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Keysight Technologies Introduces Advanced Power Electronics Modeling Solution

What:
The Keysight PD1000A Power Device Measurement System for Advanced Modeling and the W8598BP/BT Power Electronics Model Generator Software are new state-of-the-art tools for modeling and simulation of power electronics devices.  These solutions address the growing requirements of electronics designers in the hybrid-electric and electric vehicle (HEV/EV) industry, as well as the solar industries, to make their modules smaller, cooler and more efficient by using new wide-bandgap semiconductors in their designs.
When:
Mar. 5, 2018
Where:
Advanced Power Electronics Modeling Solution editorial backgrounder

Keysight PD1000A Power Device Measurement System for Advanced Modeling www.keysight.com/find/PD1000A .

Keysight W8598BP/BT Power Electronics Model Generator softwarewww.keysight.com/find/pemg.

Keysight’s Electronic Design Automation (EDA) softwarewww.keysight.com/find/EDA.

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