Keysight Opens New Wireless Transceiver Research Laboratory at Aarhus University

Keysight together with the Poul Due Jensen Foundation and Aarhus University (in Denmark) has opened a new laboratory to develop wireless transceivers for next-generation communications. This state-of-the-art laboratory at Aarhus University will enable advanced education, research and innovation in wireless transceivers for future emerging data communications, sensing and imaging applications.

Keysight equipment deployed in the new laboratory includes an N5247A PNA-X Non-Linear Vector Network Analyzer with an ultra-low-noise receiver and several extension modules; a signal source analyzer with microwave down-converter and extension modules; and a large dedicated set of performance cabling, devices, and units supporting frequencies of up to 110 GHz. The equipment was supplied to the university through Keysight’s Technology Partner Altoo Measurement Science.

Aarhus University is a modern research-intensive university based in Denmark. Since its establishment in 1928, the university has rapidly developed into a leading public research university with nationwide and international clout across the entire research spectrum. Over the last decade, the university has consolidated its position in the top 100 of the most influential university rankings. The university places a high priority on a close connection to business and industry, and it takes pride in its engagement in the development of science and society.

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