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Measuring Instruments Technology

CSIR Campus, Building 33, Meiring Naude Road, Lynnwood, Pretoria

+27 12 349 5191
+27 12 349 5190
[email protected], [email protected]

News from Measuring Instruments Technology:
Range of spectroscopy equipment
26 November 2008, Opto-Electronics, Measuring Instruments Technology

Andor’s Revolution family of microscopic products provide the framework for laser-illuminated microscopy solutions, including spinning disk confocal, TIRFM and photo-bleach and activation modalities. There ...

High-speed digital photography
4 October 2006, Opto-Electronics, Measuring Instruments Technology

High-speed photography has many applications today. It can be used to measure shells emerging from barrels of any calibre weapon, it can be used to study high speed machinery, and it can be used in biometrics. ...

SA electronics companies profile: Measuring Instruments Technology
30 November 2005, News, Measuring Instruments Technology

Measuring Instruments Technology (MIT) was established in 1993 and initially, its core business was the manufacture and sale of the CSIR’s Goldilux range of products. In terms of the agreement with CSIR ...

Electronics & communications technology news:
The UK is building their fastest ever AI supercomputer
30 April 2024, AI & ML

Named Isambard-AI, it will consist of thousands of NVIDIA processors providing it with the capability to execute commands at more than 200 quadrillion calculations per second.

General-purpose evaluation board
30 April 2024, DSP, Micros & Memory, Altron Arrow

Based on the 32-bit Arm Cortex-M7 S32K3 MCU in a 172 HDQFP package, the S32K3X4EVB-T172 offers dual cores configured in lockstep mode, ASIL D safety hardware, and HSE security engine.

Accelerating the commercialisation of the 5G IoT markets
30 April 2024, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT, Editor's Choice, Altron Arrow

Fibocom unveils Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTN) module MA510-GL, enabling satellite and cellular connectivity to IoT applications.

Quectel increases its IoT antenna range
30 April 2024, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT, Quectel Wireless Solutions

Quectel has expanded its IoT antenna portfolio with six new 4G and 5G antennas that cover a wide range of use cases.

Analogue, digital and power in one connector
30 April 2024, Interconnection, Spectrum Concepts

Adapting existing technology for RF applications, required the development of specific PCB stack ups and launch optimisations to achieve the differential crosstalk and return loss performance needed for frequencies up to 8 GHz.

PCB connectors for power systems
30 April 2024, Passive Components, Phoenix Contact

With the new PC 6 PCB connectors with screw connection, Phoenix Contact’s classic connection technology is available with enhanced touch protection for the new pin connector pattern.

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