NI announced the release of its 4 GHz Vehicle Radar Test System (VRTS).
Cadence Design Systems will acquire AWR Corporation from National Instruments, paying $160 million in cash for the electronic design software firm, including 110 AWR employees.
Rohde & Schwarz has developed the leading-edge R&S ATS1500C antenna test system, a test chamber for high performance radar testing, offering an outstanding indirect far-field testing performance.
ThinkRF Corp. announced the release of the PyRF3 Development Framework with support for version 3.0 of the Python Language API.
Wireless Telecom Group (WTG) will acquire Holzworth Instrumentation, a manufacturer of ultra-low phase noise phase noise analyzers and signal generators based in Boulder, Colorado. Holzworth complements WTG’s test and measurement segment.
NI announced the background and benefits of its joint venture with ETAS GmbH, ETAS NI Systems.
Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group company, and RF Connect have partnered to develop a new and innovative in-building GPS signal distribution system.
By Eric Higham, Strategy Analaytics, Boston, Mass.