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8 channel PC scope has dual 5Gsample/s ADCs

Pico Technology has introduced an eight-channel PC oscilloscope with dual 5Gsample/s ADCs and 4Gsample of capture memory as standard – as well as a hands-free probe holder, more of which further down. Called PicoScope 6824E, it has 500MHz bandwidth analogue inputs and 16 digital channels that record pulses down to 1ns – so ~500MHz signals. …

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Sponsored Content: Global harmonization of the appliance coupler standard

In the process of global harmonization, the USA and Canada will adopt the IEC 60320 standard for device plugs with minor deviations, writes SCHURTER.
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SiP market on a roll says Yole

The SiP market had package revenue of $13.4 billion in 2019, and will grow at a 6% CAGR to reach $18.8 billion in 2025, says Yole Developpement.   SiP’s biggest market segment is mobile & consumer, showing a 5% CAGR. It is then followed by telecom/infrastructure and automotive segments, with 11% CAGR for both.  “For …

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