Among the many software products on display at their IMS 2013 booth, Agilent Technologies showed the workings of their EMPro three-dimensional (3D) electromagnetic (EM) simulation software.
Personnel at the Agilent Technologies’ booth at the 2013 IMS stepped visitors through the operation of their EMPro 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation software.
This screen shows the optimization setup for Agilent’s Advanced Design System (ADS) simulation software, for designing a coaxial-to-waveguide transmission-line transition.
Agilent’s EMPro EM simulation software helps analyze a coaxial-to-waveguide transmission-line transition.
The EMPro 3D EM simulation software can be optimized for analysis of a coaxial-to-waveguide transmission-line transition.
Visitors to Agilent Technologies’ IMS booth were able to see how the firm’s EMPro EM simulation software could provide stunning 3D displays of microwave components, such as this edge-mount coaxial connector.
Agilent Technologies’ EMPro software enables engineers to study the EM behavior of RF/microwave components, such as this coaxial-to-waveguide transition.
Agilent Technologies’ EMPro software provides a simple operating screen that allows users to quickly and easily save new projects.
Agilent Technologies’ simulation software features an intuitive Windows-based operating system that allows projects to be moved to different simulation programs for analysis.
At their IMS 2013 booth, Agilent Technologies offered a number of different signal generators and analyzers focused on testing LTE-Advanced cellular communications systems and components.
In addition to their test hardware for LTE Advanced systems and components, Agilent Technologies’ IMS 2013 booth provided demonstrations of their Signal Studio software for creating complex test signals.
This control screen shows the simple setup for configuring Agilent Technologies’ test equipment for an envelope-tracking application.
At the 2013 IMS, Agilent Technologies demonstrated the signal-generation capabilities of their model 33522A Arbitrary Waveform Generator, with two channels, sampling rates to 250 MSamples/s, and 30-MHz bandwidth. The compact source sits atop the company’s MXA vector signal analyzer (VSA).
Agilent Technologies demonstrated a sampling of their wide array of test instruments at the 2013 IMS, including their model N5182B MXG vector signal generator (VSG) with frequency range of 9 kHz to 6 GHz.
On the signal analysis side at the 2013 IMS, Agilent Technologies showed their model N9030A PXA signal analyzer for dissecting signals from 3 Hz to 50 GHz.
Agilent Technologies’ RF/microwave signal sources can produce a variety of complex, high-frequency signals, available for display on external monitors or computers.
At the 2013 IMS, Agilent Technologies’ combination of RF/microwave signal sources and analyzers, enabled the firm to create and show many advanced waveforms, including this 30-MHz-wide signal centered at 1 GHz.
The sensitivity and versatility of Agilent Technologies’ signal analyzers on display at the 2013 IMS made it possible to show even agile signals such as this, with modulation and noise.
A member of the company’s Infinium line of mixed-signal oscilloscopes (MSOs), the model MSO9254A with 2.5-GHz bandwidth from Agilent Technologies was on display at the 2013 IMS in Seattle, WA.
At the 2013 IMS, Agilent Tecnologies offered an impressive sampling of their high-speed mixed-signal oscilloscopes (MSOs), with models capable of testing to 63 GHz.
Agilent Technologies’ product demonstrations at the 2013 IMS included realistic examples of measurement applications, including computer control of signal analyzer/generator combinations.
At the 2013 IMS, Agilent Technologies offered guidance on creating wideband, multiple-emitter signals for radar and commercial communications testing, using their advanced SystemVue test software and programmable signal sources such as the model M8190A arbitrary waveform generator (AWG).
Agilent Technologies showcased and demonstrated their latest products at the International Microwave Symposium 2013 in Seattle, WA.
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