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  • ElectroMagnetic Pulse (EMP) Shielded Cables (.pdf)
    With the rising chance of an accidental or terrorist detonation of a Nuclear Device, designers have to reconsider designing equipment to withstand an ElectroMagnetic Pulse. We had produced these cables during the Cold War and are seeing an increased interest in these cables again.
  • Repetitive Pulse Application of Self-Healing High Voltage Capacitors (.pdf)
    In the last fifteen years, self-healing high voltage capacitors have become standard technology for single-shot and low repetition rate (< 1 shot/minute) applications in R&D environments, such as inertial confinement fusion, electromagnetic launchers, electrochemical guns, high field magnet
  • Better Metal Forming: Magnetic Pulses "Bump " Metal Into Shape
    in lighter, fuel-efficient automobiles. , and his colleagues pioneered hybrid electromagnetic metal forming in 1999, while collaborating with the "Big Three " automakers. With this process, a traditional tool and
  • Hybrid Process Uses Electricity To Shape Aluminum Auto Parts
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Automakers may shape aluminum parts more easily in the future because of a new technique developed at Ohio State University that uses electromagnetic pulses to shape metal. Manufacturers have known for years that they could make cars lighter and more fuel efficient
  • A New Method of Protecting Against EMI and EMP in Aircraft Applications
    In commercial and military aircraft applications, EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) conformity, EMI (electromagnetic interference) and EMP (electromagnetic pulse) protection are paramount to maintaining the integrity of electronic signals, the information that is being transmitted
  • Fiber Optic Antenna Link OFW-5800 GPS
    (EMI), immunity to electromagnetic pulse, increased channel capacity for a given cable cross sectional area, and decreased cable weight per unit length. The application of this technology to communications, navigation, and identification (CNI) systems allows for the development of innovative shipboard
  • AN3010: An Examination of Recovery Time of an Integrated Limiter/LNA
    or nuclear electromagnetic pulse. Especially, low noise amplifiers (LNAs) in the front-end of microwave systems need high power protection because these amplifiers can sustain only low input power levels in the range of 10-20 dBm continuous wave (CW). To protect these circuits and maintain low
  • TA025: 10W CW Broadband Balanced Limiter / LNA Fabricated Using MSAG (R) MESFET Process
    electromagnetic pulse. Especially, LNAs in the front-end of microwave systems need high power protection because these amplifiers can sustain only low input power levels in the range of 10 to 20 dBm CW or 1 to 3 ┬ÁJ of pulsed power.

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