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Oscilloscopes come with MATLAB software

Posted: 25 May 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:oscilloscopes  MATLAB  data analysis  signal analysis 

Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced the availability of MATLAB data analysis software with the purchase of Agilent 86100C DCA-J oscilloscopes.

Combining Agilent oscilloscopes and MATLAB data analysis software enables engineers to confidently analyse, visualise and filter signals, says the company. Users are able to obtain high-quality instrumentation and data-analysis software from a single source, simplifying work processes and saving engineers' time.

"Using MATLAB for signal analysis, visualisation and filtering expands the power of Agilent oscilloscopes," said Roy Lurie, vice president of engineering for MATLAB products at The MathWorks. "Agilent customers now have the convenience of including their MATLAB data analysis software on the same purchase order as their instrument and the confidence of having a MATLAB installation that is qualified and supported by Agilent."

The Agilent 86100C DCA-J oscilloscope now has purchase options that allow customers to include task-optimised configurations of MathWorks products:
•  The Agilent Option 061 MATLAB—basic oscilloscope package provides an introductory software package for configuring and controlling Agilent instruments and performing basic signal and visualisation tasks from the MATLAB environment.
•  The Agilent Option 062 MATLAB—standard oscilloscope package adds functionality for filtering oscilloscope signals and analysing signal processing schemes.

The Agilent Option 061 MATLAB basic package and Option 062 MATLAB standard packages are available now worldwide. The U.S. list price for 86100C-061 starts at Rs.1.49 lakh ($2,950). The price for 86100C-062 starts at Rs.2.40 lakh ($4,750).

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