US Army Selects Agilent Signal Generators

24 October 2010 (Last Updated October 24th, 2010 18:30)

The US Army has contracted Agilent Technologies to supply MXG microwave analogue signal generators to the army as part of its test equipment modernisation (TEMOD) programme. Under the $35m contract, Agilent will provide 1,600 N5183M MXG microwave analogue signal generators over a period

The US Army has contracted Agilent Technologies to supply MXG microwave analogue signal generators to the army as part of its test equipment modernisation (TEMOD) programme.

Under the $35m contract, Agilent will provide 1,600 N5183M MXG microwave analogue signal generators over a period of seven years.

The N5183M MXG microwave analogue signal generator offers improved measurement accuracy and test times with maximised uptimes.

Created to replace outdated general-purpose test equipment with modern alternatives, the TEMOD programme aims to improve the readiness of present and future army systems, while cutting operating and support costs.