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March, 2021


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Page 87 Triple-Output DC Power Supplies from B&K


YORBA LINDA, CA — B&K Precision has launched its 9140 series of triple-output multi-range DC power supplies. With three isolated and individually controllable out- puts, the 9140 (32V, 8A) and 9141 (60V, 4A) provide up to 300W of clean power with low ripple and noise or 100W per channel in a compact 2U half-rack form factor. The front panel contains a 4.3 in. (109


mm) LCD and unique output terminals that support sheathed banana plugs or spade lug type connectors. Multiple outputs, combined with advanced list mode programming, data logging, and extensive protection features, make these power supplies suitable for a wide range of benchtop or test system applications. This series offers several


enhanced features not available on any of B&K’s existing triple output power supplies. Powerful list mode features include list sequencing and step triggering for synchronizing events. List


Wi-Fi 6E Tri-Band Chipset from NXP


AUSTIN, TX — NXP has launched its new CW641 Wi-Fi 6E Tri-Band system-on-chip (SoC). With increasing conges- tion in the legacy 2.4 and 5 GHz bands, the U.S. FCC has approved 1.2 GHz of unlicensed spectrum for the 6 GHz band along with other regions around the world, which will transform the Wi-Fi landscape. NXP is introducing a Wi-Fi


6E device that will make use of this 6 GHz band and extend Wi- Fi capacity by bringing higher throughout, increased capacity, reliability, and improved latency. Designed for access points


and service provider gateways, the CW641 unlocks increased speeds of over 4 Gb/s and multi- user performance in the new 6 GHz band, providing greater capacity and lower latency, which dramatically improves the Wi-Fi user experience. Adding 6 GHz capabilities to


gateway platforms gives service providers options to efficiently partition available bandwidth across devices to ensure opti- mum user experience for a wide range of applications. Mission- critical, high-bandwidth, low- latency applications like mesh back haul and cloud gaming are excellent for migration to 6 GHz, freeing up the 5 and 2.4 GHz bands for other lower-bandwidth


applications. Contact: NXP USA, Inc.,


6501 William Cannon Drive


West, Austin, TX 78735 % 408-802-0602 E-mail: tate.tran@nxp.com Web: www.nxp.com


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mode programs can be assigned to run on one or multiple channels simultaneously. Output sequencing allows users to link the output states between multiple channels with con-


figurable on/off delays. Both models come equipped with LXI-


compliant LAN and USB interfaces for remote control and programming with an optional GPIB interface. Remote control PC software, LabVIEW and IVI drivers are pro- vided to simplify instrument control and test system integration. The USB host port on the front panel allows users to log voltage and current measurements directly to an exter-


nal flash drive. Contact: B&K Precision Corp., 22820


SMCV100B vector signal generator.


Savi Ranch Parkway, Yorba Linda, CA 92887 % 714-921-9095 E-mail: gregv@bkprecision.com Web: www.bkprecision.com


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