4-CH

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4-CHFour-Channel (electronics)
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In addition, Osram plans to release a four-channel SMT laser in 2019.
For 200G demonstration, the solution is comprised of the MAOM-38051 four-channel transmit CDR and modulator driver and MAOT-025402 TOSA with embedded MAOP-L284CN CWDM L-PIC (silicon photonic integrated circuit with integrated CW lasers) transmitter.
A four-channel hardware platform, titan provides 12G processing, as well as the ability to convert between single-link 4K/UHD video (12G) and quad-link 4K/UHD video (4x3G).
The compact TDC-GPX2 operates in two-channel or four-channel modes, achieving 70 mega-samples per second with 10-pS resolution, and 35 mega-samples per second with 20-pS resolution, respectively.
Amphenol Aerospace has released a new four-channel 10G-Base-T to XAUI connector product in addition to its current set of 10GbE products.
Clinical laboratories requiring high-throughput separations for their LCMS assays now have access to a four-channel, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) system designed to increase the productivity and efficiency of clinical sample separations, while freeing valuable bench space.
General Dynamics' (NYSE: GD) four-channel digital modular radios (DMR) are being upgraded with high-frequency dynamic routing (HFDR) software to turn the radio's four channels into eight virtual channels.
The TandD Multichannel Recorder MCR-4TC is a four-channel battery-operated temperature data logger.
Fluke introduced its 190-504 Series II 500 MHz ScopeMeter Portable Oscilloscope, said to be the first to achieve a 500 MHz at 5 GS/s real time sample rate in a four-channel handheld, sealed, and rugged oscilloscope without compromising on safety rating, ruggedness, or battery operating time.
Tektronix has broadened its TBS1000 oscilloscope series to include three new four-channel models at 60 MHz, 100 MHz and 150 MHz bandwidth.
6 -- Fluke has introduced the Fluke ScopeMeter 190 Series II handheld portable oscilloscopes, the first four-channel scopes designed for harsh industrial environments.