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Tektronix launches oscilloscopes with higher signal acquisition and analysis

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TekMark Australia announces the release of a new range of mixed signal oscilloscopes from Tektronix.

Designing with today’s faster data rates and tighter timing margins requires an oscilloscope with outstanding signal acquisition performance and analysis capabilities. Tektronix MSO/DPO5000B Series oscilloscopes provide exceptional signal fidelity, with 2 GHz bandwidth and 10 GS/s sample rate, along with advanced analysis and math capabilities.

Tektronix MSO/DPO5000B Series oscilloscopes allow Windows-based analysis software to be run right on the oscilloscope, while point and click Visual Triggers simplify the capture of complex signals. MSO models include 16 digital timing channels; all models can be equipped to decode common serial protocols, providing a comprehensive view of the user’s systems.

Key analysis features of Tektronix MSO/DPO5000B Series oscilloscopes include: Wave inspector controls providing easy navigation and automated search of waveform data; suite of advanced triggers, with standard Visual Trigger and Search; 53 automated measurements, selectable filtering, waveform math and FFT analysis; waveform histogram, eye diagram, TIE (jitter/timing) measurement and analysis; user-definable math using MATLAB, Visual Studio and Excel; and optional analysis for memory, advanced jitter, serial data, power and Wideband RF.

Key performance specifications: 

2 GHz, 1 GHz, 500 MHz, and 350 MHz bandwidth models; up to 10 GS/s real-time sample rate on one or two channels and up to 5 GS/s on all four channels; up to 250 megapoint record length with MultiView zoom; >250,000 wfms/s maximum waveform capture rate with FastAcq acquisition; FastFrame segmented memory acquisition mode with up to 290,000 segments and >310,000 waveforms per second capture rate; standard 10 MΩ passive voltage probes with less than 4 pF capacitive loading and 500 MHz or 1 GHz analogue bandwidth; >11 bits vertical resolution using HiRes sampling; user-selectable bandwidth limit and DSP filters for lower noise and better measurement accuracy.

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