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  • Test gear goes embedded
    functions for acquiring, analyzing, and presenting a complex waveform. Two different graphs, one for the waveform and the other for the waveform's power spectrum, are displayed to the testing technician on the computer screen. Data-capture hardware for a virtual instrument may take many forms. Here
  • Formulations and a Computer-Aided Test Method for the Estimation of IMD Levels in an Envelope Feedback RFIC Power Ampli?er
    This paper presents new formulations, together with an ef?cient computer-aided test approach intended for radio frequency integrated circuit power ampli?ers (PAs), allowing the estimation of linearity requirements for the circuit blocks. typically found in the error signal path of an envelope
  • INTEGRATED TEST PLATFORMS: TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ADVANCES IN COMPUTER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE
    Ongoing hardware, software and networking advances in low-cost, general-purpose computing platforms have opened the door for powerful, highly usable, integrated test platforms for demanding industrial application. With a focus on the automotive industry, this paper reviews the pros and cons
  • The Need for a Universal EMC Test Standard
    From the technical perspective, creating a universal standard for EMC tests performed worldwide would not be difficult, and it would eliminate so many problems. For example, if the same model computer system is purchased by the U.S. Navy, the Cleveland Clinic, a college student in Michigan
  • Designing Digital Computer Systems with Verilog
    Designing Digital Computer Systems with Verilog. Using Verilog, a leading commercial hardware description language, this text describes how to specify, design, and test a complete digital system.
  • New Test Facility Mimics Rail Car "Humping "
    quot;Humping, " in railroad jargon, means to couple railroad cars together by slamming them into one another at low speed. A 14-wheel rail test car (left) slams into a special barrier at speeds to 15 mph. The system from Control Power-Reliance, Troy, Mich., emulates the humping action of railroad
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    Professors Bob Brodersen (left) and Borivoje Nikolic (right), along with grad student Dejan Markovic, pose amongst test gear at UC Berkeley. The trio is working to find the ideal compromise between power and performance in tomorrow's computing components. Berkeley Prof Pinpointing Power Optimum
  • Computer Power User Article - What's Happening
    IBM's newest ThinkPad models can protect the hard drive from damage from a fall. If you own a notebook computer, you've probably dropped it at some point. Chances are, the results weren't good (unless you were lucky enough to drop it on a pile of really fluffy pillows). Two new IBM ThinkPad

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