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  • Signal Integrity- Frequency Range Matters! White Paper
    Higher data rates introduce new challenges for test solutions. This white paper discusses the importance of both high and low frequency test limits and also their impact on your time domain results.
  • Generating Frequency Chirp Signals to Test Radar Systems (.pdf)
    Radar systems frequently use pulse modulated signals which may also incorporate a linear frequency sweep (chirp) or frequency hopping to enhance the performance of the system. The 3410 series digital RF signal generators can be used to simulate these signals when testing the receiver and amplifier
  • Frequency Response Plots That Pinpoint Problems
    reaches satisfactory performance. A quick frequency response test shows a resonant peak at 685 Hz. This happens with no motor coupling or similar normal sources of mechanical resonance. The mechanical resonance comes from the mass resonating with the motor-shaft deflection. Filtering this peak out
  • IQC Brake Test System
    The IQC Brake Rotor/Drum Test system is designed for. 100% Resonance Frequency Inspection. Brake Rotors/. Drums are required to pass a series of tests to validate. that the modal parameters of a rotor/drum are within. product specifications. The Signalysis IQC System. brings traditional NVH
  • Improving Measurement Accuracy for High Frequency RF Connectors
    Improving the accuracy of your microwave test and measurement equipment becomes increasingly important when high frequency devices are used in the transmission paths of radio, cellular, satellite and digital communications. This discussion helps to solve problems with measurement errors during
  • Dynamic Testing Characterizes Frequency Dependence of Liver Tissue
    testing of normal and ablated tissue was investigated as a means of determining the frequency dependence of liver. Researchers at the University of Rochester (NY) utilized an ElectroForce (R) 3200 test instrument to perform uniaxial, unconfi ned cyclic compression testing. The test system is rated
  • Application Considerations in Specifying High Frequency Ultrasonic Transducers
    Advances in transducer manufacturing technology and associated instrument electronics have led to the introduction of commercial products that provide the capability for ultrasonic imaging, thickness gaging, flaw detection, and material analysis at test frequencies greater than 50 MHz. In many
  • Medical Device Link . Protecting Devices from Radio-Frequency Transmitters New EMC guidelines will help engineers test and manage electromagnetic interference from nearby transmitters.
    the tests, are: ANSI C63.18, "Recommended Practice for an On-Site, Test Method for Estimating Radiated Electromagnetic Immunity of Medical Devices to Specific Radio-Frequency Transmitters," and AAMI technical information report (TIR) 18, "Guidance on Electromagnetic Compatibility of Medical Devices
  • Microwave or RF Amplifier Test Setup (.pdf)
    The sweeper generates a microwave frequency of 1.0 to 26.5 GHz with a leveled power output of up to +10 dBm. The power goes through the coupler to the Amplifier Under Test. 20 dB of the power is coupled to a Krytar Power Meter.
  • Improving Measurement Accuracy for High Frequency RF Connectors (.pdf)
    Improving the accuracy of your microwave test and measurement equipment becomes increasingly important when high frequency devices are used in the transmission paths of radio, cellular, satellite and digital communications. This discussion helps to solve problems with measurement errors during
  • Using Noise for RF Receiver Built-In Test Applications
    Microwave thermal noise has long been employed for built-in test (BIT) of receivers and radiometers. Today's compact solid-state noise sources are broadband and extremely stable making them very useful signal sources for a variety of tests. What is not commonly known is how many different types
  • Technical Paper: RF Testing both in the Frequency and Time Domain (.pdf)
    Most important in the testing of any component for frequency response over 100 MHz is a good Network Analyzer and carefully designed test fixtures for calibration as well as for the actual testing. The same is true when testing in the time domain. In the time domain, when measuring rise time
  • Surface Profiling by Frequency Domain Analysis of White Light Interferograms
    Three-dimensional imaging interferometric microscopes have outstanding accuracy, provided of course that the test objects are sufficiently smooth and continuous. The present study shows that a white-light source and spatial-frequency domain analysis of the resulting interferograms can dramatically
  • Troubleshoot Wire Cable Assemblies with Frequency-Domain-Reflectometry Application Note
    Imagine being able to troubleshoot defective Wire Cable Assemblies without having to crawl through aircraft. bulkheads or remove one access panel after another searching for a cable fault. The Anritsu S820D Site Master. Cable and Antenna Analyzer is the answer and Frequency Domain Reflectometry
  • RF Test Sockets: The Key to the Effective Testing of High-Frequency Devices
    With rapid and constant advances in silicon technology, today's IC packages are continually changing both inside and out. The inside of the package is holding more transistors per square millimeter. The outside of the package is constantly being trimmed and reconfigured to approach the size of the
  • Agilent: Automotive Electronic Functional Test Using Agilent System Components
    There are many types of electronic modules in automobiles today and new ones are springing up rapidly. In many cases, low frequency modules (i.e., ones without RF capabilities) can all be tested using a single system component architecture. This application note describes how best to use Agilent