Oscilloscope News

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.

RS Jitter Decomp27 January 2020 - A new approach helps development engineers gain more insight into the individual jitter components of their transmission interface. Now they can separate jitter into its random and deterministic components and view results flexibly for effective debugging. The Rohde & Schwarz decomposition algorithm uses a parametric signal model for accurate measurements and additional result representations.

Siglent SDS2000xPlus16 January 2020 - Siglent introduced the new SDS2000X Plus Digital Oscilloscope Series consisting of four models: one 2-channel 100MHz bandwidth (software upgradeable to 350MHz) and three 4-channel models (100/200/350MHz.) The 350MHz models can be upgraded to 500MHz on two independent channels. A large 10.1" capacitive touch-screen supports multi-touch gestures.

Keysight MX0106A20 December 2019 - Keysight Technologies announced the MX0023A InfiniiMax RC, a new high speed differential probing solution for Double Data Rate 5 (DDR5) and Low Power Double Data Rate 5 (LPDDR5). The MX0023A InfiniiMax RC probe features a bandwidth of up to 25 GHz and an RC input impedance profile for extremely low mid-band loading.

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