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Spectrum Analyzer Fundamentals - Theory and Operation of Modern Spectrum Analyzers

This primer examines the theory of state-of-the-art spectrum analysis and describes how modern spectrum analyzers are designed and how they work. That is followed by a brief characterization of today's signal generators, which are needed as a stimulus when performing amplifier measurements.

Posted in: Test & Measurement, White Papers

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OEM Optical System Development

Choosing an OEM spectrometer for your new product is just like choosing a spectrometer for your experiment. However, as we discuss in this whitepaper, there are considerations related to making a product that can be reliably manufactured, sustained over time, and capable of meeting various regulatory requirements. This whitepaper provides thought-provoking guidance through the process and helps OEM developers to mitigate risks from early prototypes to final production.

Posted in: Bio-Medical, Medical, White Papers, MDB

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It Takes Two: Benefits of Using Laser Beam Welding Together with Electron Beam Welding

Laser beam welding (LBW) and electron beam (EBW) welding each have unique benefits. However, many component designs incorporate both EB and laser welds. In this paper, Joining Technologies outlines how performing both types of welding at the same facility can streamline the manufacturing process and select the right joining process.

Posted in: Photonics, White Papers

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4 Critical Factors: Deploying GigE Vision in Real-Time Industrial Imaging

The acceptance and use of Gigabit Ethernet technology for industrial digital imaging applications continues to grow. The increased variety and capability of cameras to leverage this powerful interface, combined with planned updates to the AIA (Automated Imaging Association) GigE Vision® interface standards makes GigE Vision based imaging more robust and more ideal than ever for real-time machine vision applications.

Posted in: Imaging, White Papers

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How to Optimize Performance and Minimize Size in High Speed Applications

Electric motors are continuously evolving with the constant release of new material in the market. Today, NeoFe magnets are reaching 50 MGoe and new lamination materials offering limited losses, allow the use of electric motors at very high speed. For each application it’s crucial to understand in detail the specifications in order to offer the optimum design, Portescap has developed few motor technologies in order to be address each application with an optimal solution.

Posted in: Mechanics, Mechanical Components, White Papers

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10 Essential Questions for Reevaluating Your Medical Device Assembly Process

Medical device manufacturers that assemble devices and equipment must meet stringent FDA regulations for quality and product consistency, which makes rigorous process control essential. Fluids for medical device manufacturing can be extremely expensive. It is vital to have quality assembly equipment that generates consistent and accurate results, without fluid contamination, to avoid costly waste.

Posted in: Bio-Medical, Medical, White Papers, MDB

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Domestic Versus Offshore PCB Manufacturing

If you are sending your PCB manufacturing off shore, what factors weighed heaviest in your decision making? How do you know if offshore manufacturing still makes sense for you? This article considers both simple and complex ideas for cost-benefit analysis to help guide your decision process.

Posted in: Electronics & Computers, White Papers

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