Agilent technology and Freescale develop ZigBee solutions together Agilent technology and Freescale Semiconductor today announced that their cooperation has made a number of important achievements, which will significantly accelerate the development of ZigBee solutions. Agilent has improved the convenient operation of n4010a wireless connection tester; At the same time, Freescale has also successfully simplified the development and inspection process of its latest ZigBee chipset and enhanced its ability to deal with trade protectionism. ZigBee is a global technical specification designed to develop reliable, low-cost and low-power wireless applications based on IEEE 802.15.4 standard
Mr. Brett black, manager of Freescale commercial wireless equipment department, said: "with n4010a tester, we can test the chipset platform efficiently according to the standards formulated by ZigBee alliance. It enables us to obtain accurate and repeatable measurement methods, quickly determine the performance of the equipment, and timely finalize the final design scheme of special alloy for high-end equipment of the chipset to meet the market demand."
agilent n4010a, combined with 89601A vector signal analyzer software, provides comprehensive modulation test results for all virtual wind test simulation of ialair company, which shows that EEE 802.15.4 test provides comprehensive modulation test results. These tools also provide powerful analytical capabilities for evaluating other major R & D technologies (such as Bluetooth, Bluetooth EDR and WLAN standards) that have been set up by the Ministry of science and technology of 2.4 GHz wireless connection. In addition, the Agilent 93000 RF test system ensures the continuity of test results. Freescale plans to use this high-performance device when ZigBee equipment is put into production