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Ensure your 5G NR designs meet target performance and can coexist with 4G, Wi-Fi, and other wireless communications systems with overlapping spectrum or interference when you understand coexistence testing requirements. Learn what you need to know about 5G coexistence...
Highlights: Keysight combines Ixia’s portfolio to enable innovative test solutions providing deeper insights into cellular and WiFi coexistence challenges The new Cellular + WiFi Emulation System provides simultaneous cellular and WiFi cellular signaling tests—including full protocol stack, from layer...
New 50 to 100 MHz oscilloscopes have professional-level functionality, software analysis Highlights: • Ideal for students and new scope users • Includes an educator’s resource kit with built-in training signals and comes standard with a comprehensive oscilloscope lab guide at no additional...
Digital and Wireless Test Technology Event focused on Invigorating India’s ‘Make in India’ Mission NOIDA, September 6, 2016 – Key sight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) today announced that it successfully hosted the third edition of its annual event,Key sight Measurement...
Switching on a television set in the evenings is a habit for most. Surfing through the channels we may find a telecast we like and go on to watch. While there are no issues on most days, you might...
From defence radars, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and mobile communications, to microwave ovens and Wi-Fi, radio frequency (RF) signals are present all around you. While this is a testament to the importance of RF, it also shows why it...
Keysight Technologies today announced the latest release of its popular BenchVue software; an intuitive, easy-to-use platform for the PC. BenchVue provides multiple-instrument measurement applications, data capture and solution applications, without the need for instrument programming. Today’s bench-instrument users continue to...
Keysight Technologies today introduced a M8040A BERT for testing PAM-4 and NRZ devices that operate up to 64 GBaud. Engineers in validation labs and R&D who characterize receivers on the physical layer for the next generation of data center...
Highlights: • Visualizes a maximum of 200 MHz current waveforms by 14- or 16-bit dynamic range • Allows researchers to measure dynamic current from 10 A down to 100 pA level • Enables device engineers to quantitatively evaluate how low-power devices consume...