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Radar emitting ships interact with each other
3 Radiation Hazards (RADHAZ) and How to Mitigate Risk Wednesday, September 8, 2021
If you are involved in military, aerospace or defense and have been around radar and communication systems, with high-power RF transmitters and high-gain antennas, you are probably aware of the many risks associated with Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) Hazards. RF emissions from these systems have the potential to cause catastrophic damage to operations and maintenance personnel, ordnance and …
Monitoring the wireless spectrum for interference
3 System Design Challenges with Spectrum Monitoring Tuesday, September 7, 2021
The wireless spectrum is a finite commodity that is tightly regulated, managed and shared by all nations, manufacturers and citizens, who risk being fined if they are caught operating outside of what's regulated or licensed. The presence of interference or other signals of interest creeping into one's band of wireless spectrum is a daily occurrence to some and is of great concern to many who may …
Our connected world.
Europe is Central to Tektronix’s 75 Years of Innovation Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Tektronix, the measurement insight company committed to performance and compelled by possibilities, celebrates its 75th anniversary of operations. Already well established as a supplier of high-quality test instrumentation in the United States, Tektronix saw the potential of expanding in Europe in the 1950s. With the advent of NATO in 1949 and increasing prosperity as the continent shook off the …
Military electronic warfare jet
Real-time Digital Signal Processing for Electronic Warfare Systems Monday, August 2, 2021
Evaluating and characterizing wideband communications, radar and electronic warfare systems in real time is challenging. Lacking a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) alternative, some radar test teams stream test data to an inherently non-deterministic computing device such as a PC or laptop, inevitably leading to lost or missing data with no ability to verify that data is being recorded as expected …
Magnetic and Electrical Field on a Circuit Board
A 3-Step Process to Identify Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Monday, July 26, 2021
Radiated emissions, most often referred to as electromagnetic interference (EMI), are carefully regulated to ensure reliable operation and safety for users of electrical and electronic equipment. Regulations limit the allowable radiated emissions, and to keep their products within these limits, designers invest significant time and effort. One reason why EMI poses challenges is that emissions are …
Keithley campus in Solon Ohio
Keithley: 75 Years at the Forefront of Power Engineering Monday, July 26, 2021
In 75 years of innovation, one thing still unites every aspect of technology from a cell phone to a space shuttle. Batteries. At the forefront of testing those power supplies we all depend on has been the team of engineers at Keithley Instruments, a Tektronix company based in Solon, Ohio. Just outside of Cleveland, Keithley has had an outsized impact on the world of technology dating back to 1946 …
Dave Brown (center) shows vintage Tektronix equipment at the Northwest Electrical Design and Manufacturing Show.
vintageTEK Museum showcases 75 years of company technology and inspires tomorrow’s engineers Wednesday, July 14, 2021
The vintageTEK Museum on Tektronix’s Beaverton, Ore., campus holds thousands of pieces of the 75-year-old company’s historic equipment, dating back to 1946. Since 2011, it’s where engineering and electronics enthusiasts of all ages have gone for hands-on tours, and where engineers volunteer to restore pieces for future display. The museum also provides education about Tek oscilloscopes, frequency …
Howard Vollum, founder of Tektronix.
Remembering the past, engineering the future Monday, June 14, 2021
Tektronix founder’s family reflects on their family’s company 75 years on   Before Tektronix was a several thousand-employee, global technology innovator, it was a small post-World War II operation on Portland’s eastside run by Howard Vollum.   Today the company’s spacious Beaverton campus still bears his name and a half dozen or more Oregon university awards and science labs have …
Military Drone Detection
Setting up an Automated Drone Detection System Using Spectrum Analyzers Tuesday, May 25, 2021
In a few short years, the number of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), purchased has soared. In the US alone, the FAA projects the small model hobbyist UAV fleet will more than double from an estimated 1.1 million vehicles in 2017 to 2.4 million units by 2022. Worldwide, Teal Group’s World Civil UAS Market Profile and Forecast projected in 2018 that non-military UAS production (Commercial …
An engineer testing power integrity with a Tektronix oscilloscope
5 Key Problems to Solve When Testing Power and Signal Integrity Friday, April 9, 2021
Testing power and signal integrity using an oscilloscope-based solution has some inherent challenges that need to be considered and resolved for optimum performance. We’ll address five of those here, but first let’s take step back and define what we mean by power and signal integrity. Signal integrity (SI) analysis concentrates on the performance of the transmitter, reference clock, channel, and …