Also detect filter leaks with this loop-powered flow monitor
May 01, 2014
This loop-powered particulate-matter flow and emissions monitor (photo) also detects filter leaks in baghouses, cartridge dust collectors and cyclones. Simple two-wire installation and single-piece mounting, along with heavy-duty construction and charge-induction sensing with no optics enable low-maintenance operations, even in applications with challenging particulate types, such as flyash from coal and carbon black, and emissions from smelters, foundries, cement kilns and powder dryers. - FilterSense Inc., Beverly, Mass. www.filtersense.com

Fired Heaters: Best Practices for the Control of Fuel Gas
May 01, 2014
Large petroleum-refining complexes often have dozens of fired heaters, making broad-based competency in this area essential to overall reliability, safety and energy efficiency. Despite industry's widespread familiarity with fired heaters, they continue to pose significant challenges during initial control-system design and unless properly specified, operated and maintained, fired heaters can hinder good control and reliable operation going forward. All fuel-gas-fired heaters have basic features in common, but no two applications are exactly the same, and an industry best practice for fuel-gas control has never emerged. Even one of the most basic questions - whether to use fuel-gas-flow control or pressure control - remains open, with little industry guidance available. A helpful approach to move toward industry standardization is to identify the most common and successful practices based on current technology and experience, for use as a design starting point and a reference point.

Spherix Engages Intellectual Property Law Firm to Monetize Patent Portfolio Acquired from Rockstar
April 24, 2014
Spherix, an intellectual property development company, announced that it has retained the law firm of Kenyon & Kenyon to further assist the Company in the monetization efforts of patents acquired in December from Rockstar Consortium (US) LP.

Healbe GoBe Earns Over $1 Million on Indiegogo
April 24, 2014
Healbe Corp. announced that its Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign raised $1,084,944 in support of GoBe - a wearable body manager that automatically measures calorie intake. According to a release, the 42-day campaign - which began on March 5 - was a huge success, raising over ten times Healbe's original goal of $100,000. It made GoBe one of the top 10 most funded projects in Indiegogo history.

NEC Leverages eASIC to Optimize iPasolink Microwave Products
April 23, 2014
eASIC Corp., a provider of Single Mask Adaptable ASIC devices, said that NEC Corp., a provider of solutions in the microwave backhaul market, is using eASIC's Nextreme-2 product to optimize the performance and power of key functionality in their iPasolink backhaul products.

EJL Wireless Research adds the Nokia Solutions Networks W-CDMA/LTE FRGP 2100MHz B1 Radio Unit to its DesigN Analysis Infrastructure; DNA-I Series of Teardown Reports.
April 22, 2014
  Salem, NH (PRWEB) April 22, 2014             EJL Wireless Research is announcing a new report within its proprietary DNA-I series, a Nokia Solutions Networks W-CDMA/LTE 2100MHz B1 210W (3x70W) Flexi 3-sector radio module.       "This is our first opportunity to look into the 3-sector design philosophy for NSN's outdoor radio module for its LTE eNodeB products. The Flexi 3-sector radio contains three complete radio transceivers, three power amplifiers and three duplexer filters to support 1x2 SIMO functionality. Two 3-sector radio modules may be deployed to enable a 2x2 MIMO functionality per sector at the BTS site. We note that this architecture is the most integrated and compact 3-sector radio design by any BTS OEM" said founder and President, Earl Lum.

Simple blood test can diagnose asthma: Study
April 16, 2014
New York, April 16 -- A single drop of blood can be a faster, cheaper and more accurate tool to diagnose mild cases of asthma If we believe researchers at University of Wisconsin-Madison, this hand-held technology can lead to diagnose asthma even if patients are not experiencing any symptoms.

Spotlight: Jawbone Era
April 15, 2014
The new Jawbone Era comes with a minimalist and lightweight design that is 42 percent smaller than the old Era, in part made possible by its micro-electro-mechanical systems that also offers better performance despite its smaller size. The headset comes with a charging dock small enough to fit into your pocket, and bumps the 4-hours talk time of the lightweight Bluetooth earpiece to 10 hours. The Era also features a new earbud design that the company says has been in testing for almost three years, and fits more comfortably than the older earloop design. The Jawbone Era is available in four colors: Black, Silver, Bronze and Red, and priced at $129.99 with charging case; or $99.99 for just the headset.

Coming, glasses as strong as steel
April 14, 2014
New York, April 14 -- Imagine glasses that are strong as steel and can be used for producing hard, durable and seamless complex shapes that no other metal processing method can

CyVek immunoassay technology gets $10M investment
April 07, 2014
CyVek and its immunoassay technology got a $10 million investment shot in the arm from Minneapolis-based Bio-Techne ($TECH) with an additional promise to acquire the company in the future if certain conditions are met.


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