Test & Measurement

Test and measurement equipment underpins the product design process, enabling engineers to verify their design is working in the way they want. If not, these essential devices help them to find out where the problems lie.

In this section, New Electronics keeps design engineers up to date with the Test and Measurement market, bringing a range of information about the products and their application.

A question of bandwidth

A new project beckons requiring more bandwidth than your old oscilloscope can provide. But just how much bandwidth do you really need? By Art Porter.

Flexing muscles

Test equipment manufacturers are strengthening their links with general purpose users, bringing them an array of benefits. By Vanessa Knivett.

Forming an opinion

The PrPMC form factor is changing the way in which test and measurement applications are designed. By Lewis Zook.

Time waits for no man

With engineers now having to cope with multiple signals at very fast signal rates, how is test hardware meeting their needs? By Vanessa Knivett.

Right by design?

The ubiquity of Ethernet masks the complexity beneath it, as network traffic reaches data rates of 10Gb. By Philip Ling.

Taking a lead

How are T&M companies meeting demand for more bandwidth for less bucks? By Vanessa Knivett.

Migrating test

To what extent are instrumentation companies making it easier for the electronics design engineer to migrate test-in-design procedures through to test-in-manufacture? By Vanessa Knivett.

Going inside

Interactive tv is creating testing times for those databroadcasters choosing to follow the DVB iTV format. By Richard Hall.

Testing for high speed communications

Mobile ’phones, the internet and e-commerce continue to drive the demand for more and more bandwidth and higher and higher data rates. The bandwidth demand has also created a market for test equipment for the new high speed technology. By Andy Dawes.

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