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Agilent Technologies Introduces High-Precision Pulse Function Arbitrary Noise Generator for Testing Higher Speed, Higher Bandwidth Devices
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) expanded its pulse function arbitrary noise generator family to help R&D and test engineers test higher speed, higher bandwidth analog, digital and mixed-signal devices more efficiently and with greater precision.
Design and test engineers are under pressure to get products to market faster, with shorter design schedules and yet higher quality goals. In addition, they must differentiate their products in the marketplace by offering unique capabilities, which necessitates expanded test functionality during development. The Agilent 81160A pulse function arbitrary noise generator provides innovative functionality and streamlined setup to help engineers complete a broader test set more quickly.
The Agilent 81160A pulse function arbitrary noise generator eliminates the need for cumbersome multi-instrument setups for stress testing devices. Like the 81150A, the 81160A provides versatile waveforms along with superior signals with an intrinsic jitter of 7 ps rms. This combination of characteristics helps engineers define better performance specifications for their devices. The 81160A is ideal for general-purpose bench tests and advanced serial data stress tests.
"We are designing test tools that help engineers do their jobs as efficiently and effectively as possible," said Jürgen Beck, general manager of Agilent's Digital and Photonic Test product line. "All of our pulse pattern generators offer innovative features to accelerate test for device design."
Agilent demonstrated the new 81160A pulse function arbitrary noise generator at DesignCon 2011, Feb. 1-2, Santa Clara Convention Center.
The 81160A pulse function arbitrary noise generator will be available in March 2011.
Additional information is available at www.agilent.com/find/81160.
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