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LeCroy on the rise?

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WaveMan0
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WaveMan0   6/7/2012 11:13:36 PM
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Looking at the top scope players in the market, one would have thought it natural for Rohde & Schwarz to acquire LeCroy. R&S has the deep pockets flush with cash. They entered the high-end scope market two years back, but have had a tough time competing in this space with the likes of the "big three." LeCroy would have given them a rich portfolio of scopes to complement their RTO and RTM series, plus the scope sales channels. One reason they didn't buy LeCroy might be that LeCroy is not a German company, and R&S seems to only have acquired German companies, i.e. Hameg.

Frank Wiedmann
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Frank Wiedmann   6/1/2012 7:36:46 AM
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It's actually Rohde & Schwarz. Their scopes are presented at http://www.scope-of-the-art.com/ .

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_hm   6/1/2012 1:08:36 AM
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For scopes, it is not three players - fourth player is R&S (Rhodes and Schwartz)with there wonderful new scope series.

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