Oscilloscope News

Tiepie Handyscope HS520 June 2016 - Tiepie's Handyscope HS5-540 has a true form CDS generator capable of generating high fidelity signals up to 40 MHz. The Arbitrary waveform generator sampling frequency is adjustable up to 240 MHz. A 64 MSamples waveform buffer allows for many user applications. The Handyscope HS5-540 Arbitrary waveform generator features a typical spurious distortion below -85 dB at 100 kHz signal frequency. No other Arbitrary waveform generator in its class can match this.

Keysight Infiniium 900015 June 2016 - Keysight Technologies announced that Allion Labs, Inc., an international electronics certification laboratory, has successfully adopted Keysight’s high-speed digital measurement solutions to offer certification testing services for the new Thunderbolt 3 hosts (motherboards, notebooks, add-on cards, all-in-one systems) and devices. As a result, Allion is now an Intel authorized certification lab for Thunderbolt 3 technologies.

Pico ADC 1010 June 2016 - In July 2016 Pico Technology will celebrate 25 years of business. Pico data loggers, oscilloscopes and signal generators are used by engineers, scientists and technicians around the globe to bring their products to market. Pico automotive diagnostics products help keep the wheels turning for vehicle manufacturers and service organizations on every continent.

Siglent SDS1000DL01 June 2016 - Siglent Technologies launched the new SDS1000DL+ and the SDS1000CML+ series of digital oscilloscopes. Both series are available in 50 MHz, 70 MHz, 100 MHz and 150 MHz bandwidth models. Compared to the older SDS1000DL/CML families, the new + models have added several features such as higher screen resolution and a standard LAN interface.

Tektronix Serial DPO70000SX26 May 2016 - Tektronix is enabling serial bus test support for 4th generation standards including USB3.1, Thunderbolt over USB Type-C, PCIe Gen4 and DDR4 on the DPO70000SX Series. This new oscilloscope family offers incredible signal fidelity enabling precise margin analysis on 4th generation serial data rates beyond 10Gb/sec.

Keysight mmWave23 May 2016 - Keysight Technologies, announced an E-band Signal Analysis Reference Solution to provide low-cost millimeter wave analysis capability for applications in the 60-90 GHz range. The reference solution is based around the 10-bit ADC Infiniium S-Series oscilloscope to provide 2.5 GHz of high-fidelity, millimeter wave frequency analysis bandwidth.

Keysight U7243B12 May 2016 - Keysight Technologies introduced the U7243B USB 3.1 transmitter performance validation and compliance test software for the USB 3.1 Type-C specification. The test software allows authorized test centers to test USB 3.1 Gen2 SuperSpeed Plus 10 Gbps devices with Type-C implementations and gives in-house test and performance validation engineers the tools to ensure devices comply with the USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C specification.

Keysight N8841A10 May 2016 - Keysight Technologies introduced a comprehensive compliance application software for testing electrical characteristics of 100G four-lane attachment unit interface (CAUI-4) networking applications. The software supports the IEEE 802.3bm standard, which accommodates optical networking advances and enables higher density applications.

Keysight CXPI05 May 2016 - Keysight Technologies announced the clock extension peripheral interface (CXPI) decoding and triggering options for its InfiniiVision 3000T and 4000 X-Series oscilloscopes. These are the only oscilloscopes available today that can decode and trigger on the CXPI bus. These new capabilities improve engineers’ efficiency in debugging the physical layer of CXPI serial buses, which are used primarily in automotive applications.

PEM CMC03 May 2016 - Power Electronic Measurements (PEM) Ltd launched new non-contact current probes for measuring HF common mode currents in Variable Frequency Drives (VSDs) used to control AC motors. The new CMC series of current probes, using Rogowski technology, empower engineers to assess the magnitude of the threat posed by HF common-mode currents, that can damage motor bearings and interfere with nearby electrical equipment.

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