Agilent Technologies Introduces Industry’s First LXI-Certified Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced the first LXI-certified 20 MHz function/arbitrary waveform generator with variable-edge pulses and pulse-width modulation. Part of Agilent Open, the updated Agilent 33220A provides engineers in the electronics, automotive, aerospace, government, medical and computer industries with unmatched performance for the design, verification, and test of electronic components, sub-assemblies and end products.

“We are committed to providing the widest selection of products available to substantiate our commitment to the LXI standard,” said Scott Sampl, vice president and general manager of Agilent’s System Products Division. “There are currently more than 40 worldwide test and measurement companies dedicated to delivering on the standard -- and we want to be at the forefront as our customers begin transitioning to the benefits of LXI.”

Agilent has maintained its LXI leadership position with 47 LXI-certified products, including the 34980A switch measurement unit, L4400 LXI switch modules, 34410A/34411A digital multimeters, N8200 synthetic instrument family, N6700B Series low-profile modular power system and N5700 Series system DC power supplies.

Additional information on Agilent’s function generator is available at High-resolution images are available at

About Agilent Open

Agilent Open is a versatile combination of test system hardware, I/O and software tools. It accelerates the creation of streamlined test systems that are easy to enhance and maintain by giving greater choice in measurements, connectivity and programming. Utilizing these advantages, engineering teams have more time to focus on what matters most -- the performance, reliability and delivery of their product. More information is available at

About the LXI Consortium

LXI is the next-generation, LAN-based modular architecture standard for automated test systems managed by the LXI Consortium, a not-for-profit corporation made up of leading test and measurement companies. The group’s goals are to develop, support and promote the LXI standard. LXI’s compact, flexible package, high-speed I/O, and prolific use of LAN meet the needs of aerospace defense engineers developing radar, electronic warfare, satellite and military communications systems, as well as address a broad range of industrial and commercial applications.
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