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Agilent touts enhancements to X-Series signal analyzers

Posted: 30 Oct 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:signal analyzer? X-Series enhancement? MIMO LTE?

Agilent EXA

Agilent Technologies Inc. offers enhancements to its X-Series signal analyzers, which deliver even faster speed and unmatched scalability. The X-Series carries a wide range of application-specific measurement solutions, now including EDGE Evolution and LTE MIMO.

The signal analyzers now offer an upgradeable dual core processor that makes measurements up to three times faster. Its measurement applications include: Mobile WiMAX; noise figure; HSDPA/HSUPA; cdma2000; W-CDMA; TD-SCDMA; GSM/EDGE; 1xEV-DO; phase noise; WLAN; analog demod; and FDD-LTE. Also recently added are EDGE Evolution, DVB-T/H, DTMB and LTE MIMO. Now with the ability to transport these applications, test equipment managers can reduce investments and increase asset use by moving applications either across the lab or across the globe.

The X-Series includes the Agilent EXA and MXA signal analyzers. The upgraded EXA delivers 25MHz analysis bandwidth, giving even more performance at a reasonable price point. It is the industry's fastest economy-class signal analyzer and provides development and manufacturing engineers with the capabilities to cost-effectively troubleshoot new designs or increase manufacturing throughput, claims Agilent.

According to Agilent, the MXA is the fastest signal analyzer on the market. It has available Dual MIMO, which brings the latest in two-channel LTE FDD analysis technology. With an all-digital IF and pre-amps up to 26GHz, the Agilent MXA provides high accuracy in a midrange analyzer and industry-leading measurement speed, enabling dramatic improvements in throughput and yields in manufacturing test.

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