New Wave Instruments has been the leading manufacturer of PN sequence (PRBS) generators for over two decades. These generators are used in laboratories, factories, and universities throughout the world for spread spectrum and CDMA research, product development, and system test.
New Wave Instruments – RF Test Equipment
Satisfied customers include such outstanding organizations as General Electric, Bell Atlantic, NYNEX, Boeing Aerospace, Lockheed, and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
LRS-205 Spread Spectrum Generator
The LRS-205 generates PN sequences that are useful for developing and testing both spread spectrum and conventional data communication systems. These sequences are generated with a configurable 32-stage linear-feedback shift register (LFSR).
“New Wave Instruments began life in the usual way — in a small Silicon Valley garage back in the 1980s. The year was 1987, and awareness of spread spectrum technology was just beginning to grow…..”
New Wave Instruments
1624 West 980 South Orem, UT 84058, USA
Princeton Applied Research is a global leader in the manufacture of electrochemical instrumentation including potentiostats and galvanostats for research electrochemistry, applied corrosion, battery and fuel cell research, biomedical research, plating and sensor applications. Part of Ametek Inc.
Princeton Applied Research – Electrochemical Instrumentation
Founded in 1961 by a group of scientists and businessmen from Princeton University and the Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton Applied Research has over 40 years’ experience in understanding and serving the needs of the electrochemical research market.
Electrochemical Software, Electrochemical Accessories, Research Electrochemistry, Fuel Cell Research, Sensors, Biomedical Research, Surface Imaging.
PARSTAT 2273 – Princeton Applied Research
A Versatile potentiostat or galvanostat, the 2273 has more internal maximum current and an ability to boost up to 20A. It can interface with many instruments and equipment for Laboratory Research..
“The 2273 hardware combined with PowerSINE software can perform EIS experiments from 1MHz to 10µHz. These measurements can control either potentiostatic (Single Sine, Fast MultiSine, or Mott-Schottky), or galvanostatic, (Galvanostatic EIS) experiments.”
- 2A current max. (20A boosted)
- 100V compliance
- 1.2fA current resolution
- > 1013 Ω input impedance
- < 5pF of capacitance
- 10µHz to 1MHz built in analyzer