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x4   2/12/2014 10:24:29 AM
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The model is MDO3000 and the extra instrument is a Protocol analyzer.

http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/new-6-in-1-scope-from-tektronix/

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Well, you did ask for comments (guessing is messy, all ends in tears etc).
dgreigml1   2/10/2014 7:36:44 PM
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SNR > 72dB across full BW, channel isolation the same.

Battery power facility, runtime > 60min.

Isolation > 4kV and < 1pF across full BW.

Full set of Diff FET probes and 50ohm probes included in the price.

Linux OS, Open source drivers chucked in.

No problem with "pop up ads", but been 'nixing' for a couple of decades, such is life.

 

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Re: Seems to be everywhere
zeeglen   2/10/2014 4:49:22 PM
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Since it could be a spectum analyzer it might include an RF sweep generator, and an arbitrary function generator instead of a plain old function generator.

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Seems to be everywhere
MeasurementBlues   2/10/2014 9:59:21 AM
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I clicked on "Post a comment" and an ad appeared for this scope. Looks like there is no escape.

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