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Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced the
M9099 Waveform Creator, a modular software application that supports analog and digital modulation formats, for the Agilent
M9381A PXIe Vector Signal Generator.
The new software provides a simple, open and expandable environment that increases productivity and speeds time to deployment through superior connectivity with design and modelling software.
The trend in electronics toward higher data rates and wider bandwidths means designers must create complex signals to verify their design and measure how the device performs in real-world situations. The difficulty of creating testing environments for thorough evaluation is becoming exponentially more challenging for everything from proprietary radar systems to complex commercial multi-channel, multi-emitter communication systems.
Typically the assembly of such waveforms requires designers to aggregate multiple tools and waveform formats, leaving the user with the task of waveform timing alignment, resampling to different carrier frequencies and sample rates, and waveform validation.
M9099 Waveform Creator is the latest addition to Agilent’s growing lineup of modular
PXI and AXIe products. It was specifically designed to support customers who need to create and manage the assembly of custom waveforms for developing and testing defense electronics, military radios, and next-generation wireless communication devices.
SystemVue software (a focused design automation environment for electronic system-level design) and its
89600 VSA software(a comprehensive set of tools for signal demodulation and vector signal analysis) work together in the
M9099 Waveform Creator environment.
“Agilent Waveform Creator provides a superior framework for creating custom baseband and modulated RF waveforms while allowing our customers to preserve their investment through a simple drag-and-drop interface that supports importing waveforms from other tools, such as Agilent’s SystemVue,” said Mario Narduzzi, modular solutions marketing manager for Agilent. “It pays for itself by saving time and effort to create and manage complex waveform stimulus used in R&D, design validation, and manufacturing test.”