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Articles by Agilent Technologies

Fast and Accurate Antenna Measurement Receiver

When testing an antenna, the test engineer must typically measure a number of parameters such as the radiation pattern, gain, impedance, or polarization characteristics. One of the techniques used to measure antenna patterns is the far-field range where an antenna under test (AUT) is placed in the far-field of...
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Agilent Simulation Library Verifies Front-end Designs for MIMO

Agilent ’s Advanced Design System (ADS) 2008 Update 2 provides new updated wireless verification models that are compliant with Version 8.3 of the emerging 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard. The new models support creation of Frame structure 1 – FS1 (FDD) multiple input-multiple output (MIMO) signals in 2x2...
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Agilent Introduces Technology to Analyze Nonlinear Behaviors of Active Components

Agilent Technologies Inc. announces nonlinear vector network analyzer (NVNA) capability for its PNA-X microwave network analyzer, establishing a new industry standard in RF nonlinear network analysis from 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz. Requiring minimal external hardware, the Agilent NVNA software effectively converts a four-port PNA-X into a high-performance nonlinear...
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Agilent's PXB MIMO Receiver Tester Transforms MIMO Test

Agilent Technologies Inc. announces the new PXB MIMO Receiver Tester for quicker, more accurate test of Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) receivers earlier in the design cycle. Providing the best simulation of real-world conditions available on the market today, the PXB significantly reduces development cycle time. The new instrument transforms MIMO test...
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Agilent's System-level EDA Platform Reduces Design Time

Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced SystemVue 2008, a new electronic design automation (EDA) platform for electronic system-level (ESL) design. The new platform cuts physical layer (PHY) design time in half for high-performance communications algorithms and system architectures, for both wireless and aerospace/defense applications. The new SystemVue 2008 platform goes beyond...
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Agilent, Aeroflex Microelectronic Solutions Partner

Agilent Technologies Inc. and Aeroflex Microelectronic Solutions announced a strategic alliance to deliver industry-leading RF and microwave components and Multi-Chip Module solutions for aerospace, satellite and military applications using Agilent’s monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMIC). “Agilent is fully committed to helping today’s engineers create the best products for the...
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Agilent Announces HiSIM_HV Model Extraction Package

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the release of the HiSIM_HV Model Extraction Package for advanced high voltage metal oxide semiconductor (HVMOS) device models. The package, for use with Agilent’s Integrated Circuit Characterization and Analysis Program (IC-CAP) software platform, provides an easy-to-use, efficient and customizable method for measuring and extracting accurate...
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What You Should Know About MIMO Operation and Measurement

A selection from Agilent’s “Ten Things You Should Know About MIMO” are presented in this paper, with the intention of giving the user an overview of the operation of MIMO technology and test methodology. Each item uses an example to highlight the impact on the radio system or associated test. A poster that summarizes all ten points is available from Agilent on request (order information can be found at the end of this paper).
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De-mystifying SC-FDMA, The New LTE Uplink

While third-generation wireless communication systems based on W-CDMA are being deployed all over the world, the 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) has initiated a project for the long-term evolution (LTE) of this cellular technology to ensure its competitiveness well into the future. This white paper describes the physical layer...
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Advanced Design System Connected Solutions for Radar and EW Systems

The process for developing advanced Radar and EW systems often begins with component design and system simulation using software tools, which is followed by prototyping the design and evaluation using test instrumentation. In the past, there has been minimal connection between the software simulations and hardware prototype evaluation because...
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