Your R&D and manufacturing are only as good as your test capabilities. No matter what your requirements, the latest crop of oscilloscopes has something for you, whether it’s more channels, more resolution, or more for your money. There's even a unit that allows you to turn your iPhone or tablet into a scope.
Tektronix 70000DX series of MSOs target analog, high-speed serial, and RF
Tektronix recently released its MSO/DPO70000DX Series of performance oscilloscopes that feature models with 23GHz, 25GHz, and 33GHz bandwidth and enhanced tools for debugging digital and analog circuits. The company also boasts the world’s fastest and lowest noise oscilloscope probe with 33GHz bandwidth and industry leading sensitivity for low-voltage, high-speed serial, and RF signals. Click here for more information.
Tektronix MSO/DPO70000DX series of performance oscilloscopes features models with 23GHz, 25GHz, and 33GHz bandwidth and enhanced tools for debugging digital and analog circuits.
Rohde & Schwarz RTM adds logic analysis
If you’re looking for multifunctionality, you’ll be interested in this family of bench oscilloscopes, which delivers time domain, logic, protocol, and frequency analysis functions in a single box. In addition to a 5 GS/s speed and a bandwidth of up to 500 MHz, the RTM2000 offers 20 MS of memory and a logic-analysis option with 16 digital channels. The VirtualScreen frees up more space for the simultaneous display of analog, logic, math, and reference signals, and can be expanded to 20 divisions.
Rohde & Schwarz RT M2000 scope offers 20 MS of memory and a logic-analysis option with 16 digital channels.