Newsletter | May 16, 2024

05.16.24 -- Digital Twins: From Apollo 13 To Treating Cancer | What Is Additive White Gaussian Noise | Measuring Inrush Current


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Digital Twins: From Apollo 13 To Treating Cancer

Digital twins are virtual replicas of physical objects or systems, enabling real-time monitoring, analysis, and optimization. An earlier version of them helped save the Apollo 13 astronauts, and future versions of them will be used to treat cancer.


What Is Additive White Gaussian Noise And Why Is It Important?

Discover the significance of Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) in test & measurement. Learn how it simulates real-world conditions to enhance system performance.

RF Components For Radar: Duplexing

Delving into duplexing methods for radar systems, explore the advantages of employing either circulator and hybrid coupler setups or single pole double throw switches (SPDT).

The Power Of Connectivity: Smart Home Insights

Discover how Matter standard revolutionizes IoT compatibility and fosters seamless collaboration among smart devices, unlocking a unified, intuitive, and truly connected living environment.

Measuring Inrush Current

Whether it's FPGAs or drilling machines, the surge of inrush current during startup is a crucial consideration, particularly in the realm of switching mode power supplies.


dB Control Awarded Contract For High-Voltage Power Supplies

Mobix Labs Announces Strategic Acquisition Of RaGE Systems

MosoLabs Debuts F5G Indoor Radio Using Qualcomm FSM200 5G RAN Platform

Spectrum Control Announces New Direct RF Extension To SCi Blocks Family

Nokia And Vodafone Trial Open RAN With Arm And HPE

Bittium Supplied NATO’s DIANA Test Centres With Tactical Communications Technology

NAL Research Announces Merger With Blue Sky Network

CesiumAstro To Provide Rocket Lab Multi-Beam Ka-Band Communications Payloads

Keysight Introduces Pulse Generator Option For Handheld Analyzers

Rohde & Schwarz Presents Its Test Solutions At CCW 2024

Expansion Of Step Attenuators Offers Precision Control


Tune A Fixed-Band Matched Antenna Using XFdtd’s Schematic Editor

XFdtd’s schematic editor includes matching network tuning, enabling users to easily adjust component values to meet design goals and better understand the behavior of a circuit.


Driving Innovation In mmWave Technology

dB Control's Mike Lee discusses some of the company's most exciting technologies that are impacting the aerospace and defense sector, including Ka-Band TWTA's for unmanned aircraft.


0.8 To 2.5 GHz, 300 W Min Solid-State High-Power Amplifier: AMP2025A

The AMP2025A is a solid-state high-power amplifier designed for a wide range of applications, featuring an operating frequency range of 0.8 - 2.5 GHz.

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Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna: SAS-574

The Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna offers excellent performance over the frequency range of 18 GHz to 40 GHz. High gain, low VSWR, and input handling capability make this horn antenna an excellent general use performer. 

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