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Keysight and Poul Due Jensen Foundation Open New Wireless Transceiver Research Laboratory at Aarhus University

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Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company
that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate
innovation to connect and secure the world, together with the Poul Due
Jensen Foundation and Aarhus University (AU) announced the official
opening, on March 12, 2019, of a new laboratory for research and
innovation in wireless transceivers for next-generation communications.

This state-of-the-art laboratory at Aarhus University will enable
advanced education, research and innovation in wireless transceivers for
future emerging data communications, sensing and imaging applications.

Keysight equipment deployed in the new laboratory includes a N5247A
PNA-X Non-Linear Vector Network Analyzer
with ultra-low-noise
receiver and several extension modules; a signal source analyzer with
microwave down-converter and extension modules; and a large dedicated
set of performance cabling, devices and units supporting frequencies of
up to 110 GHz. The equipment was supplied to the university through
Keysight’s Technology Partner Altoo Measurement Science.

“We welcome the 6 million Danish Kroner investment from Keysight and the
Poul Due Jensen Foundation (PDJF) in the Wireless Transceivers Research
Laboratory at Aarhus University,” said Prof. Thomas Skjødeberg
Toftegaard, Head of the Department of Engineering. “This research
laboratory will ensure that the research group and students led by Prof.
Domenico Zito continue the excellent world-class research and education
in designing next-generation wireless transceivers for future emerging
communication and sensing technologies.”

“The Poul Due Jensen Foundation is on the frontline for designing the
future of engineering, science and technology,” said Kim Nøhr Skibsted,
Executive Director of the Poul Due Jensen Foundation. “The Department of
Engineering at AU is a key institution for us and we are committed to
supporting its mission to build an elite engineering department in
Denmark with world-class leaders in education and research, such as
Prof. Zito.”

“Keysight has always been committed to working with and supporting
leading researchers and academic institutions, to help educate the next
generation of engineers,” said Giovanni D’Amore, Keysight RF& Microwave
Market Initiative Manager – EMEAI. “Our participation with this research
lab will help students and researchers to accelerate research and
innovation through the use of Keysight’s leading-edge solutions. Aarhus
University has a world-class reputation and it is a privilege to be
involved in supporting this new facility.”

“Our research laboratory, equipped with a unique set of Keysight
instruments for high-frequency low-noise measurements up to 110 GHz, is
of key importance for our researchers and students,” said Prof. Domenico
Zito. “We are extremely grateful to Keysight for their donation in CAD
tools and instruments, and to the PDJF for their donation to support the
establishment of the Wireless Transceivers Research Laboratory, as a
world-wide centre of excellence in low-noise high-frequency measurements
dedicated to research and development of next-generation wireless

About Aarhus University

Aarhus University is a modern research-intensive university. Since its
establishment in 1928 the university has rapidly developed into a
leading public research university with nationwide and international
clout across the entire research spectrum. Over the last decade, the
university has consolidated its position in the top 100 of the most
influential university rankings. The university places a high priority
on a close connection to business and industry, and it takes pride in
its engagement in the development of science and society.

The Department of Engineering at Aarhus University carries out
internationally competitive research and education in the following
engineering disciplines: Biological and Chemical Engineering, Civil and
Architectural Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Research at the Department of
Engineering focus on inventing and creating innovative and sustainable
solutions to major science and technology problems facing humanity, with
a strong focus on technology’s impact throughout all our engineering
activities – in deep research, applied and strategic research,
partnerships with industry, education, development of BSc, MSc and PhD

About the Poul Due Jensen Foundation

The Poul Due Jensen Foundation (PDJF) is a Danish commercial foundation.
Grundfos’ founder, Poul Due Jensen, created the foundation in 1975. PDJF
is managed by a board of 12 members and deals with philanthropic themes
as well as the active ownership of Grundfos. The PDJF supports projects
bringing safe and affordable drinking water to rural communities in
developing countries and the world’s forgotten refugee camps. PDJF also
support selected Danish research environments within technical research
and natural science, and push for social inclusion in Central Denmark
Region, where Grundfos has its birthplace.

About Keysight Technologies

Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) is a leading technology company
that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate
innovation to connect and secure the world. Keysight’s solutions
optimize networks and bring electronic products to market faster and at
a lower cost with offerings from design simulation, to prototype
validation, to manufacturing test, to optimization in networks and cloud
environments. Customers span the worldwide communications ecosystem,
aerospace and defense, automotive, energy, semiconductor and general
electronics end markets. Keysight generated revenues of $3.9B in fiscal
year 2018. More information is available at

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