4062UX Parametric Tester

4062UX Parametric Tester on sale at BRL Test

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At BRL Test we know the impartance of a good calibration kit when it comes to calibration.  Call your BRL Test Representative today at 407-682-4228 for cal kits.  Click here to get an online quote for the R11644A.

The Agilent R11644A calibration kit contains the precision mechanical standards required to calibrate the systematic errors of Agilent network analyzers. This calibration kit has a precision airline for performing the Thru-Reflect-Line (TRL) calibration, the most accurate error-correction technique for coaxial measurements. This kit also contains a flush short circuit, a precision shim, and a fixed termination.


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8510C Agilent Network Analyzer System 50 GHz for $25,000 at BRL Test. (85107B)

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The 8510C network analyzer measures the magnitude, phase, and group delay of two-port networks to characterize their linear behavior. Optionally, the 8510C network analyzer is also capable of displaying a network’s time domain response to an impulse or a step waveform by computing the inverse Fourier transform of the frequency domain response.

Call Your BRL Test rep today to see if the 8510C is the right network analyzer for you.  866-275-8378

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Originally posted on TechCrunch:

It looks like something from the Borg (read, cool), but it’s actually a cast for healing bones.

The Osteoid, created by Turkish student Deniz Karasahin, incorporates 3D printing and ultrasonic tech to make healing a broken bone more bearable.

The idea of ultrasonic healing vibrations to heal bones (and other wounds) has been around for a while. But the problem was doctors couldn’t get past the plaster cast to apply the vibrational therapy.

Take a look at the pic below and you’ll see the Osteoid’s skeletal design allows ultrasonic drivers to be placed directly on the skin.


The Osteoid is just a prototype at the moment. However, future production will enable each individual to have a custom-fitted cast.


Combine this cast with the accompanying low-intensity, pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) bone stimulator system (shown above) and, according to Karasahin:

For single 20 minute daily sessions this system promises to reduce…

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