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  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Cables and Connectors
    than 50 years' experience producing x-ray tubes in nominal voltages ranging from 50,000 to 450,000 V recently launched a low-noise 75-kV cable. EMDM: Spotlight on Cables and Connectors (May/June 2000). Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical Device Link. The Online Information Source for the Medical
  • Cable Shielding
    tubing.) Coverage is 100% and. coiled around the cable. They are the most flexible of shielded cables, and. resistance is low. There is no better shield. are often used in audio applications. Served shields are usually soldered,. or crimped to a lug or termination post. Common applications
  • USB Tutorial
    / CAT6A Cables. Ethernet Cards. Fiber Jumpers. Network T Splitters. In-Line Coupler. Modem, Phone & Other Ethernet Cables. Media Converters & Print Servers. Network Tools & Testers. Networking Racks. Networking Routers & Switches. Patch Panels and Cable Management. Wireless Antenna. Power Cords & Surge
  • Reflective Memory Optimization Realized Through Best Practices in Design
    of the ring. Hubs. Writes to its Reflective Memory. can be cascaded, permitting a managed hub array with up to. at(t =0+t +t +t ). 0. 1. 1. 1. Fiber-optics Ring Network. 256 nodes. Each port regenerates the serial optical signal, eliminating. problems with insertion losses and cable attenuation. Signal
  • Using the MCP2120 Developer's Board for "IR Sniffing"
    When developing applications using a network protocol standard, it is helpful to "see" the data being transmitted between the devices. When the network protocol standard uses a physical medium, a logic analyzer can be used to view the data transmitted over the cable. A different method must be used
  • Decoding an Infrared Remote Using a PIC16C5X Microcontroller
    For many years the consumer electronics industry has been employing infrared remote controls for the control of televisions, VCR?s, and cable boxes. This same tech-nology has recently started to appear in industrial applications to eliminate keypads. Decoding most of the infrared signals can
  • Coaxial Cabling Tutorial
    used with coaxial cables is the Bayone-Neill-Concelman (BNC) connector (See fig.2). Different types of adapters are available for BNC connectors, including a T-connector, barrel connector, and terminator. Connectors on the cable are the weakest points in any network. To help avoid problems with your
  • Medical Device Link .
    An extensive line of sealed circular connectors withstand operating temperatures of 200 C and are rated up to IP68. The connectors are highly chemical resistant and are safe for all medical sterilization procedures. More than 30 intermatable sealed and unsealed body types are available for cable

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