Keysight Technologies has announced the availability of real-time spectrum analysis (RTSA) as an option for its standards-compliant MXE EMI receiver. Adding RTSA to an MXE enables test labs to observe and diagnose transient and wideband emissions during electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance and precompliance testing.With RTSA, engineers can more easily see and understand high-speed transient signals that are difficult to capture with traditional spectrum or signal analyzers. This is especially useful in applications such as radar, automotive and wireless communications that often experience fast-moving, short-duration emissions.In RTSA mode, the MXE can provide real-time analysis bandwidth up to 85 MHz below 3.6 GHz and up to 40 MHz above 3.6 GHz, ensuring image-free, over-the-air diagnostics that enable faster, easier analysis of emissions. RTSA offers 100 percent probability of capture for signals with durations greater than 3.7 µs when viewing with an 85 MHz span.The Keysight MXE EMI receiver now offers real-time signal analysis (RTSA) for diagnostics of high-speed transient signals that are difficult to capture.Frequency mask trigger (FMT) capability is also included with RTSA, allowing users to confidently trigger on signals with durations as short as 17.4 µs. In addition, time-qualified triggering capability further enhances FMT by simplifying the task of finding pulse outliers or triggering on specific communications bursts.RTSA is an upgradeable option on new and existing MXE EMI receivers as well as UXA, PXA and MXA X-Series signal analyzers. Adding RTSA enables engineers to see, capture and understand the most elusive signals, known or unknown. For deeper analysis, engineers can combine a real-time X-Series signal analyzer with Keysight 89600 VSA software to create a solution that enables thorough characterization of today’s most complex signals.U.S. Pricing and AvailabilityThe RTSA option for MXE (N9038A-RT1) is available for order and has a list price of $22,500.
Ceres Negros’ Manuel Herrera (right) and Home United’s Song Ui-yong contest for the loose ball during the second leg of their 2018 AFC Cup ASEAN Zonal Final match in Singapore. AFC MANILA – Ceres Negros’ journey in the 2018 AFC Cup came to an end after a 0-2 loss to Home United of Singapore in the second leg of their ASEAN Zonal Final match on Wednesday night at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore.Ceres, which played without the suspended Bienvenido Marañon, will try to bounce back in the 2019 AFC Cup after qualifying again for ruling the 2018 Philippines Football League for the second straight year.The Busmen lost to an aggregate score of 1-3 after settling for a 1-1 draw with Home United during the first leg on Aug. 1 in Bacolod City.Shakir Hamzah and Song Ui-young scored a goal each in the second half for Home United, which avenged its ASEAN Zonal Finals defeat in the hands of Ceres last season. Needing an away goal to virtually tie Home United, Ceres went aggressive in the opening half with attempts from Patrick Reichelt and Manuel Herrera but these were thwarted by the defense.The Busmen suffered a huge blow near the end of first half – Reichelt went down with an injury after colliding with Home United’s goalkeeper Rudy Khairullah and was not able to return to the game.In the second half, Home United diminished Ceres’ chances of advancing to the next round as Hamzah drained a well-placed header in the 62nd minute from a corner kick.Ceres scampered to score a goal but failed to penetrate the tough defense of Home United. Ui-young sealed the win for the Singaporeans with a header in the 74th minute./PN
Takahashi has however pointed out that Honda is working to combat these size and weight issues for use in superbikes and sports performance models. He further added that if Honda raced two bikes of identical weight against each other, with one using a traditional gearbox and the other using DCT, the DCT-equipped bike would be quicker thanks to the DCT’s benefits of seamless shifts and reduced loss of drive during shifts.Will the Honda RC213V MotoGP bike get a DCT in the future?Takahashi did not disclose exactly haw far in he and his team have progressed here with sources, but he did highlight that even if the Honda DCT is applied in the Honda RC213V MotoGP bike, it would be faster than one equipped with a regular transmission. Should Honda successfully develop its DCT for superbike, we could likely see it offered as an option in the next generation Honda CBR1000RR, which is due for replacement soon.Sources: Visordown / AutoEvolution–Ads– Honda NC700X DCT Honda DCT for superbikes reportedly under development. 2016 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin Honda NM4 Vultus Rumour has it that a new Honda DCT (dual-clutch transmission) gearbox specificially for superbikes is currently under development. Honda DCT engineer Kosaku Takahashi was quoted by British site Visordown recently as he states that the firm is presently working on adapting its DCT technology for superbikes.Honda is the first motorcycle manufacturer to have successfully applied the DCT gearbox into its production bikes starting with the Honda VFR1200F. The DCT transmission was first offered as an option in the sport-touring model.Honda VRF1200FBesides the VFR1200F, the Honda DCT gearbox is also primed in several other models including the NM4 Vultus, the NC700X dual-sport, as well as the new and flagship CRF1000L Africa Twin adventure bike.The main challenges in priming the Honda DCT into superbikes lie in the transmission type’s heavy weight and large size resulting from the presence of two clutches. Unlike a conventional motorcycle transmission, the Honda DCT is in fact wider and heavier with current version of the transmission adding a further 10kg in the total weight of the models offering it.
Related TopicsCleveland BrownsDesmond Bryant nbodnar1 The Cleveland Browns are an organization that has athletes who can play football or somewhat struggle at football. In a recent article posted by Vincent Verhei of Football Outsiders, Browns defensive end Desmond Bryant is considered the team’s most underrated player.Verhei gave his reasoning on why Bryant is the most underrated Browns player on the roster:Bryant’s 91 percent stop rate against the run was third in the league, and he led the team with six sacks. But you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone outside northeast Ohio (and few within the Cleveland city limits) who knows who he is.When you have a player that has so much success against the run and you really never hear about him, then you know he is a very underrated player. The Browns are looking to take the AFC North by storm in 2016 and need their defense to step up in every single way.With a healthy corner in Joe Haden and a healthy defensive front with a more slim second-year player in Danny Shelton, the team is hoping head coach Hue Jackson can ignite this Browns team and provide them with some hope, passion, and motivation to win football games in 2016.
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360p 1080p HD To learn more about the event and to sign up go here. About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1/1 The Insane Inflatable 5K is coming to the St. Cloud area Saturday June 11 at Powder Ridge in Kimball. This is the 2nd year Townsquare Media is bringing the Insane Inflatable 5K to Powder Ridge. The event involves inflatables and a fun course that includes differences from last year. I talked with event coordinators Stuart Kaul and Vicky Prom-Becker and a participate at last year’s event, Raelyn Reiter. Listen to the conversation below.
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Sushma Swaraj(Posthumous)Public AffairsDelhi New Delhi: Celebrated boxer MC Mary Kom will be conferred with the Padma Vibhushan, the country’s second highest civilian award, while world champion shuttler P V Sindhu will get the Padma Bhushan among eight sportspersons named for the prestigious honours on Saturday.The names of the awardees were announced by the government on the eve of the country’s 71st Republic Day.The 36-year-old Mary Kom, also a Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament, won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics while also being crowned as world champion six times in an illustrious career.She is one of seven eminent personalities to be awarded the Padma Vibhushan this year.The Manipuri boxer, who was conferred with the Padma Bhushan in 2013 and Padma Shri in 2006, is only the fourth sportsperson in the country to be given the Padma Vibhushan after chess wizard Viswanathan Anand, mountaineer Edmund Hillary and cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar who all got the coveted award in 2008.Tendulkar was later conferred with the Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award, in 2014.The 24-year-old Sindhu is among 16 persons named for the Padma Bhushan, the country’s third highest civilian award. She is a silver medallist at the 2016 Rio Olympics and is the only Indian world champion in badminton.Sindhu has also won four other World Championships medals — 2 silver and 2 bronze — besides the gold she won last year. She won the Padma Shri in 2015.Cricketer Zaheer Khan, current Indian women’s hockey team captain Rani Rampal, former men’s hockey skipper M P Ganesh, ace shooter Jitu Rai, former Indian women’s football team captain Oinam Bembem Devi and archer Tarundeep Rai were among the six other sportspersons who figured in the list of the 118 Padma Shri awardees.The 41-year-old Zaheer is one of the country’s finest fast bowlers and is only behind the legendary Kapil Dev in terms of wickets among Indian pacers in the traditional Test format. 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CSKA congratulates the 75th birthday of the legendary player and coach of the team Dimitar Penev.Here is what the “red” club wrote on the official website:“Army men,today one of the greatest legends of CSKA and Bulgarian football – Dimitar Penev, celebrates his 75th birthday.He wore the red team between 1964 and 1977, recording 329 games and 24 goals. As a football player of CSKA Penev won 7 titles in Bulgaria and 5 times triumphed with the Cup of the Soviet Army, and as a coach of the team he led the army to 3 championship titles and 4 cups.For the national team of Bulgaria Dimitar Penev played 90 games and scored 2 goals. He participated in the World Championships in 1966, 1970, 1974. As a coach of the team he led our country to the fourth place at the World Cup in 1994 in the USA, and also led the team in the first ranking of Bulgaria in the European finals in 1996. He was named Bulgaria’s number one coach of the 20th century. He was awarded the Order of Stara Planina – first degree. In 2016 he was named honorary president of CSKA.We wish Dimitar Penev good health, happiness and longevity! ”
Jason Wolla led all 25 laps in winning the season-opening feature for IMCA Modifieds at Dacotah Speedway. (Photo by Layn Mudder)MANDAN, N.D. (May 5) – Jason Wolla was dominant in winning Friday’s season-opening feature for IMCA Modifieds at Dacotah Speedway.Pole sitter Jason Wolla and defending track champion Marlyn Seidler battled for the lead early before Wolla pulled away as Jeremy Keller passed Travis Hagen for third and reeled in Seidler for second.Not even lapped traffic could slow down Wolla as he quickly negotiated his way through the slower cars. Wolla led all 25 laps to win ahead of Keller and Seidler. Hagen held off Spencer Wilson for fourth.Jason Berg was the Mach-1 Sport Compact winner.
The 46-year-old former Everton manager took over as head coach of the Belgian national side in 2016, leading them to third in the 2018 World Cup.The Spaniard’s initial contract ran until Euro 2020, which has been postponed a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.He has overseen the Red Devils in 43 games in total, notching up 34 wins, six draws and just three defeats, leaving Belgium as FIFA’s number one ranked team.Martinez kicked off his coaching career with Swansea in 2007 before moving on to Wigan in 2009, notably winning the 2013 FA Cup against Manchester City but also suffering relegation from the Premier League.He then coached Everton before signing up with Belgium, taking over from Marc Wilmots.