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The major end-use segments analyzed are Defense/Aerospace, Telecom, Bio-Medical, Test & Measurement, Automotive, and Others (includes Chemical, Construction, and Guidance Control among Others).
The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2001 through 2015. The report profiles 99 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as:
Read full article: 'Fiber Optic Sensors - Global Strategic Business Report'
Lake Mary FL, USA -- Test Equipment Connection Corporation has announced the company has been chosen to sell new Com-Power EMI test equipment solutions.
“Com-Power EMI / EMC broadband and tuned antennas cover a wide frequency range of 9 kHz - 40 GHz. Com-Power antennas can be used for both radiated emission and immunity testing and are an excellent alternative for EMCO and AH Systems users.” said Lexie Moss, Sales and Channels Manager for Test Equipment Connection Corp.
“Com-Power products meet the various national and international EMC standards and have helped countless engineers around the world address compliance and pre-compliance radiated testing.”
Read full article: 'Test Equipment Connection to distribute Broadband & Tuned Antennas'
The transceivers are completely compatible with most popular SFPs, for example, CISCO’s SFPs.
Depending on the intended use, GAOFiberOptics’s array of transceivers support distances varying from 20km to 80km.
GAOFiberOptics’s current offering includes the models listed below.
Read full article: 'GAO Tek Inc. Releases 622Mbps SFP Transceivers'
Jena, Germany-- (openPR) -- As with other systems from piezosystem jena, the actuator enables high-precision positioning. The advantage of the integrated measurement system compared to conventional systems is the removal of a separate electronics assembly.
This is now included in the actuator. For that a new development of a temperature compensated actuator mechanics was necessary.
A further advantage is improved resolution, thanks to the elimination of the sensor cable which contributed to the noise of the system.
The handling for the customer is now easier, not only by the removal of the additional separate assembly, but also by making the system only need one cable to connect actuator with the preamplifier. Furthermore, the length of the cable is no longer limited.
Read full article: 'Miniaturized measurement system for nanopositioning'
Available in both T-Plate and V-Plate styles and in two sizes, the 36 B ID/OD Indicator Gage can measure inside diameters from 0.75" to 9" and outside diameters from 0.25" to 9.5".
The 36 B comes with either a dial indicator, Maxum® III, or µMaxum indicator, and a number of different jaw sets and contacts.
"The 36 B is a real work horse," said George Schuetz, Director of Precision Gages for Mahr Federal. "Fast, accurate and easy to operate, the basic design has been proven in many shops over many years, and with a Maxum III or µMaxum indicator, digital measurement data can be output directly to any computer."
Read full article: 'Economical Indicator Gage from Mahr Federal Measures IDs/ODs on the Shop Floor'
Under the tender offer, running from Sept. 25 through Oct. 23, Schott intends to acquire a 51.0% stake in Moritex at 740 yen per share for a maximum total of about 5 billion yen.
Moritex, which has indicated it will agree to the bid, plans to expand overseas operations under the control of Schott, which currently holds a 2.23% stake in the Japanese company. Moritex expects to welcome two board directors from Schott.
Read full article: 'German Firm Schott to Launch Tender Offer for Moritex'
Bicester, UK -- 1st Pass of Westbury in Wiltshire,UK, started out as a regional systems integrator for National Instruments’ LabView software packages. However, it quickly realised that there was a considerable need for a wider service encompassing all aspects of test rig design and build.
Founder and Managing Director, Chris Turner, explains: “Engineers involved in either research or quality control need test rigs, but designing them is not their forte. They tend to focus only on the immediate requirements so tend towards inflexible, mono-functional designs. Six months later when new requirements emerge, they have to build another rig”.
“We saw this as a gap in the market and decided to offer the a full package whereby we would interview the engineers to establish likely future requirements, then design and build a test rig or test station that addresses all of these. This includes electrical and mechanical design, software, firmware, support systems, etc. We will also install, calibrate and maintain the rigs.”
Read full article: 'TESTING TIME FOR VACUUM CLEANER MAKER'
The new lens uniquely delivered the high performance, ruggedness, flexibility and compactness required by a HUD camera designed to fit in a wide range of aircraft without modification therefore providing significant cost of ownership benefits.
The ruggedised varifocal zoom lens provides variable field-of-view delivering optimised focusing on objects from infinity right down to an object placed just 35mm from the lens.
Read full article: 'Novel ruggised lens for Head-Up Display cameras'
The Cell-VU method of sperm counting provided the best accuracy and precision among the 3 methods we studied and may represent a better worldwide "gold standard" for sperm counts than the current hemacytometer method. -Source:: American Society for Clinical Pathology labmedicine.com
New York (PRWEB) -- Sperm counts are currently being performed using a variety of methods that produce results that do not correlate well with each other or with the current "gold standard" reference method, hemacytometer.
Significant differences in the accuracy of sperm counts using these different counting methods emphasize the need for standardization and quality control procedures to ensure adequate intermethod agreement between sperm counting methods.
We compared sperm counts using 3 commonly used methods-- hemacytomer, Cell-VU, and Makler--applied to both semen and sperm suspensions prepared from semen.
Sperm suspensions containing low, medium, and high sperm concentrations were prepared from 38 of these semen samples. The results of sperm counts on semen and sperm suspension samples were analyzed with SPSS 11.0 software.
Read full article: 'CELL-VU More Accurate than the Standard Hemacytometer and the Makler Chamber'
This Compact Flash (CF) RFID Card is a long-range interrogator with remarkable performance in identification, tracking and tracing, and localization of assets or people.
The UHF card uses an anti-collision algorithm to accurately transmit and receive information to and from a multitude of RFID tags within a read zone of up to 300 feet.
The card provides for seamless data acquisition when used in a laptop, handheld or mobile computer. Built-in software enables processing of data, firmware update, and tag communications.
Drivers for application development are available for Windows CE/9x/NT/ 2000/XP and Linux.
Read full article: 'GAO Offers a New UHF RFID Interrogator CF Card'
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