EMI Test with Oscilloscopes

An oscilloscope is an ideal tool for EMI/EMC and precompliance testing. Below a list of all news related to EMI test:



Rohde & Schwarz launches new Oscilloscope with up to 4 GHz Bandwidth

RS RTO200024 February 2016 - Rohde & Schwarz presents the R&S RTO2000, a compact lab oscilloscope for multi-domain applications. The R&S RTO2000 displays the correlations between time, frequency, protocol and logic analysis measurement results. Via the analog input channels, the user simultaneously sees the signal in the time and frequency domain, and if desired, the spectrogram. Newly added functions such as peak list, max. hold detectors and the logarithmic display make frequency analysis even more efficient.

Fast and efficient EMI Debugging with Oscilloscopes

Rohde & Schwarz oscilloscope used for EMI debuggingOscilloscopes featuring high sensitivity and dynamic range combined with powerful FFT capabilities are ideal tools for EMI debugging. Electromagnetic interference from electronic circuits and boards can be detected and analyzed with high speed and accuracy.

Rigol releases Software for Testing Switching Power Supplies

Rigol-MSO-DS2000A28 November 2014 – Rigol Technologies EU has released a new PC Software, which enables users to perform standard measurements on switching power supplies. This software, in combination with Rigol oscilloscopes (series DS/MSO2000A, DS4000 or DS6000) allows customers to set up small test systems, which represent a reasonably priced alternative for measuring switching power supply parameters during the development phase.

Rohde & Schwarz introduces new Oscilloscope Family

RS-RTE27 February 2014 - Rohde & Schwarz presented on the Embedded World trade fair in Germany the new R&S RTE oscilloscope family. The instruments are available with bandwidths from 200 MHz to 1 GHz, with an acquisition rate of more than one million waveforms per second and a highly accurate digital trigger system with virtually no trigger jitter. With a sampling rate of 5 Gsample per second and a maximum memory depth of 50 Msample per channel, the R&S RTE can accurately record the long signal sequences required when analyzing the data content of serial protocols such as I2C and CAN.