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Posted March 1, 2018

Boonton has begun shipping the new CPS2000 series of True Average Connected Power Sensors. With USB, LAN and PoEconnectivity, a robust set of drivers, and best-in-class measurement speed, the CPS2000 series was designed to simplify integration and shorten test times in manufacturing and ATE environments.

Boonton introduces the new Amplifier Test Software

Posted June 23, 2011

Boonton's New Software Tests Pulsed and Linear RF Amplifiers as well as Rotary Radar Joints.

Power Measurements of Complex Pulse trains Webinar

Posted March 29, 2011

Power Measurements of Complex Pulse trains Webinar

Pulsed signals used for radar, remote sensing and tracking, MRI medical imaging, and certain wireless communication applications such as WiMax & LTE have become increasingly complex to measure. A Peak power meter with advanced trigger capabilities is an excellent tool for this purpose. The Boonton 4500B can trigger using a single edge, pos/neg slope, standard hold-off, or a delay by time or event. This webinar describes the basic characteristics of pulse signal and capabilities of complex pulse train measurements by using Boonton 4500B.

Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy (DLTS) with Boonton 7200 Capacity Meter Webinar

Posted January 31, 2011

Deep-level transient spectroscopy (DLTS) is an experimental tool for studying electrically active defects in semiconductors.

Wireless Telecom Group Awarded $1.5M Contract From The United States Navy

Posted December 7, 2010

Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. (NYSE Amex: WTT) announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Boonton Electronics, has been awarded a contract with the Department of the United States Navy to supply Boonton’s 4500B RF Peak Power Meter in support of a Naval Sea Systems Command project.

Amplifier Testing Part 1 – Replace your crystal detector Webinar

Posted November 23, 2010

Amplifier Testing Part 1 – Replace your crystal detector Webinar

This webinar describes how our family of peak power meter/sensor systems can replace the single-ended detector system used for measuring the forward and reflected power of a Radar antenna system.