23 April 2013
Welcome to our latest Test & Measurement Newsletter. Please let us know your views and interests by emailing email@example.com.
In this Issue:
Time history recording to throughput disk, sine/random/shock data reduction, remote control of Brüel & Kjaer NEXUS™ conditioning amplifiers as well as time-saving vibration testing with multi-sine excitation are just some of the new or enhanced functions contained in our latest VibControl software release. The software update helps you to further increase the performance of your VibControl system and to keep it up-to-date with the newest technology. Read more.
Sine data reduction
2. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab Doubles its Capabilities with New Vibration Control and Data Acquisition Systems from m+p international
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL) in Laurel, MD has built and commissioned an entirely new building for spacecraft sized payloads as well as substructures and DoD work. The 46,000 square foot building completed in July 2012 has 50 foot ceiling in clean rooms with 40 foot crane hook heights. It complements APL's existing integration & test capabilities just across the street with an optics laboratory, mechanical assembly & test, flight hardware staging as well as harness fabrication & assembly. Read more.
New Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab Building
In May we will showcast our latest technology at the following events:
SAE 2013 Noise and Vibration Conference and Exhibition
SPACE TECH EXPO
Well, that brings to a close this edition of the m+p international Newsletter. If there are items of information you would like to see here or if you have useful tips for the rest of the environmental test world, then please send us your pointers and we'll include them in the next edition.
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