Advanced Test Equipment Press Release - March 25, 2010
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals Offers the Agilent N5182A
MXG RF Vector Signal Generator for Immediate Rental
SAN DIEGO, Calif. –
March 25, 2010 -
Agilent N5182A is designed for the most demanding manufacturing lines. Featuring fast frequency, amplitude,
and waveform switching, high power with an electronic attenuator and high reliability – all in two rack units
Agilent MXG vector is optimized for manufacturing cellular communications and wireless connectivity
N5182A provides better value for your investment by increasing throughput, improving test yield, maximizing uptime
and saving rack space. With scalable RF and baseband performance, the Agilent MXG vector is easily configured to
meet your specific test needs.
With the industry's best combination of high power and distortion performance MXG vector signal generators ensure
accurate component design verification. When combined with flexible signal creation tools such as Signal Studio
software, the low ACLR (-73 dBc at +5 dBm for 1 carrier W-CDMA) makes the MXG a complete solution for W-CDMA,
WiMAX™ and more.
Simplified self-maintenance decreases time for repair and performance verification,
keeping downtime to less than 2 hours using field-replaceable assemblies.
Test Equipment Rentals
Advanced Test Equipment is a rental solutions provider of test equipment
for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Communications, Aerospace and related industries. Headquartered in San
Diego, California, Advanced Test Equipment has over 28 years of experience and services clients worldwide.
Additional information about Advanced Test Equipment is available at http://www.atecorp.com.
Advanced Test Equipment
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Date posted - 3/29/2010
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