Oscilloscope News

TLC 8Zi B10 April 2015 – Teledyne LeCroy enhanced its two highest performance oscilloscope product lines. The new LabMaster 10 Zi-A delivers improved performance in effective number of bits and baseline noise along with the industry leading jitter measurement floor. The new WaveMaster 8 Zi-B features increased sample rate, lower noise, enhanced processing capabilities and the latest version of Teledyne LeCroy's advanced oscilloscope user interface, MAUI.

Keysight N8834A MultiScope09 April 2015 - Keysight introduced the N8834A MultiScope software to connect up to 10 of Infiniium Series oscilloscopes to achieve 40-channel acquisition. The software provides a tight time correlation between the multiple scopes and is able to achieve inter-scope intrinsic jitter of 150 fs with precision calibration (90000 Q- and Z-Series only). The software allows users to perform multi-lane oscilloscope analysis for applications such as optical networking, MIMO, DDR memory and high-speed serial standards.

TLC USB3p130 March 2015 – Teledyne LeCroy introduces the QPHY-USB3.1-Tx-Rx package for automated USB 3.1 transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) ing, characterization, and debug, creating a unique and comprehensive USB 3.1 test suite. With the new test package, USB 3.1 testing can be performed on both Gen1 (5 Gb/s) and Gen2 (10 Gb/s) devices under test according to the latest USB 3.1 specifications.

Keysight PAM426 March 2015 – Keysight Technologies launched a new measurement software for characterization of PAM-4 (pulse amplitude modulation with four amplitude levels) signals using the Keysight V-Series, Z-Series, and S-Series real-time oscilloscope platforms. The Keysight N8827A PAM-4 analysis software (for V- and Z-Series oscilloscopes) and N8827B PAM-4 analysis software (for S-Series oscilloscopes) provides comprehensive analysis of electrical PAM-4 signals.

Tektronix DPO77002SX Screen24 March 2015 – Tektronix announced the DPO70000SX 70 GHz ATI Performance Oscilloscope featuring the lowest-noise and highest effective bits of any ultra-high bandwidth real-time oscilloscope available on the market. The new oscilloscope incorporates a range of innovations that enable it to more effectively meet the current and future needs of engineers and scientists developing high-speed coherent optical systems or performing leading-edge research.

Tektronix DSA830020 March 2015 - Tektronix launched a new high sensitivity Clock Recovery Trigger Pickoff (CRTP) option for its 100G broad wavelength 80C15 Optical Sampling Module for use with DSA8300 Digital Serial Analyzer sampling oscilloscopes. This is the first and only test solution with signal sensitivity sufficient to test optical devices and perform clock recovery required by the recently approved 100GBASE-SR4 (IEEE 802.3bm) specification.

TLC qphy mipi mphy16 March 2015 – Teledyne LeCroy announces an automated physical layer transmitter compliance test capability for the MIPI M-PHY standard. The new compliance test software, QPHY-MIPI-MPHY can measure a large number of cycles in a short period of time. Testing can be done on HS-MODE, PWM-MODE and SYS-MODE signals at all currently specified GEARs. A new active termination adaptor specifically designed for M-PHY testing ensures connection between the device under test and the oscilloscope is made in a simple, cost-effective, high fidelity manner.

Pico Linux12 March 2015 - Pico Technology released OS X and Linux beta versions of PicoScope software containing all the essential features of PicoScope for Windows. Pico is working on adding the more advanced features. PicoScope 6 and device drivers for Linux are now distributed via online repositories.

RS RTM20005 March 2015 -- Rohde & Schwarz has added the R&S RTM-K18 spectrum analysis and spectrogram option to its R&S RTM oscilloscope family, making the R&S RTM the only oscilloscope in its class that can analyze the time domain while simultaneously analyzing the spectrum, logic and serial protocol. Interactions such as those that occur in electronic devices with RF components are quickly analyzed in a single measurement. Time and spectrum analyses can be configured completely independently of one another due to separate implementation of the signal paths.

Keysight N7003A03 March 2015 – Keysight Technologies introduced the bandwidth enhanced N7000A InfiniiMax III+ differential probes for general-purpose, high-speed differential bus probing. The company also introduced an active termination adapter that provides ultra-low noise voltage termination to a non-ground signal, and QuickTip accessories for InfiniiMax I/II probes. These probing solutions complement the new Infiniium V-Series oscilloscopes.

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