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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced two new frequency options for the N9000A CXA X-Series signal analyzers. The new options provide a low-cost solution for essential microwave signal characterization up to 13.6 GHz and 26.5 GHz.
“Traditionally, value-priced signal analyzers have only provided a basic level of functionality,” said Brian LeMay, general manager of Agilent’s Chengdu Instruments Division. “Adding microwave frequency options for the CXA goes beyond the norm and provides essential signal characterization. These options also provide a foundation for cost-effective testing and seamless integration with other X-Series models, which reduces capital expenditures.”
To help customers meet tighter test requirements and enhance test margins, the N9000A CXA signal analyzercapabilities include:
Agilent will demonstrate the CXA and its newest test and measurement solutions in microwave, millimeter-wave, wireless, radar, antenna for telecommunications, transportation and medical markets at European Microwave Week (Booth 114), RAI, Amsterdam, Oct. 29- 31.
These industry-leading solutions enable R&D, design and manufacturing engineers to develop and deliver innovative products.
A nine-year platinum sponsor of European Microwave Week, Agilent also will host a comprehensive series of workshops and technical programs.
U.S. Pricing, Availability and Additional information
The Agilent N9000A CXA with 13.6-GHz frequency range (Option 513) is available for $23,521. The 26.5-GHz frequency range (Option 526) is priced at $28,478.
These new options for the CXA can be purchased through Agilent sales representatives and Agilent authorized distributors beginning Dec. 1.
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