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November 19, 2019

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What Makes PDN Cable Special?

By Steve Sandler

When Picotest announced the release of a new coaxial cable, designed specifically for power distribution network (PDN) applications this past month, the questions started coming almost immediately. What’s so special about the cable, why would a company like Picotest develop their own cables and can’t I use any 50 Ohm coaxial cable? Read on to find out more.

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Anritsu Launches 116-Gbit/s PAM4 Error Detector For Evaluating 400 GbE and 800 GbE Transmissions

Anritsu Company introduces a PAM4 error detector (ED) supporting 116-Gb/s bit error rate tests for its Signal Quality Analyzer-R MP1900A series. With the new module installed, the MP1900A is the only instrument to achieve error-free measurement of PAM4 signals at 116 Gbit/s with operation bit rates and high Rx sensitivity performance.

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Maxim Analog ICs Address Power Issues

Three new analog products from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. aim to help designers reduce power consumption and solution size while improving measurement accuracy, The MAX6078A voltage reference IC, the MAX16155 nano power supervisor and the MAX16160 voltage monitor and reset IC achieve performance for cloud infrastructure, IoT, intelligence, on-device AI, as well as smart and applications in consumer, communications, industrial and medical markets.


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EMI Debugging a Switched-Mode Power Supply With R&S®FPC1000/ R&S®FPC1500

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Today, R&D engineers face challenging time-to-market goals. In addtion a significant number of products in the development cycle fail EMC compliance the first time. Download our material and get new insights in EMI debugging. Downlaod the white paper to learn more.

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Extending the Functionality of the Oscilloscope

Modern instruments are available to perform almost any measurement with extreme accuracy and resolution. Despite this, there has been a trend to include more capabilities within the most common of benchtop instruments, the oscilloscope. This webinar focuses on the overview of these new features, the tradeoffs and limits compared with traditional instruments and Steve Sandler's predictions for what might come next. Learn more and register now to join us on December 11th for this informative presentation.

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Control Loop Stability

This webinar informs you about new developments in CISPR product standards for emission testing. It comprises changes to EMI compliance measurements for the following standards; CISPR 11- industrial, scientific and medical equipment, CISPR 14-1- household appliances and electric tools, CISPR 15- lighting equipment and CISPR 32- multimedia equipment.
Register now to join us on December 12th for this informative on-demand presentation.


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