Agilent in pact with PSG College to set up wireless communications lab

Telecom
Lead India:
Agilent Technologies has tied up with PSG College of
Technology, Coimbatore, to set up an advanced wireless communications lab at
their campus.

PSG
has started a new postgraduate course in communications, focusing on wireless
technologies.  Agilent made recommendations on the syllabus and lab
infrastructure requirements of this new course to the ECE Department.

The
lab is called as PSG-Agilent Advanced Communications Lab.

As
part of its university relations program, Agilent also financially supported
PSG by picking up approx. 50 percent of the cost of the setup.

Once
operational, Agilent will also help the ECE Department connect with the Indian
wireless ecosystem for research projects, as well as job placements for its
students.

This
is the second time Agilent has been associated with PSG; previously Agilent
helped establish complete Multipurpose Lab in 2008.

Our
technical experts who provide domain expertise on cutting edge technologies
provide value to leading OEM companies involved in product development. PSG can
definitely leverage this knowledge coupled with our high technology products in
not only enhancing the faculty, but also offer unique value in PG/PhD programs
which will differentiate them from other institutes,” said Sudhir Tangri, vice
president and country manager for Agilent EMG operation, India.

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