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University of Sydney’s School of Physics was looking to upgrade its current fleet of oscilloscopes when Agilent had just launched its new family of high-value instruments. The university chose Agilent’s high-value DSO1002A oscilloscope because of its suitability as a teaching scope. The economical pricing, together with the 20 kpts memory per channel and wide QVGA LCD screen, made it an ideal purchase for use in a lab environment. More information on the Agilent DSO1002A oscilloscope is available at www.agilent.com/find/dso1000a.
“Scopes are an essential piece of equipment for physics students and experimental physicists,” said Dr. Richard Tarrant, director of first-year laboratories.
“Agilent recognizes the talent of the University of Sydney’s physics researchers and teachers as well as the outstanding caliber of students who have worked hard to achieve a place at the school,” said Alan Brown, general manager of Agilent Australia. “It is a great feeling to be able to provide Australia’s oldest physics department with the latest equipment.”
Agilent economy 1000 Series product images are available at: www.agilent.com/find/1000_images.