Tektronix Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of oscilloscopes, introduced the new MSO/DPO70000DX Series of performance oscilloscopes that feature models with 23 GHz, 25 GHz, and 33 GHz bandwidth and enhanced tools for debugging digital and analog circuits.
With the introduction of the new R&S RTM series, Rohde & Schwarz has expanded the functional range of its bench oscilloscopes. The key upgrades are a 20 Msample deep memory and a logic analysis option with 16 digital channels. The smart operating concept of the new R&S RTM models ensures extreme ease of use.
Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced the industry’s first software solution for decoding the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) protocol on oscilloscopes. The new protocol decoder provides design and validation engineers with a fast, easy way to validate and debug their UFS interfaces.
Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced the groundbreaking InfiniiVision 4000 X-Series digital-storage and mixed-signal oscilloscopes. This new series establishes unprecedented levels of flexibility and ease of use among units that use an embedded operating system.
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced it will display its newest test innovations ranging from handheld analyzers to high-end X-Series instruments, including new 90000X and Q oscilloscopes, PXA spectrum analyzers and PNA-X network analyzers at electronica 2012 (Hall A1, Booth 506), in Munich, Nov. 13-16.
Agilent Technologies Inc. will feature the PXI-based TS-8900 Automotive Functional Test System at the Automotive Testing Expo (Booth 12024), Oct. 23-25, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Mich.
Tektronix Inc. announced that it has expanded its revolutionary MDO4000 series of mixed domain oscilloscopes to include two new entry level models. The new models provide breakthrough time and frequency domain analysis at a more affordable price level.
Pico Technology has expanded the PicoScope 3000 Series of high-performance oscilloscopes to include six new 4-channel models that offer a maximum sampling rate of 1 GS/s, a range of input bandwidths from 60 to 200 MHz, and buffer memory depths from 4 to 128 M samples.