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Smaller, faster, and higher quality. That's the millennial trend and every company in the industry is desperate to come out with the next best product. In this month's edition, we're focusing on the latest hardware and analyzing whether it stacks up to its forerunners. Are these sleek new advancements worth compromising longevity and damage tolerance? That's up to you to decide.

Spectrum Launches AWGs

Spectrum's new LXI-based arbitrary waveform generators can stream data continuously from PC to AWG memory. The series offers a new, wider variety of performance levels for all your generator needs, providing effective, automated, and quality features.

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Ultrathin Wearable Laser Lift-Off Display

Holographic display? Not quite, but the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has developed wearable and transparent visual displays to fit the demands of the technological world.

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Toshiba Moves to 64 Flash GB Memory

Toshiba recently unveiled its cutting-edge BiCS FLASH 3-dimensional flash memory. The refined device boasts 40% per unit chip size compared to its 48 GB predecessor and will be built into future enterprise and consumer solid state drives, smartphones, tablets and memory cards.

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Accurate Control & Broadband Flatness for VVAs

Commonly deployed in applications such as electronic warfare, fibre optic and broadband telecom, military radios, and more, the new line of coaxial voltage variable attenuators offers 60 dB of attenuation across broad frequencies from 400 MHz to 18 GHz.

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Allied Components International continues to design and manufacture leading edge Ethernet and PoE LAN magnetics. A standard series of high performance, the new A10GS-2403S is a 10 Gigabit, 1:1 Turns Ratio, Standard Temp, 1500Vrms Hi Pot device to specifically address the isolation, insertion loss and return loss requirements of IEEE 802.3 and ANSI X3.263 standards for 10GBASE-T, LAN PHY applications. Read More >