Articles by Keysight Technologies Inc., Santa Rosa, Calif.

Keysight Technologies to demonstrate latest measurement, design innovations at EuMW

Keysight Technologies Inc. announced it will demonstrate a wide range of design, test and characterization solutions at European Microwave Week 2016, ExCel Exhibition Centre, Booth E2, London, Oct. 4-6. For the first time, Keysight will sponsor the Defense and Security Forum. This includes having its technical experts on hand to discuss and demonstrate the latest innovative solutions in hardware and software design and test. This is the 13th year Keysight has been a platinum sponsor of European Microwave Week.


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Keysight Technologies adds new capabilities to its Propsim F32 Channel Emulator

Keysight Technologies Inc. announced that it has added new capabilities to its Propsim F32 channel emulator. These capabilities enable manufacturers and mobile operators to efficiently verify the performance of devices and network equipment with LTE-Hotspots and Indoor (LTE-Hi) small cell and LTE-Licensed Assisted Access (LTE-LAA) dual connectivity technology support.


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Keysight integrates low-frequency noise measurements in wafer level solution platform

Keysight Technologies Inc. announced the newest release of its high-performance, Advanced Low-Frequency Noise Analyzer (A-LFNA), which is designed to make fast, accurate and repeatable low-frequency noise measurements. The release features a new user interface and tight integration with Keysight’s WaferPro Express software—a platform that performs automated wafer-level measurements of semiconductor devices.


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Keysight introduces first all-in-one software for 5G candidate waveforms

Keysight Technologies Inc. introduced its Signal Optimizer software—the industry’s first and only all-in-one software for calibration, signal creation and signal analysis of 5G candidate waveforms. By simplifying calibration and the critical design tasks related to 5G signal creation and analysis, the software enables R&D engineers to focus more time on being first-to-market with their own designs.


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