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Rohde & Schwarz and NMDG Expand Nonlinear Portfolio

September 27, 2010
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Rohde & Schwarz has entered into a cooperative agreement with the Belgian company NMDG, a highly specialized provider of nonlinear network analysis solutions that will enable Rohde & Schwarz to expand its extensive network analysis portfolio of nonlinear measurement solutions. Today's advanced RF components and systems need to support complex modulation techniques and accommodate even wider transmission bandwidths. The goal is to achieve higher data throughput while simultaneously lowering power consumption.

"Network analysis that characterizes nonlinear effects allows RF components and systems to be optimized as early as possible in the design phase," explained Jörg Fries, Head of Product Management for spectrum and network analysis at Rohde & Schwarz. "This is why semiconductor development engineers are increasingly interested in T&M solutions that can be used to reproducibly align the data gathered during characterization, modeling and simulation as well as from real-world measurement sequences. Since NMDG is an expert in this field, we are now optimally prepared to meet such requirements."

Marc Vanden Bossche, the Founder of NMDG, commented, "Together with Rohde & Schwarz, we have provided test solutions for analyzing nonlinear components since 2008. As a system integrator, NMDG uses T&M equipment from Rohde & Schwarz to produce advanced characterization systems. We are looking forward to collaborating even more closely with this partner on the joint development and propagation of nonlinear network analysis."

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