New millimeter wave lab opens in Ireland
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Technology company Keysight is opening a new millimeter-wave research lab in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast.

According to the company, the lab is located at the university’s Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology, and has the capacity to accommodate over 200 researchers, students and engineers. Keysight is providing equipment worth around £1.2 million, including its N5247A PNA-X non-linear vector network analyzer, and E8361C PNA microwave network analyzer.

Speaking of the project, Mark Pierpoint, president of Keysight Technologies, said: “We have always been committed to working with and supporting academic institutions, not only to help develop the next generation of engineers, but to accelerate research, innovation and technological breakthroughs.

“We do this by helping to equip teaching and research laboratories with leading-edge instrumentation. Queen’s University Belfast has a world-class reputation for its global research institutes and it is a privilege to support this."


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