Keysight announces Productronica 2015 demonstrations

Nov. 4, 2015

Santa Rosa, CA. Keysight Technologies announced it will show solutions for solving measurement challenges in automotive, energy, semiconductors, materials, and wireless applications at Productronica 2015 in Munich November 10-13.

Keysight will have technical experts on hand to demonstrate and discuss the following products and solutions:

  • The TS-8989 PXI functional test system performs low-cost, in-circuit parallel testing and is part of a Reference Solution for automotive and industrial electronics. With PXI-based measurement, switch and load instrumentation, plus the necessary software, the Reference Solution is designed to ensure fast integration and rapid time to results while saving rack and floor space.
  • The E6640A EXM wireless test set addresses testing needs in the era of the connected car. The E6640A offers broad coverage of cellular and wireless formats, making the test set a suitable choice for testing wireless electronic control units (ECUs) being built into new-generation vehicles.
  • The M9485A PXIe multiport vector network analyzer is the industry’s highest performance PXIe multiport vector network analyzer, designed for high-volume wireless component manufacturing of front-end modules, switches and filters used in mobile phones and base stations.
  • The PA2201A IntegraVision power analyzer provides developers and manufacturers who are focused on energy storage, power conversion and energy storage, the tools they need to see, measure and prove the performance of their devices.

Keysight will also demonstrate the following recently introduced products:

About the Author

Rick Nelson | Contributing Editor

Rick is currently Contributing Technical Editor. He was Executive Editor for EE in 2011-2018. Previously he served on several publications, including EDN and Vision Systems Design, and has received awards for signed editorials from the American Society of Business Publication Editors. He began as a design engineer at General Electric and Litton Industries and earned a BSEE degree from Penn State.

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