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Agilent Technologies Announces Curriculum Based Engineering Solutions to Assist University Educators

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AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES INC. introduced four curriculum-based university-level teaching solutions developed to save educators time and help get the most out of their equipment. The new solutions cover programming, RF design and telecommunications. Agilent already offers solutions in basic electronics, RF circuit design, digital systems, analog electronics, digital signal processing and digital RF communications. Each teaching solution is comprised of undergraduate engineering courseware combining teaching slide sets, problem-based student labs and industry-standard measurement equipment.

The Agilent Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Teaching Solution covers electronic instrumentation and measurement techniques. The courseware helps students understand an end-to-end measurement system and features various sensors, signal conditioning circuits, op-amp circuits and digital I/Os. Prices start at $5,300.

The Agilent Embedded System Design Teaching Solution covers 32-bit ARM®-based processor system design, programming, and applications. It consists of an embedded ARM9 development board with various on-board I/O interfaces, allowing students to work on typical ARM-based projects and assignments. Prices start at $7,300.

The Agilent Microcontroller System Design Teaching Solution covers microcontroller fundamentals as well as programming language and applications. Topics include basic microprocessor and microcontroller technology, microcontroller hardware architecture, operations and typical applications. The kit, priced from $7,900, contains lab exercises on elevator simulator and temperature control.

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