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  • Tips For Selecting flexible cable
    Selecting the right cable for a job is a matter of comparing old problems with new requirements. Olflex Wire and Cable Inc. Robot 900 cable from Olflex withstands the torsional stress from the bending and twisting motions in robotic applications. Torsional stress tests subject the cable to well
  • Cable Solutions for Servo and Variable Frequency Drives
    . This article discusses different drive system problems, such as electromagnetic interference, electrical surge and leakage. It shows how shielded motor supply cables perform in electromagnetic compatibility tests, and how cable design and materials provide solutions to VFD problems.
  • Medical Device Link . Protecting Circuits against Electromagnetic Threats Case shielding, circuit filtering, and cable protection are keys to meeting new electromagnetic compatibility requirements.
    with immunity to transient and steady-state radio-frequency (RF) interference. Emission issues are also a major concern, especially with the use of higher-speed clock circuits. Sensitive analog circuits coupled with restrictive leakage current and special external surface treatments for the case have resulted
  • ANI-002: Synthesizer Evaluation Board Application Note
    & R32 and connecting the voltage supply directly to test points T3, T4 & T5. The motherboard also features a Trigger Test Point (T6 & T7). This is to allow the switching speed of the unit to be measured. The daughterboard includes decoupling capacitors. The motherboard and daughterboard may
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    are converging to crush the old gentlemen's understanding about IC test. In the brave new world, test strategy may be determined by test cost and set by the marketing department. Prolonged transition to DTV irritant for cable study by the Congressional Budget Office warns that the transition to digital TV
  • Equalizer (.doc)
    , 5.0, 6.25, 10.0, 12.5 Gb/s, for Bessel function losses of 3, 6, 9, 12 dB. Applications include high-speed cables, backplanes, test equipment, and optical modules.
  • Effects of Harmonic Currents on Semiconductor Fuse Ratings
    to be made to allow for ambient temperature, size of connecting cables and any air cooling. Standard type tests are done at 50 or 60Hz, but in modern power electronic applications the frequency may be much higher. It is not widely recognized that this may require de-rating of the fuses. A recent
  • Time Warner - Case Study
    extreme conditions many data centers had ever experienced. Liebert customer Time Warner confronted this event at its Manhattan facility. The data. center at this location manages a number of complex content delivery services, both. locally and nationally, including Road Runner high-speed cable modem

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