Oscilloscope News

Keysight UXR02 April 2020 - Keysight Technologies announced a new cost effective and flexible single channel instrument specifically designed to accelerate development of next generation mmWave communications, satellite communications, and radar applications. It enables a flexible wideband analysis up to 110 GHz.

TiePie 4Channel Automotive30 March 2020 - TiePie engineering introduced three new powerful high resolution Automotive Test Scopes with WiFi and LAN connection, the Automotive Test Scope ATS610004DW-XMSG (1GSa/s), Automotive Test Scope ATS605004DW-XMS (500 MSa/s) and Automotive Test Scope ATS5004DW (50 MSa/s). These new WiFiScopes are the first and industry’s only WiFi connected Automotive Test Scopes with differential inputs.

Micsig STO1000E19 March 2020 - The Micsig STO1000E PLUS series includes two- and four-channel battery-powered portable oscilloscopes with bandwidths of up to 150MHz. The three models in the series are: STO1102E PLUS 2-channel 100MHz, STO1152E PLUS 150MHz 2-channel, and STO1104E PLUS 4-channel 100MHz. Each oscilloscope includes 70Mpts memory, 1GSa/s sampling (single channel), 130,000wfm/s refresh rate, and a 7.5Ah Li battery for extended field use.

Keysight IV1000X18 March 2020 - Keysight Technologies announced four new 2-channel models of the InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series oscilloscopes with 50 MHz to 200 MHz bandwidth, providing professional-level measurements and capabilities at an affordable price, including a standard decode function for five serial data protocols and remote connection via local area networks (LANs) and USB.

18 March 2020 - Tektronix and Coherent Solutions announced an exclusive partnership agreement to provide fully-integrated optical communications platforms in support of the growing global demand for communications across the telecom, datacom, defense/aerospace, and semiconductor markets.

TiePie WiFiScopeWS6DIFF16 March 2020 - TiePie engineering introduced two new members of the high resolution WiFiScope series oscilloscopes. The new WiFiScopes mark a new, innovative development of TiePie engineering: the first and industry’s only WiFi connected oscilloscopes with differential inputs. Available are two models with 4 channels: WiFiScope WS4 DIFF (50 MHz bandwidth) and WiFiScope WS6 DIFF (250 MHz bandwidth).

Picotech 6000E24 February 2020 – Pico Technology announced the PicoScope 6000E Series FlexRes oscilloscopes, featuring 8 channels with 500 MHz bandwidth, 16 digital channels, and resolution of 8, 10 or 12 bits. The products work with PicoScope 6 application software, which takes full advantage of the latest PC performance and display capabilities, showing clean, crisp waveforms on screens of any size and resolution.

Keysight SiliconLabs10 February 2020 - Keysight Technologies and Silicon Labs announced a collaboration that streamlines the validation of timing solutions critical in the development of system-level designs for wireless communications, high-speed digital, medical imaging and automotive applications. The new solutions allows a quickly and cost-effectively characterization of the performance of clocks and oscillators.

RS FSWP03 February 2020 – Epson and Rohde & Schwarz developed a test procedure for measuring power supply noise rejection to bring clarity and precision to real-world signal integrity design challenges. The companies demonstrated the procedure and summarized data from Epson’s SG3225EEN low noise differential crystal oscillator measured by the R&S FSWP phase noise analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz at DesignCon 2020 in January.

TLC QPHY30 January 2020 – Teledyne LeCroy announceed the QualiPHY USB4 Electrical Transmitter (Tx) and Receiver (Rx) Compliance Test Software (QPHY-USB4-TX-RX) for its LabMaster 10 Zi-A and WaveMaster/SDA 8 Zi-B oscilloscopes used in conjunction with Anritsu’s Signal Quality Analyzer-R (SQA-R) MP1900A BERT. This announcement follows Teledyne LeCroy’s shipment of the first (and only) USB4 Protocol Analyzer in September of 2019.

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