Whitepapers

Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility

By definition, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) describes the ability of a system, a piece of equipment, or some other electrical device that utilizes electromagnetic energy, to operate in its intended environment without suffering an unacceptable degradation in its performance, or negatively impacting the ability of another device to perform its intended function.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Aeronautics, Defense, Electronics & Computers

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Pressure Mapping as a Research & Development Tool

Discover how pressure mapping technology can help drive ROI in your R&D process. The R&D process often involves making significant investments on test & measurement technology, like pressure mapping, to discover new opportunities for advancement. This new eBook explains how pressure mapping can be used to capture actionable interface pressure data in a variety of R&D applications.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Sensors, Test & Measurement

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Smarter Prototyping — How Stratasys F123 3D Printers Make Rapid Prototyping More Accessible and Productive

3D printing’s contributions across the design, engineering and manufacturing disciplines are not new. The technology has been available for over thirty years and is often lauded as the next industrial revolution. Despite some inflated claims, there’s no denying that 3D printing has achieved its place as a valuable design and manufacturing methodology, and a cornerstone of rapid prototyping. It lives up to the promise of making businesses competitive by giving them tools streamline and enhance the product-creation processes. This white paper shows there’s never been a better time to invest in 3D printing, a fact made possible by the new Stratasys F123 3D Printer Series. These 3D printers were designed to remove barriers designers and engineers face by making the RP process more efficient and productive. Learn how the Stratasys F123 Series addresses typical rapid prototyping pain points and lets companies create better products faster, reducing the time to market.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Manufacturing & Prototyping

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Additive Manufacturing Trends In Aerospace

Additive manufacturing gives the aerospace industry better solutions for making UAVs, commercial aircraft and space vehicles stronger, lighter and more economical, with increased production efficiency. In this white paper, you’ll learn how various aerospace companies use additive manufacturing to:

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Aerospace, Manufacturing & Prototyping

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Unique Method for Orifice Production

To produce accurate, repeatable orifices, all the variables that might influence the Cd Value (Coefficient of Discharge) must be controlled during production. This includes the orifice hole length, edges, surface finishes, roundness and the elimination of all tool marks, burrs, ragged edges and irregularities. If any one of these areas is not perfectly managed, the orifice flow rates will vary from piece to piece thereby making it impossible to predict flow with any accuracy.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Mechanical Components, Mechanics

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How New Angular Positioning Sensor Technology Opens A Broad Range of New Applications

A new generation of touchless position sensors solves a number of new problems while simplifying existing on-line control applications by providing design engineers with an opportunity to reduce implementation and maintenance costs. This technology can solve problems from measuring through materials to existing shaft alignment issues.

Posted in: White Papers, White Papers, Sensors

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Performance Characteristics of Digital Frequency Discriminators

Digital frequency discriminators are key components of instantaneous frequency measurement (IFM) receiver systems as well as many other complex electronic warfare (EW) systems. However, to obtain optimum results it is essential to match DFD performance levels to a specific application. DFDs are integral components of IFM receiver systems; they may also be imbedded into a wide range of military systems such as radar warning receivers (RWRs), electronic countermeasures (ECM) systems, and electronic support measures (ESM) platforms, where they help provide instantaneous frequency measurement capability.

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