Oscilloscope News

Pico 900010 May 2023 - Pico Technology announced major updates and additions to their PicoScope PC-based 9000 Series oscilloscopes. New to the product spectrum are a 30 GHz bandwidth model of the 9300 sampling oscilloscope series and updated 5 GHz, 16 GHz, and 20 GHz models of the 9400 series.

Acute TS300024 March 2023 - Acute launched a new 4-Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO). The new TravelScope 3000 (TS3000) offers a bandwidth of 200 MHz and a sample rate of 1 GS/s. The instrument supports also a DSO stack mode, in which up to 4 devices (16 channels) can be stacked together in the same time. More than 20 types of waveform measurements with customized threshold settings features, provide real-time update for vertical, time and channel to channel timing measurements with statistic features.

RS Oscilloscope Days 202323 March 2023 — Following increasing global interest from electronics engineers, the popular Rohde & Schwarz Oscilloscope Days event will continue in 2023. The two-day event is scheduled for April 18 and 19 and will present a series of webinars from Rohde & Schwarz oscilloscope experts and specialists along with others from event partners Würth Elektronik and PE-Systems. The sessions will address the real-world challenges engineers face in a range of measurement applications.

Yokogawa 720245CAN20. March 2023 - Yokogawa released the 720245 CAN FD/LIN monitor module for development and evaluation of automobiles, trucks, and vessels. The CAN FD/LIN monitor module can be used to decode the CAN FD or LIN-Bus signals and display information on physical data like engine temperature, vehicle speed and brake-pedal position as analog waveforms and compare this with the data coming from real sensors.

28 February 2023 - The oscilloscope probe is an essential part of the measurement chain. Some measurements would not even be possible without probes e.g. current measurements or high voltage measurements. So don’t forget to have a special look on the probes when you setup a measurement. On OScopes.info we published over the years a large variety of information on oscilloscope probes and probing in different forms: news, whitepapers, application notes, videos and webinars. Following we have compiled an overview for you.

TLC USB CrossSync02 February 2023 – Teledyne LeCroy announced the extension of their patented CrossSync PHY technology to USB4 signaling over USB Type-C connectors. CrossSync PHY enables waveforms from Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes to be viewed alongside protocol analyzer traces, with complete time-correlation of electrical and protocol information for easy and powerful validation and root-cause analysis.

TLC Labmaster10Zi A23 January 2023 - Teledyne LeCroy announced new software tools for PCI Express 6.0 electrical test and validation: QPHY-PCIE6-TX-RX fully automated test software, as well as SDAIII-PCIE6 and SDAIII-PAMx characterization and debug software packages. The new software tools support faster 64 GT/s data transfer speeds using PAM4 multi-level signaling. The tools can be used with a Teledyne LeCroy LabMaster 10 Zi-A oscilloscope.

16 January 2023 - The Oscilloscope KnowledeBase of OScopes.info, a whitepaper, application note and webinar library focusing on oscilloscopes, is still growing and includes meanwhile more than 100 whitepapers, application notes, webinars and videos. All with free access.

Siglent SDS6108L 212 January 2023 - SIGLENT Technologies introduced a new series of oscilloscopes, which expands the existing performance series SDS6000A by 8 models. The new oscilloscopes are available as 4 and 8-channel versions without a display. The compact form factor (4-channel device: 1 HU, 8-channel device: 2 HU) saves a lot of rack space when integrated into the measurement system. Another special feature is that several of these devices can be switched together to form a multi-channel system. If you connect an external monitor and a mouse, the oscilloscopes can also be used "stand-alone".

TLC CAN XL07 November 2022 – Teledyne LeCroy announced the addition of a CAN XL Trigger, Decode, Measure/Graph and Eye Diagram (TDME) oscilloscope software option, enabling users to test, validate and debug automotive electronic control units (ECUs) and 10 Mb/s in-vehicle network (IVN) designs. This new CAN-XL oscilloscope option positions Teledyne LeCroy as the only vendor to offer complete capabilities for testing any 10 Mb/s in-vehicle network.

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