Anritsu has announced the release of its first modular 1-port VNA that supports measurement frequencies up to 43.5 GHz. The ShockLine MS46131A is a USB controlled vector network analyzer (VNA) that brings cost and efficiency advantages to measuring antennas and other 1-port 5G devices at sub-6 GHz, as well as in the 28 GHz and 39 GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) bands. It is available in 3 frequency configurations – 8 GHz, 20 GHz and 43.5 GHz. Very lightweight and compact, the VNA can be directly connected to the device under test (DUT), eliminating the need for interconnect cables. The result is reduced test costs and improved measurement stability. The MS46131A is a modular VNA that can be configured for each user session on a port-by-port basis. A single PC can control up to two 1-port instruments for convenient dual site testing. Units can be easily moved between test setups, depending on the required port count. Production uptime is also enhanced, as 1-port VNAs can be easily replaced, if needed, to keep test stations operational.Beyond the USB connection to the external control PC running ShockLine software, the MS46131A also requires a 12V power supply. An advantage of the external PC is that it makes test data more secure, as all the measurement results are stored on the PC, rather than the VNA. The MS46131A is well suited for confidential testing environments due to this level of security. Analysis and documentation are also simplified, as there is no need to transfer data off the onboard instrument memory.Click here to view Anritsu’s complete VNA portfolio on everything RF.
[av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading tag=’h3′ padding=’10’ heading=’PBA fines Guiao for ‘cursing, disrespectful behavior’’ color=” style=’blockquote modern-quote’ custom_font=” size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ custom_class=”]By ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – NLEX Road Warriors head coach Yeng Guiao has been meted with a fine by the PBA for the second time in the first two weeks of the 2016-2017 Oppo PBA Philippine Cup.Guiao, a seven-time PBA champion coach, has been slapped with a P10,000 fine by PBA commissioner Andres Narvasa “for disrespectful gestures and utterances” towards the referees in Road Warriors’ 106-93 loss to the Meralco Bolts on Dec. 3.Just a week ago, Guiao was also given a P1,000 fine for his first infraction: hurling profane language toward game officials during the Road Warriors’ 99-97 win over the Alaska Aces last Nov. 25.Guiao, who is known for being frequently ejected from games for bad mouthing game officials, said he will still continue with his antics as long as the game officials commit phantom calls against his team.“Marami pa silang sigaw at murang maririnig sa akin hanggang sa matuto sila,” said Guiao, who recently towed the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters to two PBA championships.Aside from Guiao, also slapped with a fine are his players Eric Camson, P5,000 for flagrant foul, and Ilonggo Emman Monfort, P3,000 for second offense. Star Hotshots’ Aldrech Ramos was slapped with a P10,000 fine for committing an injurious foul.Narvasa has also meted P7,500 fine each to TNT Katropa’s Moala Tautuaa and rookie Levi Hernandez and Blackwater Elite forward Dylan Ababou for a flagrant foul landing spot infraction.Others who were fined of numerous infractions are Meralco Bolts’ Kelly Nabong and Rabeh Al-Hussaini, Aces’ Carl Bryan Cruz and Jaypee Mendoza, GlobalPort Batang Pier’s Terrence Romeo and San Miguel Beermen’s Gabby Espinas./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]
Matt Loede Related TopicsCody AndersonDanny SalazarIndiansTwins Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. The Indians continue to fight daily to keep up with the other teams in the AL Playoff race, and after Saturday night’s heart breaker at Progressive Field 4-3 to the White Sox, the team wakes up today back to four games back of the wild card.The team will wrap up its homestand today at 1:10pm vs the White Sox, and after an off day Monday will travel to Minnesota for a huge three games with the Twins.Here’s the probables for the three-game set with Minnesota:Tue September 22 @ Minnesota, 8:10PM, SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRNRHP Danny Salazar vs. RHP Ervin SantanaWed September 23 @ Minnesota, 8:10PM, SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRNRHP Corey Kluber vs. TBDThur September 24 @ Minnesota, 8:10PM, SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRNRHP Cody Anderson vs. RHP Kyle Gibson
More than 3,000 fans were on hand at Blue Wahoos Stadium Saturday to witness history as UWF conducted its first-ever stadium scrimmage in full uniform.Take a peak at the day through the social media accounts of those who were in attendance.[View the story “UWF Football Scrimmage at Blue Wahoos Stadium” on Storify]Print Friendly Version
#ARGOS# Print Friendly Version FLORENCE, Ala. – Rachel Neblett, Monique StCyr, Jordyn Poppen and Nadine Williams of the University of West Florida volleyball team were named 2017 Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-South Region selections, as voted on by the region’s sports information directors.Neblett and StCyr were selected to the All-South Region First Team while Williams and Poppen checked in on the All-South Region Second Team. West Florida led the region with four selections and was the only GSC team to have two selections on the region’s First Team.Neblett has enjoyed an outstanding 2017 campaign. She currently ranks first nationally with a hitting percentage of .431. She ranks fourth in the region with 4.45 points per set, fifth in the region with 0.44 service aces per set and is tenth in the region with 0.97 blocks per set. She is tied for 11th in the region with 3.45 kills per set. She is fourth in the region with 51 service aces, fifth with 113 total blocks and ninth with 400 total kills. She adds the honor to her First Team All-GSC selection this season.Neblett finished second in UWF history in 2016 in attack percentage with a mark of .354. She currently owns an attack percentage of .431 in 2017. If maintained, this would be the all-time most efficient mark for a single-season in UWF history. Neblett is also on track to break the career attack percentage mark. Entering the weekend, she has maintained a .351 career mark, which would eclipse the record currently held by current graduate assistant coach Kathryn Torre (.340). StCyr has continued an incredible career at UWF in 2017. One of only two players in program history to be named All-GSC four times, this year marks the third straight season that she has been named to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-South Region Team. StCyr currently ranks sixth 9.89 assists per set. She ranks third in the conference this year with 1,147 total assists. She has posted 32 service aces in the 2017 season, surpassing previous record-holder Jessica Bragion, who accumulated 165 from 2002-2005, on the all-time UWF career service aces list. StCyr is already the all-time career assists leader at UWF, checking in with 3,337 to begin the year and adding 1,147 this season. She is the first Argo to eclipse 4,000 assists in a career. Jordyn Poppen enjoyed a breakout season in 2017. She currently ranks 15th in the region with a .293 hitting percentage. She ranks 19th in the region with 2.98 kills per set. She is 24th in the region with 3.31 points per set and is 20th in the region with 200 kills. This is the first time she has been named to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-South Region Team. This year also marks the first time that Nadine Williams has been named to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-South Region Team. She is 20th in the region with 242 total attacks. She is 21st in the region with 246 total digs. She is 27th in the region with 251 total kills. Both Poppen and Williams were 2017 All-GSC selections. UWF volleyball opens play at the regional tournament Thursday. The Argonauts (28-6) are currently ranked No. 17 nationally and earned the No. 3 seed in the South Region. The GSC champions will take on Tampa (18-13) in the tournament’s first round Nov. 30 at 12:00 p.m ET/11:00 a.m. CT. The tournament will be held at Florida Southern in Lakeland, Fla. 2017 D2CCA Division II All-South Region Volleyball TeamFirst TeamOH/RS Ally Rohn (Palm Beach Atlantic) OH/RS Lexie Bradley (North Alabama) OH/RS Denvyr Tyler-Palmer (Nova Southeastern) MH Rachel Neblett (West Florida)MH Sarah Kimmey (Palm Beach Atlantic) LIB/DS Haley Hop (Alabama Huntsville)S Monique StCyr (West Florida) Second TeamOH/RS Silvia Sartori (Lee) OH/RS Jordyn Poppen (West Florida) OH/RS Nadine Williams (West Florida) MH Jessica Austin (North Alabama) MH Maddie Span (Palm Beach Atlantic) LIB/DS Olivia Roa (Embry-Riddle)S Jayden Davila-McClary (North Alabama) South Region Player of the Year: Ally Rohn, Palm Beach Atlantic
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Spring Break travel season is getting underway, with the break starting next Monday, March 14, on the Kenai Peninsula. The TSA is reminding flyers what they can’t bring through security. ABC’s Ryan Burrow reports… Burrow: “At Memphis International Airport, TSA officials showed off items they’ve confiscated in just the last month, including toy guns, brass knuckles, tools, a machete, even nunchucks. The agency is warning travelers they won’t be able to get through security with those items. If they try, they’ll either have to return them to their vehicles, or leave them at security. The TSA hopes the warning will help alleviate long lines as Spring Breakers ramp up travel. Ryan Burrow, ABC News.”
“It looked like things might be heading for a playoff but I had a bit of luck on my side and am pleased to have won,” said Taniguchi, who closed on 16-under 272 for his ninth win on the Japanese tour.Maruyama, whose appearance here was his first in three years on the Japanese tour, fired a superb 64 that included an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey for second alongside Yokota, who had two eagles in a round of 64. Miyazato holds on MIKI, Hyogo Pref. (Kyodo) Teenage star Ai Miyazato kept her cool to birdie the final hole for 4-under-par 68 to capture her fourth title of the season at the Masters GC Ladies on Sunday.Teeing off three strokes clear, the 19-year-old from Okinawa knocked down six birdies against two bogeys at Masters Golf Club, holding off Miho Koga to claim a one-stroke win on 11-under 205 and a paycheck for 18 million yen.Money rankings leader Yuri Fudo shot a 67 to take third place on 210 while Michie Oba was another two strokes back after also going round in 67. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES CHIBA – In-form Toru Taniguchi overturned a three-stroke deficit to claim his second title in as many weeks with a final-round 6-under par 66 at the Bridgestone Open on Sunday.Taniguchi, who pulled off a wire-to-wire, four-shot victory at last week’s Japan Open for his first title in two years, had six birdies in a bogey-free round, holding off late surges from U.S. tour regular Shigeki Maruyama and Shinichi Yokota for a one-stroke win at Sodegaura Country Club.
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES HAKONE, Kanagawa Pref. – Anchor Ryota Komano overturned a major deficit on the final leg Wednesday to lead Waseda University to its first first-day title in the Tokyo-Hakone collegiate ekiden road relay in 12 years. Komano and four others covered the 108-km course from Tokyo’s Otemachi district to the hot spring resort of Hakone in 5 hours, 33 minutes, 8 seconds. Komazawa University, winner of last fall’s national collegiate ekiden, came second — 1:14 behind in 5:34:22 — giving itself a good chance of securing its first overall crown in three years after Thursday’s 109.9-km return trip. Yamanashi Gakuin University placed third in 5:35:07. Tokai University was in eighth while Juntendo University, which took the overall title last year, saw its chance at a repeat evaporate after Hiroyuki Ono dropped out on the fifth leg. Waseda made a sluggish start and trailed in 12th place but third-leg runner Kensuke Takezawa closed the gap to fifth. Komano, who took the sash in sixth place, made up ground on five runners to finish the 23.4-km fifth leg in a top time of 1:18:12 in the 20-team road relay. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
The south west rivalry with Plymouth Raiders is renewed on Friday before Surrey Scorchers visit the WISE Campus for the first time this season on Saturday night.Everything you need to know ahead of the weekend’s action can be found below.
COLUMBIA – Probably Steve Spurrier’s best attribute as a football coach is his ability to dissect opposing defenses with his shrewd play-calling.After abdicating some of that play-calling responsibility during the University of South Carolina’s 2014 football season, Spurrier is ready to get back into the game.“I plan to be the play-caller again,” Spurrier said after practice Tuesday. “I did delegate at times last year, but I usually took over before the game was over. But I certainly plan on doing it, and I’ll be ready to do it, and go from there.”Spurrier said when he handed off the duties last season, it was mainly because of his frustration when things weren’t going so well.“You make a bad call and you say, ‘Aw … why did I do that? Maybe somebody else can do it better,’ ” Spurrier said. “And then you realize it’s not necessarily the play call, it’s just what happens.”Spurrier said he would remain open to suggestions from his offensive staff but would stay true to his beliefs.“I’ve done that since I’ve been here, take suggestions here and there, especially on the run game, at times,” Spurrier said. “But not always. Not always. I listen to them, but I don’t always go with the suggestions, which is expected.”Spurrier understands USC has a long way to go•There has been a lot of buzz about Greenwood native Marquavius Lewis taking over at one of the defensive end spots.Co-defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward took a wait-and-see approach about the junior college transfer, however, when asked if Lewis could end the 2015 season with more than 10 sacks after the Gamecocks finished 2014 with a combined 14.“It’s not that easy,” Ward said. “(Jadeveon) Clowney, I think had 13 when he was here, and he’s a great player. Quay’s going to be a great player, too, but we’ve got a long way to go to be talking about (double-digit) sacks.”•Defensive line coach Deke Adams said the priority during the offseason has been getting the defensive linemen in better shape than in 2014, as well as improving players’ technique.Having Ward coaching the defensive linemen has been a plus, Adams said.“First, off he’s a great coach,” Adams said of Ward. “It’s also been good because we can split the ends and the tackles, give them more attention.“They’ve been working hard. There are times I’ve been working out and they come in to get in extra cardio, or whatever in. I’ve been happy with their work ethic.”•Spurrier says there is a possibility someone other than wide receiver Pharoh Cooper could become the wildcat quarterback next seasonHe said incoming freshman quarterback Lorenzo Nunez is a possibility, along with reserve quarterback Brendan Nosovitch.MORE FROM GREENVILLEONLINE: Connor Mitch fighting to take over as QB for Gamecocks USC embracing new defensive strategy