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Integration and Operational Guidelines for MEMS-Based Inertial Systems: Application that includes Magnetometers

A high performance inertial system that includes magnetometers can provide accurate platform heading information in a variety of applications and operational environments. However, performance depends greatly on where the inertial system is installed within the application. In our white paper, you’ll learn integration guidelines for inertial systems and operational compensation considerations. It includes information on:

Posted in: White Papers, Aeronautics, Electronics & Computers, Data Acquisition, Sensors

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SWaP-C and Why Your Component Partner Matters

The military is continually pushing to decrease the size, weight, power and cost (SWaP-C) of its electronics, particularly for items carried by the troops. To meet these goals, everyone involved in designing and manufacturing the device needs to work together closely to ensure maximum efficiency of every component. This makes choosing the right partner crucial. Our white paper explores why SWaP-C is so important and includes information on:

Posted in: White Papers, Aeronautics, Defense, Electronics, Manufacturing & Prototyping

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Enabling Small-Form-Factor, High-Capacity Small-Cell Platforms

There are about eight billion people who use cellphones to communicate, access social media, and upload and download videos and other content. This insatiable demand for connectivity and data will continue to increase. By 2020, and beyond, there could be a 1,000x increase in mobile data, which outpaces today's technology network capacity. The communication industry must determine how to scale networks to accommodate the increase in bandwidth demand for better security, power efficiency, reduced latency, and lower total cost of ownership. This paper discusses the options available to increase network capacity.

Posted in: White Papers, Communications, Electronics & Computers

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Combating Driver Fatigue with Mobile Surveillance

Driver fatigue is a leading cause of traffic accidents for heavy-duty vehicles such as mining trucks, excavators, bulldozers, cranes, cargo trucks, and buses. Their drivers need a rapid alert system to keep them awake and on the road. Find out about an in-vehicle surveillance platform that uses a camera to monitor drivers for fatigue, analyzing video in real-time to activate alerts and wireless communications.

Posted in: White Papers, Automotive, Communications, Electronics & Computers, Cameras, Displays/Monitors/HMIs

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Antenna Basics

The antenna is the most intrinsic component of all RF systems, yet the principles of antenna design and wave propagation are rarely discussed outside the entry level engineering classes. Rohde & Schwarz has developed an educational white paper on Antenna Basics to reteach the basic principles in a simplified manner.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Aeronautics, Defense, Electronics & Computers, RF & Microwave Electronics

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The Economics of Accuracy in Low-cost, High-volume Sensing Applications

Various research firms forecast the market for portable medical devices to be somewhere around the $20 billion-range within the next several years. Part of the increased demand is due to an aging population with more chronic conditions. These smaller portable units requires devices with smaller footprints. By the same token, smaller devices need to provide adequate levels of care to ensure patient safety and comfort. Thus, functionality cannot be sacrificed for space.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Electronics, Electronics & Computers, Semiconductors & ICs, Data Acquisition, Sensors

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Improve Encoder Performance With EtherNet/IP

As industrial automation networks go, EtherNet/IP has more than its share of advantages. It’s fast. It’s flexible. It’s easy to set up. It’s robust. Those advantages, however, come at a price. Users have to invest in infrastructure and devices certified to work with the EtherNet/IP standard.Today, EtherNet/IP is among the most popular industrial networks, and there’s no shortage of compliant devices. Consider motion control applications, for example. There are hundreds of EtherNet/IP actuators, drives, controllers and sensors on the market today.

Posted in: White Papers, Electronics & Computers, Electronics & Computers, Motion Control, Motors & Drives

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