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Ralph Hutson | October 30, 2017

5 RF Test Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make

The process of making accurate measurements in an RF test component system includes many variables as mistakes in the measurement process can cause inaccurate readings that devastate the overall testing processes. Here are five mistakes you may be making in your RF test measurements and key considerations to ensure your RF measurements are as accurate as possible:

James Duvall | June 07, 2017

G Systems' Aircraft Radome Test System Helps Ensure that Passengers Soar Safely

Our video shows how G Systems' radome test system validates accurate radome repair and ensures aircraft passengers are safe

An airplane radome often serves as the nose cone of the aircraft, performing two crucial functions: first, to be aerodynamic and, second, to be transparent to the plane’s weather radar. What happens, however, when aircraft radomes don't function correctly? To borrow a phrase that originated in aerospace, "Houston, we have a problem." G Systems recently designed a solution. 

Ralph Hutson | February 16, 2017

Faster Test times, Increased Throughput and Test Automation

Ralph Hutson | October 21, 2016

Alleviate the Error Prone, Tedious Task of Calibrating

What is the G Systems RF Path Loss Calibrator and how can it help your business? Improved accuracy, convenience and long term cost savings are some advantages. Others include saving time as well as cable wear. The greatest savings stack up when you factor in labor costs. The RF Path Loss Calibrator helps alleviate the often error prone and tedious task of calibrating RF cabling.

Let’s take a closer look.