless Solutions’ ARC IES Generation II (Gen II) enclosure performs in radios using broadband Wi-Fi, WiMAX and MIMO. The RoHS-compliant device demonstrates compatibility with many of ARC Wireless’ dual polarization, embedded, bolt-on
Providing hitless reference and master/slave switching support with a SyncLink cross-couple data link, Connor-Winfield’s STC5230 synchronous clock IC uses 2 independent timing generators, T0 and T4, that include a digital phase-locked loop (DPLL) in Freerun, Synchronized, and Holdover modes with programmable loop bandwidth of each DPLL from 90 mHz to 107 Hz. The ITU-G.813- and Telcordia GR1244 and
Utilizing a RG58 cable with a U/V stable polypropylene radome and 3M VHB Series 2-sided adhesive gasket, Astron Wireless Technologies’ LP8319H, LP8615H, LP8619H, LP9119H and LP9219H dual band antennas present a power handling capability of 50 W. The 4.50” OD × 1.06” H devices offer vertical polarization with a
The inherent weakness of any portable device is its isolation from a constant power source, such as electricity. Thus, battery technology has evolved alongside the iPod and laptop computer. But batteries themselves are inefficient, because they either deplete themselves, or in the case of rechargeables, require electricity supplied from a power grid. But what if you could harness the energy produced by the natural motion of the human body? Bionic Power is endeavoring to accomplish that with its “Biomechanical Energy Harvester.”
Having a cast aluminum cover, Linemaster Switch’s Linemaster Junior foot switch is said to eliminate lower leg stress and pain after many hours of usage while standing or sitting. The device is suitable for applications including communication equipment, conveyors, terminal application equipment, computer software programs and
Running off of a 32 kHz oscillator, Freescale Semiconductor’s MC9S08QE32 8-bit MCU demonstrates current consumption of less than 7.3 mA on an operating voltage range from 1.8 V to 3.6 V. The device exhibits 2 low-power stop modes, low-power run and wait modes, clock gating registers to disable clocks or unused peripherals and
Verifying flow rate, direction and output condition, Panasonic Electric Works’ FM-200 Series SUNX air flow sensors integrates a two-color dual digital display to show this data. The devices offer bi-directional flow detection of
Meeting international specifications for harsh environments, Datatronics’ 4283-1200 and 4283-1250 Series transformers operate in line and portable medical devices, such as defibrillators, industrial lasers, ion generators for powder coating and painting equipment, cathode ray tube transformers and traveling wave tube transformers. The flyback
Storing multiple input video feeds for later review and analysis, BVM Limited’s MP-6010 mini-PCI and PCI video capture card works in security and surveillance video systems. The component offers 4-channel video and audio inputs with independently-configurable compression parameters, a single video and audio output channel, and programmable
Running in frequency ranges from 200 MHz to 239 MHz, Crystek’s CVCO55FL-0200-2039 VCO exhibits a typical phase noise of -123 dBC/Hz at 10 KHz offset. The 0.5” × 0.5” SMT-packaged component offers typical output power of 9 dBm, input voltage of 5 V and a control voltage range from 0.5 V to 4.5 V. The oscillator
Complying with VITA 41.0 specifications and the VITA 38 specification for system management, Elma Bustronic’s 8-slot VXS backplane utilizes a Star routing topology and backplane simulation for signal performance. The 6U-high device includes
Operating with an input voltage range from 1.8 V to 5.5 V, Fairchild Semiconductor’s FPF22xx Series IntelliMAX load switches include undervoltage lockout (UVLO), thermal shutdown and current limiting. The J-STD-020- and RoHS-compliant components offer
Working with 120 VDC to 370 VDC supplies, RECOM Electronic’s RAC-SB Series of 5 W and 10 W single-output AC/DC power supplies exhibit universal inputs ranging from 90 VAC to 264 VAC. The 2” × 1” encapsulated PCB mount or panel mount devices present five output voltage options ranging from 3.3 VDC to
Previously analog-to-digital converters (ADC) at high input frequencies were limited in usefulness due to distortion and noise performance. Today, however, ADCs can provide nearly 9.5 bits of effective number of bits (ENOB) at radio frequencies (RF) of 1 GHz with signal bandwidths greater than 200MHz. Such performance at high frequencies eliminates a mixer stage, simplifying receiver design to improve overall system performance.