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Supplier: ETEL S.A.
Description: of your machine thanks to AccurET AccurET current loop is highly reliable: Parasitic movements can be avoided thanks to its very low noise. In addition, its high bandwidth allows to: - Maximize the bandwidth of the position loop - Benefit from advanced feed forward, and better compensate for friction
- Specialty Control Systems: Multi-axis Controller
- Setup & Control: Computer Interface
- Configuration: Stand Alone, Rack Mount
- Communication Standards: Ethernet, USB
Description: providing 23-bits of raw resolution at 20 MSamples/second sample rate -- twice as fast as the previous generation ADC -- to uncover signal details users could never see before. This module is especially effective in systems using digital signal processing (DSP) to analyze signals. Such processing rangesShow More
Supplier: Nutfield Technology
Description: Nutfield Technology’s QuantumDrive-4000 Servo Amplifier is a small, powerful galvanometer power supply, giving greater performance at the most cost effective price. As Nutfield’s smallest Cla ss-1 servo amplifier, the QD-4000 features dual output power amplifiers for maximum performanceShow More
Description: Keysight Agilent HP N2779A Features: Various bandwidths: DC to 2 MHz, 10 MHz, 50 MHz, 100 MHz DC and AC measurements Superior 1% accuracy and high signal-to-noise ratio Overload-protect function prevents probe damage from excessive input Direct connection to high-impedance 1 MΩ BNC input
- Probe Type: Current
Supplier: Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Description: where the noise of the APD is comparable to that of the amplifier. For example, when the system bandwidth is high, the amplifier noise is high, and an APD is likely to be useful. On the other hand, in very low bandwidth systems, the noise of the amplifier is likely to be very low, in which case, the APD
- PN, PIN, or Avalanche: Avalanche Photodiode
- Spectral Response: Visible, IR
- Array: Yes
- Sensitivity: 12 to 62 A/W
Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers - 50 kHz - 8.5 GHz Handheld Spectrum Analyzer -- BK Precision 2658A
Description: signals DANL (displayed average noise level) of -127 dBm Large easy-to-read color display, 640 x 480 resolution Measurement functions: channel/adjacent channel power, occupied bandwidth, electric and magnetic field strength Convenient Auto tune function PC Software for remote control
- Frequency Range: 50000 to 8.50E9 Hz
Description: Keysight Agilent HP N9000A Features: Functionality 9 kHz to 3 or 7.5 GHz; internal preamplifier options up to 7.5 GHz Optional built-in tracking generator 3 or 6 GHz 10 MHz (standard), 25 MHz (optional) analysis bandwidth Performance ±0.5 dB absolute amplitude accuracy +17 dBm thirdShow More
Supplier: Pico Technology
Description: , service, monitoring, fault finding, and repair. Up to 200 MHz bandwidth 1 GS/s sampling Advanced digital triggers Arbitrary waveform generator Serial decoding USB powered Ultra-compact design Windows, Linux and Mac software Powerful, portable, and versatile The PicoScope 2200A SeriesShow More
Description: and quality-assured fabrication. The bulk micromachined concept enables measurements at extremely low noise levels allowing these MEMS sensors to be used in demanding geophone applications. The IQA10 can be designed to operate for different ranges and bandwidths, including DC inclination sensing.
- Number of Axes: Triaxial
- Sensor Technology: MEMS
- Device Type: Sensor / Transducer
- Sensor Output: Acceleration
Supplier: Multiwave Photonics
Description: The L-band broadband source is based on Amplified Spontaneous Emission froma diode-pumped Er-doped fiber, and delivers a high spectral density output in the 1562 nm - 1608 nm range. The source uses a MultiwavePhotonics proprietary design allowing very high spectral density by effective suppression
- Laser Wavelength: Infrared
- Wavelength Range: 1562 to 1608 nm
Supplier: Boonton Electronics Corporation
Description: before the measurement. A wide range of power sensors and voltage probes is available for these instruments. Features: Frequency range 9.9kHz to 40 GHz Peak power range: -50 to +20 dBm Average power range: -70 to +44 dBm Video bandwidth: 70 MHz Effective time resolution: 200 ps Effective
- Form Factor: Bench / Free-Standing
- Display Type: Digital
- Bandwidth: 9900 to 4.00E10 Hz
- Maximum Channels: 2
Supplier: Airbus Group
Description: . This patented approach utilises two individual mono block filters to provide fully variable bandwidth, whilst maximizing the effective shape factor and channelisation properties of the function, creating a complex band-pass channel filter This filter technology is a key enabling factor for the next
- Product Category: Frequency Converter
- Frequency: 1.80E7 to 2.50E8 Hz
Supplier: TMP Pro Distribution
Description: without the usual phase shift and limited bandwidth typically introduced by lesser designs. The JS2 and JS3 deliver better than 90dB of noise rejection, eliminating troublesome noise caused by stray DC voltage and hum & buzz caused by ground loops. The signal path is 100% discrete and incorporatesShow More
Description: softphones. Jabra Bluetooth Headset Features: - Multiuse: Allows simultaneous connection to several bluetooth enabled devices - Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Technology: Provides effective noise cancellation and automatic volume control for optimum digital sound enhancement. - PeakStop Acoustic
- Type: Wireless
- Application: Telephone / Voice Communication
- Features: Bluetooth®
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This family of devices is fully characterized and specified with a 16-bit settling time of 280 ns that enables a true 16-bit effective number of bits (ENOB). Along with a high dc precision of only 100 µV offset voltage, a wide gain-bandwidth product of 120 MHz, a low wideband noise of 2.5 nV/ √Hz, this family is optimized for driving high-throughput, high-resolution SAR ADCs, such as the ADS88xx family of SAR ADCs. The OPAx625 features two operating modes: high-drive and low-power... (read more)
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3-Channel Endevco® Voltage Amplifier
Key features. Three-Channel DC Differential Voltage Amplifier. 200 kHz Bandwidth (-3dB Corner). Auto-Zero and Shunt Calibration. Gain Range 0 to 1000. Four Selectable Excitation Voltage Levels. RS-232 Serial Interface. 12 VDC Power Option. Built-in 4-Pole Butterworth Low- Pass Filter. Meets filter requirements of J211 and ISO 6487. Meggitt's Endevco ® model 136 three-channel voltage amplifier is designed for use with bridge-type or differential output accelerometers and pressure transducers... (read more)
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Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Integrate Streamlined Low-Light-Level Detection
modules tailored to the needs of the customer. Depending upon customer requirements, modifications can include a different APD, a cost effective PCB module, optional calibration, bandwidth optimization, FC-connectorized packaging and customized testing. Key Features. High responsivity: 650KV/W @ 900 nm. Transimpedance amplifier. 50 Ω SMA output connector. Temperature compensation to stabilize gain and responsivity. User controllable gain and responsivity. Single + 5V operating voltage at input... (read more)
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ProAV Solutions: HD Video and AV Extension-over-IP
Analog video distribution systems have several vulnerabilities regarding quality and distance, not least of which is that analog technology is being phased out in favor of higher quality digital equipment. The biggest challenge with digital signal distribution has been its need for a large amount of bandwidth. Now you can break free from traditional video limits by deploying HD video over your IP network. Image quality remains excellent, and costs are minimal because setup uses infrastructure... (read more)
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Marktech Optoelectronics is pleased to introduce its new line of Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes. This APD series has an internal gain mechanism, fast time response, low dark current and high sensitivity in the near infrared region. These APD ’s are recommended for applications that require high bandwidth or where internal gain is needed to overcome high pre-amp noise. In addition our APD ’s provide higher sensitivity than a standard photodiode and are ideal for extreme low-level... (read more)
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Microwave Photonic Systems, Inc.
Fiber Optic Interfacilify Link(IFL) System
Transmission. Features. CWDM Compatible. Wide Bandwidth, 5 MHz - 500 MHz. Low Noise RF Front-end (opt). 1 Year Full, 2 Year Limited Warranty. About Microwave Photonics. A leading edge engineering firm that specializes in the design, development and manufacture of RF/Fiber optic components, modules, and subsystems. MPS fulfills multiple roles providing these hardware items including OEM supplier, design consultant, and contract manufacturer. MPS has been providing proprietary technology solutions... (read more)
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Like a benchtop oscilloscope,only smaller & better
Like a benchtop oscilloscope, only smaller and better. The PicoScope 2200A Series oscilloscopes offer a modern and portable alternative to bulky benchtop devices. You can now fit a 200 MHz, 1 GS/s instrument easily in your laptop bag! They are perfect for engineers on the move; ideal for a wide range of applications including design, test, education, service, monitoring, fault finding, and repair. Up to 200 MHz bandwidth. 1 GS/s sampling. Advanced digital triggers. Arbitrary waveform generator... (read more)
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Withstanding The Rigors Of Field & Laboratory Use!
New England Wire Technologies - Instrumentation Test & Measurement. Testing and measuring the reliability, performance, and durability of instruments for medical, scientific and industrial use requires a high degree of technical knowledge and a broad range of manufacturing expertise. New England Wire Technologies is widely recognized for our ability to produce cables with extra flexibility, extended flex life, durability, and low noise-characteristics that are essential in medical... (read more)
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Piezo Motors Power MRI Robot
against the drive rod, but you need to actually design a whole custom device around it. In terms of a compact, self-contained, I haven ’t seen any competition, really, for the MICROMO devices. ” . Control challenges. The piezoelectric actuator requires only very small conductive electrodes that are both nonmagnetic and not ferrous. This makes it safe to use in the MRI environment. In this application, however, safe was not enough. Any electrical noise generated by power supply... (read more)
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TSL257 Noise Sources
There are 3 primary components of noise in a light to voltage converter: * Thermal noise of the feedback resistor. * Shot noise of the photo current. * Circuit noise. The TSL257 uses a 50 M? resistor in a Tee feedback network with a gain of 6.4 to achieve an effective resistance of 320 M?. The 50 M
Optical Bit Error Rate - Preface
Preface. The key objectives in telecommunications --wired, wireless, or. optical --are safe and cost-effective transportation and prompt. delivery of the client 's undamaged data. How this is done, and. what technology is used to do it, is of less concern to the paying. customer and of more concern
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The Art of Radiometry
5.4.2 Effective noise bandwidth .
Phase-Lock Basics 2nd Edition
2 The level that we observe during the measurement will be σv = Sv Bn , where Bn is the effective noise bandwidth (to be defined exactly in Chapter 14) of the analyzer.
Handbook of Noise and Vibration Control Complete Document
The two most often traditionally used definitions are the 3-dB bandwidth and the “ effective noise bandwidth ” (sometimes referred to only as the noise bandwidth).
Trade-Offs in Analog Circuit Design
Integrating over the effective noise bandwidth of a first-order low-pass with cut-off frequency .
Noise in electromagnetic flowmeters
It is shown that a sinusoidally excited flowmeter can have an effective noise bandwidth no greater than the output bandwidth, while flowmeters using complex exciting waveforms are, because of practical limitations, likely to have noise band- widths several times this amount if …
Analog-Digital Converters for Industrial Applications Including an Introduction to Digital-Analog Converters
Note that the analog signal is latched at the comparator output and that the effective noise bandwidth is therefore determined by the lowest bandwidth in the comparator.
Wireless Communication Electronics
where we introduced Δ feff as “ effective noise bandwidth ”.
Handbook of Microwave Component Measurements: with Advanced VNA Techniques
In general, the effective noise bandwidth of a VNA is twice as wide as the IF BW, since the VNA does not have an image protected mixer.
Radio System Design for Telecommunication 3rd Edition Complete Document
Pn s the noise power available from an equivalent loss-free antenna ŽW. k s Boltzmann’s constant s y228.6 dBWrHz bs the effective noise bandwidth ŽHz.
Phase Noise in Signal Sources
Now the output of an oscillator is just amplified noise in a very narrow band and the input noise power is FkT times the effective noise bandwidth .
rest of the expression is the effective noise bandwidth .
Investigations of OCT imaging performance using a unique source providing several spectral wavebands
In addition, for the first time, given the optical bandwidth available, we perform evaluation of effective noise bandwidths which take into consideration the spectral behavior of the optical splitter in the balanced detection receiver.
A Ten-Beam Ka-Band Radiometric Receiver Using Custom Designed InP MMICs at Cryogenic Temperatures
temperature to prove the system before completion of cryostat integration: system noise temperature; effective noise bandwidth ; knee frequency; output voltage versus input temperature difference.