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How to design a high-performance scope: One teamís approach

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_hm
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_hm   6/9/2012 1:51:14 AM
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Agilent do design wonderful products for T and M World. This is one more addition to it. Synergy and educate risk are quite inspiring. Also, Agilent scope are real fun to use.

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agk   6/9/2012 10:04:20 AM
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The quick film technology,the anti alias filters for the preamp made using ADS EDA tool are quite interesting to read and note. Agilent's research labs are doing great.

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elektryk   11/28/2012 7:07:21 PM
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Seems to be very briliant project. What was the year they started this project and how much it last for?

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hithesh   11/28/2012 7:22:12 PM
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Nice article. No math, but highly relevant to engineering.

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jdesbonnet   11/29/2012 6:08:47 PM
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Dare I ask how much does it cost?

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