World-leading manufacturer of oscilloscopes, Tektronix has won the EE Times and EDN 2012 UBM Electronics ACE Awards in the Test and Measurement Systems and Boards category for its MDO4000 Mixed Domain Oscilloscope Series.
The prestigious ACE awards program honours the people and companies behind the technologies and products that are changing the world of electronics.
The winners were announced at an awards ceremony at The Fairmont San Jose, during DESIGN West, a new UBM Electronics conference and expo building on ESC West.
According to Roy Siegel, general manager, Oscilloscopes at Tektronix, the EE Times and EDN ACE Awards are among the most highly valued and sought after recognitions in the electronics industry.
He added that the MDO4000 oscilloscopes were designed in response to the need by engineers for a better tool to solve complicated design issues quickly and efficiently in an increasingly wireless world. The MDO4000 has the unique ability to span time and frequency domains simultaneously.
The MDO4000 Series is tailored to meet the needs of more than 60% of oscilloscope users who also use spectrum analysers to troubleshoot embedded designs with wireless functionality. The MDO4000 replaces a scope and spectrum analyser with a single instrument enabling engineers to continue using the oscilloscope to look at the frequency domain rather than having to relearn a spectrum analyser.
Key advantages of MDO4000 Series oscilloscopes:
- Integrates the functionality of a spectrum analyser to save days or even weeks of debug time
- Captures time-correlated analogue, digital and RF signals across 4 analogue, 16 digital and 1 RF channel for debugging
- Allows users to accurately correlate signals across domains
- Simplifies common debug tasks for today’s integrated wireless-enabled designs