LHWT picks Agilent 93000
Jul 24, 2003
Agilent Technologies today announced that Beijing-based LHWT Microelectronics (LHWT) has selected the Agilent 93000 SoC (system-on-a-chip) series test system to test LHWTís IEEE 802.11b baseband processor, the first WLAN chip successfully designed and developed in China."We are pleased that our 802.11b wireless LAN baseband chip was seamlessly verified on the Agilent 93000," said Dr. Nan Jian Wu, technical director of LHWT. "This chip required many test patterns, some of which are extraordinarily complex. Agilentís proven capability to complete this arduous testing task in such a short time has demonstrated that the Agilent 93000 test system is the best choice for wireless LAN chip testing.""We are honored to receive recognition from LHWT, and also privileged to participate in the development of their 802.11b WLAN baseband chip," said Paul Yang, general manager of Agilent Chinaís semiconductor test equipment group. "As Chinaís IC design industry flourishes, we aim to provide the best testing solution for our customers, and also help them manage the subcontract manufacturing process. With Agilentís comprehensive service and support, our customers can also gain time-to-market and cost-of-test advantages."