The Rohde & Schwarz RTO oscilloscopes are claimed to detect and analyse faster than conventional scopes. The digital trigger system delivers good accuracy and the intelligent operating concept and touch screen make it fun to use.
Tektronix has introduced what it claims is the first oscilloscope with a built-in spectrum analyser.
The LeCroy WaveAce 1000 oscilloscope has a sample rate of up to 1 GS/s with 2 Mpts of memory in 2-channel models from 40 to 100 MHz.
The IFR 2945B communications service monitor, available to rent, is suited to the testing of two-way radios and trunking repeaters, allowing verification of performance and rapid diagnosis of faults.
A 4 GHz model has been added to the Rohde & Schwarz RTO oscilloscope family. Together, the RTO1044 and RT-ZD40 differential probe (4.5 GHz bandwidth) are tools for developing digital, analog and RF designs.
The 1000B series of oscilloscopes consists of four two-channel models, with bandwidths from 50 to 150 MHz.
Two oscilloscopes have been added to Agilent’s range of handheld instruments.
The Rigol DS4000 series digital oscilloscopes feature 4 GS/s sampling, bandwidth from 100 to 500 MHz and 2 or 4 channels and the Rigol DSA-815 1.5 GHz spectrum analyser.
Selecting the right probe (active or passive) for an application is the first step towards making reliable oscilloscope measurements.
The WaveSurfer MXs-B and MSO MXs-B LeCroy oscilloscopes are compact with a large touch screen and intuitive user interface.
Tektronix has introduced what it claims is the first mixed domain oscilloscope that delivers the functionality of a scope and a spectrum analyser in a single instrument.
Four DPO/DSA70000D series oscilloscope models with real-time sampling rates up to 100 GS/s on two channels and 33 GHz analog bandwidth on four channels have been released.
The Lecroy WaveJet family of 100 to 500 MHz oscilloscopes has a big, bright 7.5″ display, long 500 kpts/ch memory and up to 2 GS/s to easily capture and see every detail of a waveform.
The LeCroy WaveMaster 8 Zi-A oscilloscopes combine what is claimed to be the highest bandwidth (45 GHz) and sample rate (120 GS/s) with good signal fidelity performance and 20 GHz on all four input channels.
The LeCroy LabMaster 9 Zi-A modular oscilloscope system is claimed to redefine oscilloscope performance and capabilities.