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Agilent to supply test equipment to Singapore university

Posted: 17 Jan 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:RF test equipment? Virtus IC design center of excellence? terahertz-range research projects?

Agilent Technologies Inc. has been chosen to supply RF test equipment for the Virtus IC design center of excellence of Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The partnership will support efforts to establish a long-term relationship focusing on the growing education market in Asia.

Virtus aims to be a world-class design house, developing key technologies required to design ICs and systems for use in consumer electronics, medical equipment and clean energy generation.

The equipment, including signal generators, a network analyzer, and IC characterization and analysis software, will be used for research projects approaching the terahertz range, starting with WiGig applications and higher-frequency 325GHz projects.

Nanyang Technological University is a research-intensive university with roots that go back to 1955 when Nanyang University was set up. It has four colleges with 12 schools, and three autonomous entities�the National Institute of Education, the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies and the Earth Observatory of Singapore.

NTU has a strong and broad international reach covering academic and research partnerships with institutions in the U.S., Europe and Asia, such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, Cornell University, Caltech, University of Washington, Georgia Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, Cambridge University, Imperial College, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Peking University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Waseda University and the Indian Institute of Technology.

Collin Holland
EE Times

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