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Making a test or simulation setup for a MIL STD-1553 data bus system is made easy with North Hills 70 Series" Data Bus Coupler Kit. This "Kit" can be tailored to your specific needs and includes all... (View Full Article)
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A Balun, as shown in Fig. 1, is a two-winding transformer designed to convert a single ended (i.e. one side grounded) signal to one balanced with respect to ground. The balanced winding may or may not... (View Full Article)
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A Balun, as shown in Fig. 1, is a two-winding transformer designed to convert a single ended (i.e. one side grounded) signal to one balanced with respect to ground. The balanced winding may or may not... (View Full Article)
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In the satellite business, one of the biggest problems is known as FOD, or foreign object damage. FOD is a substance, debris or article which is alien to a vehicle or system which could potentially... (View Full Article)
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There are four fundamental issues to be addressed in designing a MIL-STD-1553 data bus network. How they are addressed will have a profound impact on cost, reliability, and repair time. The four... (View Full Article)
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In coax video transmission systems the shield of the coax cable is usually connected to ground. It may very well turn out that a voltage difference at the power line frequency may exist between the... (View Full Article)
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Picture stability problems have been encountered in the field when video isolation transformers were fed from signal sources that contained a dc component. The problems disappeared when the dc... (View Full Article)
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For reasons of convenience and cost, balanced lines are much preferred in data transmission to single- ended wiring, such as coax cables. Depending on the degree of balance, minimal electromagnetic... (View Full Article)
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Fig. 1 shows a two-port balanced network, terminated on both sides, by characteristic impedances Z1 and Z2. Most often Z1 = Z2. Measurement of the important network characteristic, transmission,... (View Full Article)
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A MIL-STD-1553 data bus network is simply a local area network originally conceived for aircraft and now used on satellites, rocket launchers, land vehicles, ships and ground stations. The bus itself... (View Full Article)
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A problem that occurs in separable stages in launch vehicles is an open bus or stub at the time of separation. One solution to this problem is the use of a 2P2T bus relay (North Hills P/N DBR2000) as... (View Full Article)
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To use the tester, there are five press-to-test buttons. Testing only occurs when the appropriate button is depressed. The button should be held down for approximately five seconds to allow the test... (View Full Article)
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Checking MIL-STD-1553 data bus couplers at receiving inspection just got simpler. By using the DBT100A, a coupler can be functionally checked in a matter of seconds for continuity, opens, shorts,... (View Full Article)
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"Return Loss" is a convenient way to express the magnitude of an impedance.In communication circuits the object is to insure maximum power transfer from a generator to a load. This occurs when the... (View Full Article)
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Fig. 1 shows a two terminal network impedance, Z, fed by a generator E with internal impedance RS. Its equivalent circuit, shown in Fig. 2, replaces the impedance Z by a generator ?E also with... (View Full Article)
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VDSL requires service-splitters at the network end as well as remote customer end to separate the low-frequency telephone (POTS) and high-frequency data signals. This Application Note outlines... (View Full Article)
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VDSL requires service-splitters at the network end as well as the remote customer end to separate the low-frequency telephone (POTS) and high-frequency data signals. This Application Note outlines... (View Full Article)
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As with so many things, the design and manufacture of couplers involves many trade-offs, most having to do with cost. The minimum requirements for data bus couplers (MIL-STD-1553) are quite open and... (View Full Article)
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After deciding which of the configurations is required, major characteristics of wideband transformers are: Input and Output Impedances Impedances are determined by the source and load impedances to... (View Full Article)
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Wideband transformers couple signals magnetically from input to output terminals with optimum transmission fidelity over broad frequency ranges. Major objectives in their use are: 1. Impedance... (View Full Article)