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GSA savings on Keysight Technologies


GSA savings up to $35,000 on Keysight Infiniium oscilloscopes through September 30, 2015.

Discover the Best Value: New 3000T Oscilloscopes


Introducing the new 3000T X-Series Oscilloscope from Keysight Technologies.

Signal Hunting Made Easy


Troubleshooting interference? Looking for clandestine transmitters? The signal hunt is on.

The oscilloscope experience redefined: Keysight 4000 X-Series

The oscilloscope experience is redefined with Keysight Technologies InfiniiVision 4000 X-Series DSO and MSO Oscilloscopes!

The only instrument you need for maintaining communications systems


RF engineers and field technicians responsible for installing and maintaining communications systems rely on portable and rugged cable and antenna analyzers from Anritsu.

Keysight combination handheld analyzer with free option


Keysight Technologies promotion: Purchase a Keysight FieldFox before December 31st, 2014 and select one eligible option at no cost!

40 GHz handheld cable & antenna analyzer – Government only field trial


Do not miss out on our no-obligation 7-day field trial on the new Anritsu S820E – The world’s first 40 GHz handheld cable & Antenna analyzer.

Keysight oscilloscope promo extended!


With this promotion customers receive all scope apps for the cost of just one!

New Product: 6-in-1 Oscilloscope up to 6 GHz


The 6000 X-Series oscilloscope from Keysight Technologies (formerly Agilent Technologies’ Electronic Measurement Business) has 6-in1 integration, combining digital channels, serial protocol analysis, a built-in dual-channel waveform generator, built-in digital multimeter, and built-in 10-digit counter with totalizer.

Agilent T&M becomes Keysight; the Old HP Labs Keep the Agilent Name


Last Friday, August 1, the part of Agilent Technologies that makes test and measurement gear changed its name to Keysight (one-word, no intercap) Technologies, and separated itself financially from the part that was HP Labs. That part will continue to be called Agilent Labs, and will continue to do research in life sciences, microelectromechanical machines, and nanotechnology, and will get to keep the “Agilent” Moniker.