Microwave Journal

Agilent to launch seminar tour focused on principles of system design for automated testing

September 17, 2012

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced it will launch a seminar tour on system design principles, including on-site demonstrations, case studies and expert insight into how to develop high-capacity and high-performance electronic test systems. At these complimentary full-day technical seminars, Agilent experts and leading system integrators will cover the latest technologies for automated instrumentation in a broad set of industries.

Topics will include switching, power and load management, software architecture and hardware subsystems. System performance and economic factors such as TPS transportability, system repeatability, obsolescence and calibration will be discussed.

“Agilent is uniquely positioned to provide hybrid system solutions, bringing together best- in-class modular and rack-and-stack instrumentation,” said Carla Feldman, Agilent’s marketing manager for modular solutions. “We are pleased to be able to share our expertise and help customers architect their next-generation automated test equipment systems.”

Attendees will learn how to enhance flexibility, measurement performance and system throughput while optimizing the cost of testing. Using a leading test platform as an example, experts at the seminar will walk attendees through the challenges of architecting next-generation automated test systems and provide guidance on how to overcome them.

This seminar is ideal for test engineers, system engineers and system architects designing, specifying or developing automated test systems in the wireless, automotive, aerospace and defense industries.

Dates and Locations

The seminar tour includes the following dates and locations:

  • Sept. 26 in Los Angeles
  • Oct. 2 and 3 in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • Oct. 10 in Chelmsford, Mass.

Enrollment is limited. Click here to register. For additional information, visit www.agilent.com/find/teardown.

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