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Agilent offers a new PXI hybrid switch module series that operates from a frequency range from DC to 26.5 GHz. It is being used in applications such as Automatic Test Equipment (ATE), RF communications measurements where a rugged switching module is needed in high density switching systems.
Agilent power splitters and dividers provide minimal insertion loss and high port isolation for highly accurate transmission line fault testing, power combining, source leveling, ratio measurements, power splitting, and critical signal processing.
Agilent offers a broad range of RF and microwave switches in a wide variety of configurations from DC to 50 GHz. Their switches provide high accuracy and repeatability for automated test and measurement, signal monitoring and routing applications.
The N9030A PXA is the highest-performing member of Agilent’s X-Series signal analyzers, providing coverage up to 26.5 GHz and ensuring present and future flexibility through optional measurement capabilities and hardware expandability.
The Agilent CXA signal analyzer is a versatile, low-cost tool for essential signal characterization. This low-cost member of Agilent’s X-Series signal analyzers helps accelerate product testing and development while reducing costs.
16 to 32 GHz real-time lab scopes with 2 Gpts memory, the industry’s highest real-time scope measurement accuracy, the industry’s only 30 GHz oscilloscope probing system, and the industry’s first application-specific measurement software.
The Radar Fundamentals poster has picturesque displays of PRF, radar block diagrams, basic equations, standard nomenclature and the latest radar equipment for your toughest radar test challenges.
Agilent U2000 Series USB-based power sensors, except for U2004A, now come with internal triggering and trace display capability. Internal triggering enables triggering based on the burst signal envelope so no external signal triggering is needed. Trace display provides a graphical view of the signal envelope to assist in gate placement
Agilent’s PNA-X Series of microwave network analyzers now offer high accuracy, source-corrected noise-figure measurements of frequency converters and mixers, as well as amplifiers. For measurements up to 26.5 GHz, an internal low-noise receiver is available that eliminates the need for an external preamplifier.
System-level X-parameters in SystemVue 2010 and Genesys 2010 provide Architecture-to-Verification Design Flow Closure. The nonlinear model support provides convenient and reliable design flow closure between wireless circuit designers, RF system architects, and non-analog colleagues.
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