04 Dec 2017

Keysight extends availability of RF test & measurement equipment

Keysight Technologies has announced that it has expanded the RF test and measurement offerings available from its selected premium distribution partners in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India (EMEAI).

With more customer products needing comprehensive multi-domain signal generation and analysis in RF and microwave frequency ranges, Keysight partners can now offer solutions from DC to RF creating a one-stop-shop of experience and expertise.

Applications in communications, automotive, energy, aerospace, medical, consumer and education markets require higher frequency coverage for evolving technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee and other communication protocols for IoT and smart home devices with special capability for the various EMC pre-compliance testing standards.

Keysight has been specialising in electronic test and measurement for over 75 years. In the past several years, the most common bench and handheld portfolio of instruments have been sold through a network of distributors providing inventory and additional support to a growing customer base. During all this time, Keysight has added hardware and software products, along with services, to the distribution partner portfolio to address the customer’s evolving demands.

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