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|07.12.2009||FHD hit the jackpot|
The prize, a set of HAMEG measuring instruments valued more than 10,000 €, was awarded to the Faculty of Electrical/Electronic Engineering of the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences.
|04.12.2009||Dealer Special 12/2009|
Taking advantage of this Dealer Special, we are pleased to introduce our global sales partners in a short summary.
The focus on international business has gained even more importance through the integration of our company into the globally well recognised Rohde & Schwarz Group. It is our corporate culture to do business in close cooperation and intensive communication with our long-standing, as well as with our new HAMEG sales partners....
|19.11.2009||Review Productronica 2009|
Keen interest at the HAMEG booth during Productronica 2009
HAMEG Instrument's introduction of the new valuable 250MHz oscilloscope as entry product of the HMO Series as well as the bus trigger- and decoding option (I2C, SPI, UART/RS-232) were well received with huge interest by customers and (the few attending) competitors.
|10.11.2009||Newsletter Productronica 2009|
Dear HAMEG Partner,
We are happy to give you the following update concerning our products, which will be presented at Productronica this week:
|22.09.2009||Update concerning our HMO Scope series|
We are happy to give you the following update concerning our HMO Scope series:
|20.08.2009||Exciting Eurobot Contest 2009|
'Numerobis' with HAMEG to the 'Temples of Atlantis'
The robot-club Aachen achieved within the national contest in Dresden as the third German team the qualification to participate at the Eurobot Final in France - congratulations from Mainhausen. More than 60 teams from all over the globe competed close to Le Mans in the final contest.
|11.08.2009||With HAMEG into the Universe|
HAMEG starts together with the HeidelSat-Team into cosmic Spheres.
At the SRH University of applied science in Heidelberg professors, students and hobbyists together with kids from12 years onwards rack their brains over an own satellite. The HeidelSat team brings this satellite into universe in the year 2011, measuring cosmic showers with the goal to collect long term data for climate research.
|05.06.2009||The new waveform reference|
The HMF series combines two arbitrary waveform generators with a sample rate up to 250MS/s,14 bit resolution, a bandwidth of 25/50MHz and 8ns rise time. Both units have a bright QVGA color - TFT display to display all functions and parameter.
|11.05.2009||HAMEG Instruments introduces the new 350 MHz DSO/MSO family|
Analogue meets Digital
In next to no time a DSO is converted into a MSO: In the digital-storage-oscilloscope mode of operation, the 2- and 4-channel DSOs of the HMO series from HAMEG Instruments provide 350 MHz bandwidth, 4 Gsample/s sampling rate and a storage depth of 2 MByte per channel. In the mixed signal oscilloscope mode the HMO Series provide up to 16 logic channels.
|03.04.2009||Keeping things simple – One for All - The new HMP series power supply|
Hameg Instruments introduces its new HMP series power supply in the 200 and 400 watts class
Keeping things simple – One for All
Launching the new HMP series, Hameg introduces three programmable high-performance power supplies, featuring two or three output channels that cover ranges of 0 to 32 volts and up to 10 amps. They provide many new functionalities, a high set and read back resolution, the EasyArb feature and excellent noise/ripple values (150µV) – even under full load conditions.
|02.03.2009||New Product Management Director|
Dear customers and business partners,
We are happy to inform you herewith that we were successful in winning Mr. Andreas Grimm as our new Head of Product Management, he will join us on 1 March 09.
|16.02.2009||HAMEG supports Roboter Club Aachen e. V.|
This year's HAMEG sponsorship is in favour of the Roboter Club Aachen e.V. with a CombiScope® HM2008 and the according Logic Probe HO2010. The Roboter Club Aachen e.V. has proven it's interdisciplinary know how regarding autonomous robots in numerous international events.