Electrical/Electronics

Critical Techniques for High-Speed A/D Converters in Real-Time Systems

Recently updated, this handbook reviews the markets and technology for A/Ds with sampling frequencies higher than 100 MHz; it discusses sampling and filtering techniques and new FPGA technology for A/Ds; typical high speed A/D products are presented, along with some high-speed data acquisition applications.

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Software Defined Radio Handbook

Software Defined Radio has revolutionized electronic systems for a variety of applications that include communications, data acquisition and signal processing. Recently updated, this handbook shows how DDCs (Digital Downconverters), the fundamental building block of software radio, can replace legacy analog receiver designs while offering significant performance, density, and cost benefits.

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Putting FPGAs to Work in Software Radio Systems

Recently updated, this handbook reviews the latest FPGA technology and how it can be put to use in software radio systems. FPGAs offer significant advantages for implementing software radio functions such as digital downconverters and upconverters. These advantages include design flexibility, higher precision processing, lower power, and lower cost.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Electronics & Computers, Semiconductors & ICs

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Successful Test Management For Systems Engineers

Designing a reliable test strategy requires broad, strategic thinking. The goal of verification is to ensure you release a best-quality system that meets customer expectations as documented in your early design concept and requirements gathering phases. To maximize the value of your test process, test your product objectives early.

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

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Delivering Roadworthy Designs: Automotive Electronics Circuit Protection Overview, Applications & Standards

Today’s automotive designs include nearly 100 microprocessors; that number is expected to double in five years. From in-dash displays to connected technologies and safety systems, all onboard electronics require circuit protection to maintain reliability. The major sources of electrical hazards in automotive systems are electrostatic discharge (ESD), switching loads in power electronics circuits, and lightning. Overcoming transient surges that can harm the vehicle’s electronics, whether under the hood or in the cabin, is one of the biggest obstacles of system design.

Posted in: White Papers, Automotive, Electronics, Electronics & Computers

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Optimizing Performance with Technology Embedded Apparel

Intercomp USA’s latest e-book delves into the smart garment market and how sensors are crucial for making garments smart. More importantly, Intercomp reveals an exciting new technology called tailored fiber placement (TFP), available through its partnership with LayStitch. TFP promises to help with smart garment production and will enable aerospace, automotive and other equipment manufacturers to produce parts that are lighter, stronger and less expensive. Click here to download your FREE copy today or visit intercomp.com to learn more.

Posted in: White Papers, Aeronautics, Electronics & Computers, Energy, Medical

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When Wire Feedthroughs Make Sense

Engineers who work with pressure and vacuum chambers usually reach for off-the-shelf sealed bulkhead connectors when they need to pass power and signal wires through the chamber wall. And while these connectors may seem like the best or only way to breach the chamber walls, they can actually drive cost, impose unnecessary mechanical design constraints and trigger electrical problems. So what’s the alternative? Wire feedthroughs hermetically sealed with epoxy. Learn more in our white paper.

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