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EE – December 2014 Product Picks

DOCSIS 3.1 Protocol Analyzer

The DP-1000 DOCSIS 3.1 protocol analyzer, developed with major industry players and designed for both DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1, can be used to analyze, debug, maintain, and monitor local networks and Internet connections. Multiple systems operators, chipset manufacturers, product developers, and certification bodies can use it to find and correct trouble spots.

Optimized for real-time signal processing with FPGA technology, the DP-1000 analyzes up to 32 x 8 single or bonded US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.0) and 2 x 1 OFDM US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.1), and it includes numerous channel-filtering, demodulation, triggering, display, and upgrade features. Averna

Power Meter

The PW3335 power meter makes AC and DC power measurements, including ones in compliance with IEC 62301, which governs the measurement of standby power. Whereas the vendor’s legacy 3332 Power HiTester, introduced in 1999, was limited to AC power measurement, the PW3335—an upgrade to the 3332—can measure both AC and DC components. Consequently, it also can be used to measure the power consumption of battery-driven devices and devices powered by a DC power supply such as an AC adapter. In addition, the instrument can measure the standby power of devices powered by AC adapters, a capability that is in increasing demand today. Hioki

Power-Analyzer Software

HDO8000 Motor Drive Power Analyzer software adds three-phase power-analysis capability to the vendor’s HDO8000 oscilloscopes. The HDO8000 mixed-signal oscilloscopes, with eight input channels, 12-bit resolution, and up to 1-GHz bandwidth, are suitable for motor-drive embedded-control and power-section debug. With the addition of three-phase power analyzer capability and motor speed and torque integration, the complete drive system can be more quickly and easily validated and debugged, and extensive drive and motor power and efficiency measurements may be performed. Teledyne LeCroy

LCR Meter

The 11050 HF LCR meter accurately measures and evaluates passive components at high speeds. Its measurement capabilities cover the primary and secondary parameters required for testing the inductance, capacitance, resistance, quality factor, and loss factor of passive components. The11050 has a testing frequency range from 1 kHz to 10 MHz, suitable for analyzing the components’ characteristics under different frequencies and test levels from 10 mV to 5 V. Its 0.1% basic measurement accuracy provides stable and reliable results. A 15-ms measurement speed effectively increases productivity when working in an automated environment. Chroma Systems Solutions

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