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Setting the Benchmark

A cross-country collaboration between Benchmark engineers helped resolve an array of mission-critical concerns for a use case requiring long-range surveillance in remote, rugged areas. The result: an imaging system with reliable precision optics and positioning mechanisms, ruggedized for use in...

In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) is a category of medical tests and devices that process and analyze blood and tissue samples to provide information used for screening, diagnosis and monitoring of diseases or other conditions.  IVD tests are essential tools in everyday medical practice and emergency...

5G is the next phase in the evolution of global communication networks. When the technology is fully realized and implemented on a massive scale, we’ll see a world connected like never before. 

As innovation in neuromodulation continues to expand the capabilities of neurostimulation technology, medical device manufacturers will be incentivized to optimize the lead interface designs they use in their new products. A change to what seems like a minor sub-assembly can make an immense...

As my first full-time job after finishing graduate school, Benchmark has given me opportunity to contribute to projects across a huge breadth of fields, ranging from high-power electric vehicle chargers, to tomorrow’s solutions for 5G wireless problems, to peer-to-peer mesh communication for...

We asked Scott Wofford to answer a few questions about his time working as a U.S. Government contractor in Iraq and Afghanistan.  He describes how his amazing experiences working under extreme pressure helped him prepare to work with customers at Benchmark’s Tempe Design Center of Innovation...

Industry 4.0 is a buzzword which gets thrown around in meetings and conferences when talking about the next generation of the connected world or discussions involving 5G capabilities. But what does this phrase mean to our customers? And what does a factory outfitted with Industry 4.0 connectivity

Advances in Technology for Millimeter Wave Antennas

With the advancement of modern manufacturing and fabrication technology, millimeter wave (mmWave) processes are becoming more commercially viable. Millimeter wave antenna arrays are emerging as a promising candidate for 5G systems. In addition,...

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