Collaborators Provide High-Volume Testing Of 5G Power Amplifiers

Keysight Technologies extends its collaboration with Cohu to deliver enhanced high volume manufacturing (HVM) solutions for the 5G semiconductor manufacturing test market. The integration of Keysight's 5G NR Signal Studio and PXI modular instruments with Cohu's HVM radio frequency (RF) test tools enables 5G semiconductor manufacturers to streamline the transition from device validation testing (DVT) to HVM. Tightly integrated tools in both DVT and HVM allow users to easily correlate measurement test results, leading to faster time-to-volume (TTV) of 5G power amplifiers (PAs) and RF front-end modules (FEMs).

 

Keysight's 5G solutions enable semiconductor providers and other wireless equipment manufacturers to address a diverse set of workflow test requirements, from design and simulation, to prototype test and manufacturing. Leveraging the company's PathWave design and test software platform enables these solutions to offer a common environment across PA/FEM workflow solutions, while improving efficiency with common measurement IP and leverageable automation code. For greater insights, visit Cohu and Keysight in 5G.

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