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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the industry’s most advanced PC-based oscilloscope analysis software. The N8900A InfiniiView application allows engineers to view and analyze previously captured signals from oscilloscopes made by Agilent and other vendors.
The need to have a target system and an oscilloscope available simultaneously can cause debugging and testing bottlenecks. InfiniiView alleviates the bottleneck by allowing engineers to view, analyze, share and document their results at a different time or place from where tests are performed.
To enable engineers to create usable documentation faster, InfiniiView incorporates bookmarks and smart markers – documentation features not previously found in oscilloscope user interfaces. Because the application runs on a PC, users can more easily share information with design partners, vendors and customers using thumb drives, email or Web conferencing.
“We’ve worked with several customers to define the right feature set to make InfiniiView valuable to a large number of oscilloscope users,” said Jay Alexander, vice president and general manager of Agilent’s Oscilloscope Products Division. “We’re excited to offer this type of innovative application to complement our ever-increasing scope hardware capability.”
InfiniiView delivers a number of industry firsts:
Additional information on Agilent’s InfiniiView application, including a free 14-day trial license, can be found at www.agilent.com/find/N8900A. Images are available at www.agilent.com/find/N8900A_images. Information on Agilent’s oscilloscope portfolio is available at www.agilent.com/find/scopes.
Agilent N8900A InfiniiView oscilloscope analysis application is priced at $750 for the base software, and Agilent offers a variety of upgrades. The application is available now.
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