Agilent Technologies Inc.
) recently introduced Infiniium Z-Series oscilloscopes.
These new and enhanced Z-Series oscilloscopes come with a
maximum of 63 GHz real-time oscilloscope bandwidth and can be
synchronized to measure up to 40 channels simultaneously. These
oscilloscopes will come in 10 models ranging from 20 to 63 GHz,
all of which can be upgraded to a bandwidth of 63 GHz.
Oscilloscopes play an important role in the analysis of video
quality in televisions, monitoring vital functions in
electrocardiogram and electroencephalogram instruments. These are
also used extensively for control and sensor monitoring in
automotive and aerospace applications, as well as in a broad
range of industrial and medical equipment applications.
These oscilloscopes also process significantly faster and
feature a next-generation user interface. The increased bandwidth
along with low noise will offer more flexibility to engineers and
enhance product performance at a lower cost.
The increase in connected mobile devices has led to an
unprecedented demand for wireless connectivity, data bandwidth
and energy-related products. Agilent is tapping on this enormous
opportunity with regular product launches.
Agilent Technologies is a broad-based original equipment
manufacturer of test and measurement equipment. The company's
revenues in the first quarter were down 2.3% sequentially and
0.06% year over year to $1.68 billion. However, earnings per
share of 67 cents exceeded the Zacks Consensus Estimate by a
penny due to solid expense control.
Currently, Agilent has a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold). Other stocks
that have been performing well and are worth considering include
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