2/26/2003 - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) announced that Wireless Systems Design is recognizing Agilent's connected solutions with the 2003 Best Wireless Design Tool award at the Wireless Systems Design 2003 Conference and Expo. In addition, Microwaves & RF magazine and EDN Magazine have recognized Agilent high-speed oscilloscope measurement system tools and EDA software as top products in 2002.
"Agilent's Advanced Design System, coupled with the company's Connected Solutions concept, ensures that today's wireless systems engineers are able to verify design performance earlier in the development cycle than previously possible," said Cheryl Ajluni, editor in chief of Wireless Systems Design. "This is possible thanks to the wide breadth of expertise that Agilent consistently demonstrates -- an expertise not easily captured by competing companies."
Agilent's new real-time Infiniium oscilloscopes and InfiniiMax active probe measurement system were chosen by Microwaves & RF for their "Top Products of 2002" list. EDN Magazine's "Top 100 Products" of 2002 list included Agilent's Integrated Circuit Characterization and Analysis Program (IC-CAP) 2002, as well as Agilent's new high-speed InfiniiMax probes.
"Agilent's new 4 and 6 GHz Infiniium oscilloscopes and InfiniiMax probes provide design engineers with previously unavailable measurement bandwidth and accuracy for both single-ended and differential measurements," said Jack Browne, publisher and editor-in-chief of Microwaves & RF magazine. "Together, the scopes and probes offer engineers a practical test solution that surpasses the capabilities of currently available active probe systems."
"EDN's Top 100 Products represent products that our editors have seen and discussed during the past year, and which we feel are especially significant and noteworthy to the electronic design engineering audience we serve," said Bill Schweber, executive editor of EDN Magazine.
Agilent connected solutions combine Agilent Advanced Design System software with Agilent test instrumentation to verify designs earlier in the design process. Integration of Agilent ADS software and Agilent test instrumentation provides new measurement-based modeling, verification and debugging capabilities that help electronic and wireless communication companies increase productivity, lower development costs and get products to market faster. More information on Agilent's connected solutions applications is available at http://eesof.tm.agilent.com/products/prod701.html. Information about the Wireless Systems Design Conference and Expo is available at www.wsdexpo.com.
The Agilent Infiniium series of 4 to 6 GHz real-time oscilloscopes offer R&D engineers in the computer, communications and semiconductor industries four full-bandwidth, 20 GSa/s channels. When these scopes are paired with the industry's fastest Agilent InfiniiMax active probes at 3.5 to 7 GHz, the new measurement system delivers industry-leading performance, accuracy and probing connectivity for validating and verifying the performance of new high-speed digital product designs. Additional information on Agilent's new high-speed measurement system is available at www.agilent.com/find/infiniimax.
Agilent's IC-CAP 2002, which supports both Microsoft Windows(r) and UNIX(r), enables engineers to develop highly accurate DC-to-RF models with its turnkey parameter extraction modules for industry standard models. IC-CAP also provides a highly flexible software platform for instrument control, data management, graphical user interface, data display and custom model development with IC-CAP parameter extraction language. More information about IC-CAP 2002 is available at www.agilent.com/eesof-eda.
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