Keysight Technologies has enhanced its M8195A 65 GSa/s arbitrary waveform generator with increased analog bandwidth from 20 to 25 GHz, ensuring improved signal quality with up to four fully synchronised channels.
Keysight Technologies has added the M8196A, a 92 GSa/s, 32 GHz modular instrument, to its portfolio of arbitrary waveform generators.
The Cobham AvComm 8800S radio test set, available from Vicom, now has DMR repeater test capability that enables it to measure the critical transmit parameters of the repeater's physical layer.
The Rohde & Schwarz Spectrum Rider is a low-weight, hand-held spectrum analyser that offers long battery life, solid RF performance and high accuracy for measurements in the field and in the lab.
Keysight Technologies has added six millimetre-wave models to its family of FieldFox handheld analysers, including the N9950A, -51A and -52A; as well as the N9960A, -61A and -62A.
Keysight Technologies has added a high-performance spectrum analyser capability to its PNA and PNA-X Series microwave vector network analysers (VNAs), reducing test times by a factor of 10 to 500.
Keysight Technologies has added real-time spectrum analysis (RTSA) as an option for its standards-compliant MXE EMI receiver, enabling test labs to observe and diagnose transient and wideband emissions.
Keysight Technologies has introduced four performance options for its Advanced Power System (APS) N6900 Series DC power supplies, boosting test-system versatility.
Keysight Technologies has announced the release of 3, 7.5, 13.6 and 26.5 GHz options for the M9290A CXA-m PXIe signal analyser tracking generator.
Keysight Technologies has introduced three low-frequency options for its E4982A LCR meter, making it suitable for RF inductor, coil and EMI filter manufacturers that are required to perform impedance testing at various frequencies.
Keysight Technologies has introduced its 5G Channel Sounding Reference Solution, which is designed for accelerating advanced research of millimetre-wave 5G channel models and includes ultrabroadband and MIMO — key requirements to measure the millimetre-wave channel and validate air interface standards.
The National Instruments Wireless Test System combines advances in PXI hardware to offer a single platform for multi-standard, multi-DUT and multi-port testing, which, when used with flexible test sequencing software, can significantly improve instrument utilisation when testing multiple devices in parallel.