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Test software suite debuts at productronica 2019

29th October 2019
Mick Elliott

Design, test and manufacturing teams under extreme deadline pressures to bring high quality products to market should visit productronica 2019 in Munich where Keysight Technologies’ PathWave Test 2020 software suite will be demonstrated.

It enables 5G, IoT and automotive engineers and managers to streamline test data processing and analysis to speed product introductions and secure a competitive advantage in the market. The software helps improve automated test workflows using PathWave manufacturing analytics, monitors key manufacturing patterns, and offers faster insights into battery power

In-Circuit and Functional Test solutions for printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) manufacturing applications in 5G, IoT, automotive and energy will be on parade.

These enable repeatability with high throughput, full customisation and optimised parallel testing

Keysight Solutions for Digital and Radio Frequency (RF) Test include bench and USB oscilloscopes that share a common user interface and technology, allowing the same test coverage and methodology to be applied, whether manually or automated and signal analysers and signal generators equipped with the latest software help engineers quickly and easily generate standards-based signals and ensure compliance of next-generation devices.

To help customers get more from their test instruments Keysight now offers KeysightCare, a service model that offers design and test engineers dedicated, proactive support for instruments, software and solutions to enhance processes and transform test asset insights into improved return on investment.

EMC Test-as-a-Service Germany is a lab testing service to simulate, debug and comply equipment under test (EUT) for over 50 global standards and regulations leveraging Keysight experts and state-of-the-art equipment.

Also on offer are calibration and trade-in services.

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