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Looking to enhance your higher education curriculum and research capabilities? Agilent offers a complete curriculum-based solution that addresses the educator’s requirements. Whether you need materials for RF communication classes or basic electronics classes, we have teaching solutions to meet your needs. You can choose between basic instruments or high performance instruments, wide range of software such as Design & Simulation, Automation, Signal Generation or Analysis software.

Also on this site, you can access a full range of integrated teaching tools and resources such as pre-written lab experiments, java animations, technical posters and application notes to help you get the best out of your equipment and plan your curriculum efficiently.

For your research work, check on Researchers' Corner to gain insights into various applications, grant resources & guidelines, University Relations program.

Tutorials and career tips are also available for engineering students on Students Resource Center, helping students to be successful in school and beyond.

Agilent’s "Faculty Spotlight" highlights university customers who are using Agilent test equipment to do unique and exciting things at universities. Over the course of the year, the faculty spotlight will include a limited number of education customers and recognize their work on Agilent Educator's Corner web page. Learn how Students use interactive flash for remote instrument access at Harbin Institute of Technology.

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Amplifier Design Flow– From Component to Circuit to System Measurement & Modeling Seminar 
July 16, 2014 - Richardson, TX and July 23, 2014 - Santa Clara, CA

Seminar

 
Discrete Oscillator Design Tools and Techniques Webcast 
Original broadcast Sept. 16, 2010

Webcast - recorded

 
Millimeter Signal Measurements: Best Practices, Solutions, and Accuracy Webcast 
Original broadcast Jan 26, 2012

Webcast - recorded

 
Techniques for Analyzing Millimeter Wave Signals Using Harmonic Mixing Webcast 
Live broadcast July 17, 2014; 10am PT/1pm ET/19:00 CET

Webcast