Mesuro Ltd. introduced a number of new measurement/modeling solutions at the 2013 MS, including their new “Rapid Load Pull” solution.
Mesuro Ltd.’s modeling and characterization solutions are developed for use with popular commercial test equipment, including modular test gear from National Instruments.
As they demonstrated at the 2013 IMS, Mesuro Ltd.’s modeling and characterization solutions are relatively easy to use, thanks to intuitive software and clear control screens.
Ltd., specialists in device modeling and characterization, showed visitors to the IMS 2013 event how to apply their solutions to their own test equipment.
At the 2013 IMS, leading RF/microwave test-equipment supplier offered examples of its wide range of measurement solutions, including its model AFQ 100 B ultrawideband (UWB) signal and in-phase/quadrature (I/Q) modulation generator.
Microwave engineers are familiar with the model SMW200A vector signal generator (VSG) and model FSW spectrum and signal analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz (with top frequency of 43.5 GHz), seen here at the firm’s exhibition booth at the 2013 IMS in Seattle, WA.
Rohde & Schwarz brought examples of their high-frequency test instruments to the 2013 IMS, including their 2-Hz-to-26.5-GHz FSW signal and spectrum analyzer.
Visitors to the 2013 IMS and the Pronghorn Solution’s booth had a chance to try out three of the industry’s smallest digital swept frequency synthesizers, models PHS-3000, PHS-4000, and PHS-5000, each with a frequency range of 150 MHz to 9 GHz.
On display at the 2013 IMS, the PHS-4000 portable signal generator from Pronghorn Solutions operates from 150 MHz to 9 GHz and provides an operator interface much like a traditional television remote control. It includes an option for battery operation.
The PHS-4000 frequency synthesizer from Pronghorn Solutions
The PHS-5000 frequency synthesizer from Pronghorn Solutions operates from 150 MHz to 9 GHz with pulse modulation capability and 500-microsecond switching speed.
The compact model PHS-5000 frequency synthesizer from Pronghorn Solutions features a USB port for simple connection and control with a personal computer (PC).
The PHS-3000 is a hand-held RF/microwave frequency synthesizer capable of battery operation from 150 MHz to 9 GHz.
While visiting the Penton Media booth at the 2013 IMS, Pronghorn Solutions’ President and founder, Ganesh Basawapatna, shows off some of his company’s compact and affordable RF/microwave test sources.
In full force at the 2013 IMS, Anritsu fired up its VectorStar model MS4647A microwave vector network analyzer (VNA), capable of making multiple-port S-parameter measurements through 70 GHz.
In addition to its impressive array of electronic test equipment, Anritsu brought examples of its high-precision on-wafer test probes to the 2013 IMS.
Mechanical precision is needed to help calibrate fine-resolution electronic test equipment such as microwave vector network analyzers (VNAs), and at the 2013 IMS, Anritsu detailed the use of its finely engineered model 3659 verification kit to booth visitors.
In addition to their own products, Anritsu recruited the aid of Wildriver Technology and their various board-level channel modeling platforms at the 2013 IMS. These test “accessories” help improve three-dimensional (3D) electromagnetic (EM) measurements and modeling at frequencies through 50 GHz.
Sonnet Software’s booth personnel at the 2013 IMS offered guidance on the use of the firm’s powerful RF/microwave electromagnetic (EM) simulation software, including the new Sonnet Suites 14 with a new stackup manager for handling multilayer circuits.
The new stackup manager in the Sonnet Suites 14 collection of EM simulation software tools from Sonnet Software helps show the EM fields around high-frequency circuit structures.
At the 2013 IMS, Sonnet Software showed how the current density of multilayer circuits, such as this six-layer structure, could be animated with their Sonnet Current Density Viewer from the Virtuoso Layout Suite.
With its electromagnetic (EM) simulation software, Sonnet Software showed animated views of multilayer circuits, with a simple display to show the different metal circuit layers and viahole connections between layers.
Photos of company booths and products at the International Microwave Symposium 2013 in Seattle, WA.
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