Santa Clara, Calif. -- Agilent Technologies, the Santa Clara-based measurement technology company, said on Friday it will acquire the test and measurement business of Santa Rosa-based Centellax,a supplier of test products for high-speed communications. Financial terms of the deal, expected to close in about two weeks, were not disclosed. Centellax's test portfolio includes bit-error ratio testers, pattern generators, clock synthesizers, signal-integrity studio software and test accessories. The company's component business is not part of the deal. Juergen Beck, the general manager of Agilent's Digital and Photonic Test Division, said the acquisition will allow his company to "address the complete life cycle needs of our customers."