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Agilent Integrates The MathWorks' MATLAB Software With Infiniium Oscilloscopes

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies and The MathWorks have integrated certain of their technologies to develop a new function option for Agilent’s oscilloscopes, the company said today.
The enhancement will enable users of its Infiniium oscilloscopes to develop math and analysis and perform those functions live on an oscilloscope screen.
The deal, which integrated The MathWorks’ MATLAB software with the Infiniium platform, creates a custom analysis function that is interoperable with other oscilloscope software and a graphical user interface allowing users to choose measurement parameters.

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