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Power analysis added to mid-range oscilloscope

Power analysis added to mid-range oscilloscope
Options have been added to the 5 Series MSO mixed signal oscilloscope by Tektronix. They include a power analysis solution, Automotive Ethernet testing solution, and serial trigger and decode solutions for the aerospace and automotive markets.
15th November 2017

Partnership opens new routes to automotive test

Millbrook Group has agreed to partner with CRITT M2A, a leading automotive research and test centre based in Bruay-La-Buissière, near Lille, France. Customers from both sides will benefit from access to new test services in the UK, Finland and France. This opens up a range of opportunities to simplify the procurement of services and to accelerate test programmes.
13th October 2017

ADAS test solution combines hardware, software expertise

The Automotive Radar Test System (ARTS) from Konrad Technologies provides Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) test capabilities by combining the National Instruments Vehicle Radar Test System (VRTS) with Konrad’s Target Simulation Software (TSS). The TSS enables users to simulate, test and analyse complex automotive radar scenarios in a virtual environment, dramatically reducing test time and time to market for autonomous vehicles. It was launched at European Microwave Week in Nuremberg.
11th October 2017


Agile vector adapter enhances EW threat simulation

Agile vector adapter enhances EW threat simulation
An agile vector adapter which extends the capabilities of the UXG X-Series agile signal generators to generate complex pulsed signals and waveforms based on IQ data for more realistic electronic warfare threat simulations has been released by Keysight Technologies. The N5194A UXG X-Series agile vector adapter enables the industry’s highest fidelity agile threat simulations when used with Keysight’s commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), UXG X-Series agile signal adapters for aerospace and defence applications.
7th October 2017

New technology improves recognition phase in the event of a threat

New technology improves recognition phase in the event of a threat
  At DSEI 2017 in London (September 12-15th), HGH Infrared Systems will launch another improvement for the successful Spynel-S and Spynel-X: these two members of the Spynel family, already giving the best image quality and the longest detection range on the market, can now be equipped with a visible channel, a laser range finder, or both.
5th September 2017

DSEI 2017: Detection equipment to premier in London

DSEI 2017: Detection equipment to premier in London
A full range of electronic detection equipment will be showcased by IPS (International Procurement Services) & REI (Research Electronics International) at DSEI 2017. Among the range on show, will be the newly launched ORION 900 HX and ORION HX Deluxe Non-Linear Junction Detectors and the TALAN 3 Telephone and Line Analyser.
29th August 2017

Russian Helicopters to test Ka-226T in Iran

Russian Helicopters to test Ka-226T in Iran
  The Russian Helicopters Holding Company and the Iran Helicopters Support and Renewal Company (IHSRC) will test the light utility helicopter Ka-226T for its usability at extremely high temperatures.
15th August 2017

CMC testing extended to temperatures over 2700˚F

A customised process for testing Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) at temperatures over 2700˚F has been developed by Element Materials Technology’s CMC Centre of Excellence located in Cincinnati. The capability is specifically designed to support all of the Aerospace Primes and their supply chain partners in the development and manufacturing of current and next generation aero engines that need to operate at exceedingly higher temperatures and incorporate CMCs as part of the engines components.
14th August 2017

Critical flight monitoring applications rely on AS-FT flow transmitter

Critical flight monitoring applications rely on AS-FT flow transmitter
  Aerospace flight system design engineers will find the AS-FT Flow Transmitter from FCI Aerospace features a rugged, highly reliable thermal dispersion technology sensor that is suitable for mission critical air, gas and fluid monitoring systems on both commercial and military aircraft.
9th August 2017

3D expertise expands in non-destructive testing

3D expertise expands in non-destructive testing
It has been announced that Creaform will extend its expertise in non-destructive testing (NDT) to the aerospace industry. By expanding access to its inspection solutions, the company aims to better enable airlines, as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service companies, to more efficiently perform the evaluations of in-service aircraft safety, while cutting costs and saving down-time.
30th June 2017


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