Electrical/Electronics

The Advantages of LWIR SLS Thermal Cameras

A relatively new type of photon detector material for infrared cameras offers a solution for scientists and engineers who need to record fast thermal transients or capture crisp still images of high speed objects or events. This material, called Type II Strained Layer Superlattice, or SLS, can match or exceed the performance of analogous detector materials such as indium antimonide (InSb) or mercury cadmium telluride (MCT). This article compares LWIR SLS detectors to MWIR InSb and LWIR MCT detectors, with specific attention to their integration times, temperature ranges, filtering needs, and uniformity.

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Selecting the Right Material for 3D Printing

This industrial 3D printing white paper explores the properties of thermoplastic and metal materials available with direct metal laser sintering, selective laser sintering and stereolithography technologies. It also includes a quick-reference guide of material attributes that can steer you toward the proper grade. Download your free copy today!

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2016’s Best Practices for NPI and NPD Success

Smart companies know that well disciplined new product introduction (NPI) processes are critical to success. Yet, even these companies can suffer from NPI failure when important projects, policies, and guidelines are haphazardly managed as clumsy manual processes.

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High-Performance MEMS IMU Solutions for Demanding Applications

For MEMS IMU applications where the inertial profile is complex and highly dynamic, there are a number of attributes to consider when evaluating capabilities. Evaluating these attributes early in the design cycle provides an advantage over chasing open-ended deliverables, like "as accurate as possible."

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GSPS DACs Enable Ultra-Wide Bandwidth Applications

To meet the increasing capacity demand of mobile customers, the emerging E-band market requires wider bandwidth capabilities compared to traditional microwave backhaul wireless architectures. Due to increased capacity, 2-GHz E-band systems will be needed in the near future. This white paper covers the demands of current E-band point-to-point systems, and how Analog Devices’ high-speed digital-to-analog converters (DACs) provide the necessary bandwidth and sampling frequencies to support them.

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Case Study: Vance & Hines Wireless Fuel Management System for Motorcycles

Vance & Hines has represented the gold standard for aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories since 1979. The company's new Fuelpak FP3 is a cost-effective fuel management system that links with a user's smartphone to provide a more dynamic interface. "The smartphone integration gives us the ability to not only fix performance issues, but also enhance the rider experience," said Larry Hinds, manufacturing manager at Vance & Hines. "That meant the FP3 would utilize Bluetooth technology and more robust, complex PCBs."

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Implementing High Density Embedded Computing (HDEC) Solutions

High Density Embedded Computing solutions are solving large data throughput needs in signals intelligence, ground control, and homeland security applications. This guide focuses on how to efficiently implement these technologies including the expanded availability of native PCI Express 3.0 interfaces.

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