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Wireless sensors provide great insight in applications because they are simple to install, they can be deployed in a multitude of situations.
Keysight Technologies will show solutions for measurement challenges in automotive, energy, semiconductors, materials and wireless (A1, 576).
Keysight Technologies announces WLAN 802.11ah and 802.11af capabilities for the EXM wireless test set.
More modern components are including different functionalities integrated into a single component.
Keysight Technologies introduces the Advanced Design System PCI Express and USB Compliance Test Benches.
Charlie McClelland, Keysight Product Specialist at Aspen Electronics, gives an overview of how thermal imaging cameras have become very useful.
Farnell element14 announces it has stock of the Keysight Technologies, Inc. digital storage and mixed signal oscilloscopes.
Keysight Technologies has announced that its FieldFox handheld combination analysers monitor and control satellite ground stations.
The B2980A series is claimed to be the world’s first graphical picoammeters and electrometers to measure down to 0.01fA.
Keysight Technologies, formerly Agilent, claims the industry’s first user-extensible frequency domain analysis for real-time oscilloscopes.
Oscilloscopes, like most test equipment, have changed from time to time over the years but they have not kept up with trends in consumer electronics such as multi-touch gestures and voice recognition. By Doug Beck, Keysight Technologies
Agilent Technologies has introduced a single slot, eight-channel version of its U5309A 8bit PCIe Gen2 digitser with on-board processing.
Continuing development and support of modular platforms, the company is highlighting advances in PXI and AXIe at the show.
At the end of 2013 Agilent announced it will split into two different companies. Earlier this month the company announced more details of the split as well as the name of the new company.
Claimed to be the industry’s first toolset to speed development of new data storage devices, Agilent introduces three analysis tools.
Agilent Technologies and the University of Michigan have announced Agilent’s support of the university’s solar-car team.
Several oscilloscopes available today offer more than 8 bits of vertical resolution. Oscilloscopes with up to 12 bits of vertical resolution are available from multiple manufacturers, with some claiming up to 15 bits of resolution.
Agilent invites you to join them in a free of charge, full day seminar on Tuesday 16th July, 2013 in Winnersh, Berks from 08.45 to 16.45.
Agilent has made enhancements to its mid-range, real-time spectrum analyser, the MXA, to measure heterogeneous wireless networks and pinpoint problems.
Agilent launches oscilloscopes with fastest waveform update rate for use in harsh environments.