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Agilent enhances tools for electronic instrument automation and control

Agilent Technologies Inc., Santa Clara, CA
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Agilent Technologies Inc. released the enhanced Agilent Command Expert and IO Libraries Suite, software tools that accelerate the development of automated electronic  instrument connection and control for many PC applications. The enhanced software allows users to more easily access the key features of their instruments.


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AWR receives patent for block-specific harmonic balance analysis system

AWR Corp.
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AWR Corp. has been issued a U.S. Patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a “block-specific harmonic balance analysis system.” Originally filed on December 3, 2008, US Patent No. 8,131,521 addresses circuit simulation using multi-rate harmonic balancing. Specifically, the invention -- known as MRHB™ and first available within AWR’s 2009 product release -- speeds the design of complex circuits by enabling the effective reduction of analysis dimensions (e.g., frequency or time).


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Agilent's SystemVue Software Selected by Télécom ParisTech

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Agilent Technologies Inc., Santa Clara, CA
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AgilentSystemVueAgilent Technologies Inc. announced that Télécom ParisTech has selected the company’s SystemVue software for use in analog and mixed integrated systems research.


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NXP Software demonstrates LifeVibes smart player solutions at MWC 2012

NXP
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NXP Software is demonstrating new smart player solutions for TV and Video on Demand (VOD) at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012. They provide seamless access to content from any device and enable exciting experiences like social TV. Visitors can try out a combined video player and social control panel that lets people watch and interact with friends at the same time.


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CST STUDIO SUITE 2012 shipping completed

Computer Simulation Technology (CST)
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Researchers and engineers use CST STUDIO SUITE for the design of EM based components in application areas as diverse as MW&RF component design, EMC and signal and power integrity analysis. CST’s latest software release, CST STUDIO SUITE version 2012 and its multitude of powerful new features and functionality, can help them to streamline their workflows and shorten development cycles. The most significant development in this respect is System Assembly and Modeling.


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Agilent's Electromagnetic Professional and Momentum software selected by OSAT

Agilent Technoologies
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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that OSAT Company, which specializes in engineering analysis, testing and inspection techniques, is using Agilent’s Electromagnetic Professional software, EMPro, and the Momentum 3-D planar electromagnetic simulator to design and simulate innovative new antennas and circuits.


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Agilent Technologies announces 30-second demo series

Agilent Technoologies
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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the launch of a series of 30-second demos on 10 popular microwave EDA usability innovations for its Advanced Design System software, electronic design automation software for RF, microwave and high-speed applications.


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Agilent Technologies completes acquisition of Accelicon Technologies

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Agilent Technologies Inc., Santa Clara, CA
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AcceliconAgilentAgilent Technologies Inc. announced that Accelicon Technologies’ software solutions and technology for device-level modeling and validation are now part of Agilent.


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Agilent latest Genesys software enhances RF system design

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Genesys 2012Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the latest release of its low-cost, high-performance software for RF and microwave board design, Genesys 2012.


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Are you a Do'er?

Sherry Hess, AWR Corp.
Last October I attended a three-day conference called Business of Software (BoS) in Boston. AWR's CEO Dane Collins had attended it for the past two years and I wanted to as well, but my travel schedule always conflicted. So, by year three, I was determined to go and had long beforehand blacked out the dates on my calendar.
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