The International Microwave Symposium is underway this week in Seattle, providing an opportunity for companies to highlight new RF/microwave test instruments and software. Agilent and Anritsu have already weighed in with new offerings. (Check back throughout the week for updates.)
Agilent's EEsof Division is presenting the latest release of its Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro), its 3-D electromagnetic simulation software, and new reference libraries for SystemVue, its platform for communications and aerospace/defense systems design. The company also announced the latest addition to its repeater model library. Click here for more.
Anritsu is displaying test solutions to meet the high-frequency testing requirements of engineers in the aerospace and defense, communications, and semiconductor industries. The company is featuring its VectorStar Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) platform, which is suitable for device characterization, as well as for measuring components and subsystems used in radar, high-speed serial, microwave backhaul, wireless network, and other applications. The company is also highlighting signal generators and analyzers. Click here for more.
Agilent also announced significant enhancements to its midrange N9020A MXA X-Series signal analyzer. The company also introduced two software releases that support the design and verification of envelope tracking. Click here for more.
My colleague Tom Lecklider is reporting from Seattle. Check back for updates.
Update, June 5: Crystek Microwave announced the release of a 2-GHz RF source, the CRFS75-2000. Click here for more.
Update, June 5: See Tom Lecklider's full report here.