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Agilent takes best in scope

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t.alex
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t.alex   5/14/2012 1:42:44 PM
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We also need automated testing API.

SuV
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SuV   5/11/2012 4:29:59 PM
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please have a look at the rohde & schwarz RTO scopes. Best GUI so far, Unmatched FFT,and not to mention that the Other important Specs are also good!!. All The Best!! SuV India

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daleste   5/11/2012 4:42:48 AM
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Some people do need the high band width available only in the high end scopes, but most only need a basic scope. I would be happy with an inexpensive probe that I can plug into my laptop USB. Put the GUI on the computer. 500 MHz is good enough. I don't see these companies working on that market.

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_hm   5/10/2012 12:40:04 AM
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Yes, Agilent scope are cool. But we need to see mixed domain scope aka scope/spectrum analyser combo with 90dB dynamic range.

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