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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced it will demonstrate its latest military communications test technologies and tools at MILCOM, November 7 to 10, at the Baltimore Convention Center (Booth 1201) in Baltimore, MD.
Custom waveform generation and analysis: Agilent will demonstrate complete waveform generation and analysis with the combination of SystemVue for simulation, MXG vector signal generator for playback and the PXA signal analyzer with 89600 VSA software for analysis of waveforms, including custom OFDM, 802.11ac, SiQPSK and CPM.
RF and microwave handheld test tools: The company will also showcase its family of handheld spectrum analyzers, including the 7 GHz N9342C and the new 20 GHz N9344C. Also featured will be its Fieldfox handheld RF analyzers: the 4/6 GHz RF analyzer with cable and antenna tester and spectrum analyzer, and the 4/6 GHz vector network analyzer.
Wideband instruments for digital predistortion: With digital predistortion on its PXI-based wideband instruments, Agilent will show how power amplifiers can be driven at high drive levels while limiting the signal peak-to-average power ratios. This allows higher quality signals for next-generation communications systems.
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