Oscilloscope News

BKP 219409 December 2021 - B&K Precision announced the addition of their latest entry-level oscilloscope. The 2194 provides the advantage of a high bandwidth oscilloscope bundled with the latest features at a low price point. This model delivers 100 MHz bandwidth in a four-channel configuration with a maximum sampling rate of 1GSa/s and a maximum memory depth of 14 Mpts.

TLC CrossSync02 December 2021 – Teledyne LeCroy announced the extension of their patented CrossSync PHY technology to support the PCI Express 5.0 Card Electromechanical (CEM) specification. This new CEM interposer (PE230UIA-X) joins the existing CrossSync PHY enabled M.2 form factor interposers (PE210UIA for PCIe 4.0 and the PE222UIA for PCIe 5.0), with more form factors in development to fill out the portfolio of cross-layer probing.

Keysight SerDes Oszi29 November 2021 - Keysight Technologies announced new automotive serializer/deserializer (SerDes) transmit and channel test applications, as well as an automotive adapter portfolio to verify mobile industry processor interface (MIPI) A-PHY and Automotive SerDes Alliance (ASA) standards. These solutions were developed in collaboration with Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation and Rosenberger.

Rigol DS7000026 November 2021 - Rigol launched the dual screen DS70000 Ultra Vision III oscilloscope featuring 20 GSa/s based on a new capture chipset. The DS70000 Series is part of the StationMax program and uses the new Phoenix ASIC platform to achive higher sample rate, increased memory depth, faster waveform capture rate and better vertical resolution. The new Phoenix chipset was developed in-house and forms the analog front-end.

Yokogawa DL950HS19 November 2021 - Yokogawa Test & Measurement added new features to its DL950 ScopeCorder. The latest Yokogawa ScopeCorder now offers flash acquisition as well as new real time computing functions, further improving data acquisition capabilities and adding firmware updatable features. Using the new Flash Acquisition function, data can be captured over a long time with a high-speed sample rate of 20 MS/s (8CH) and 10 MS/s (16CH), which is 100 times faster than the previous model.

Pico I3C18 November 2021 - Pico Technology added another protocol to both PicoScope 6 (Stable) and PicoScope 7 (Early Access) implementations: MIPI I3C Basic specification waveforms can now be decoded, displayed and analyzed on any PicoScope with sufficient bandwidth and memory depth. I3C is a medium-speed control and data bus interface for connecting peripherals to an application processor in embedded systems and a range of mobile, Internet of Things (IoT) and automotive applications.

BKP 256011 November 2021 - B&K Precision announced their latest iteration of performance oscilloscopes with the 2560B Series. This series improves on the previous 2560 series and introduces new features not typically found in other oscilloscopes in this class. Most noticeably, the increased maximum bandwidth to 350 MHz and the large 10.1-inch touchscreen display with intuitive touchscreen gestures.

Pico 4Protocols05 November 2021 - Pico Technology announced the inclusion of four new protocol decoders / analyzers with PicoScope software. MIL-STD-1553, CAN J1939, Quadrature encoded and Parallel bus decoders are included with the latest PicoScope 6 software (6.14.54) for Windows, Linux and macOS operating systems. The same decoders have also been added to PicoScope 7, the next-generation PicoScope user interface. (PicoScope 7 Early Access program gives users access to the software during the ongoing development work.)

TLC T3DSO300003 November 2021 - Teledyne expanded its Teledyne Test Tools with the new T3DSO3000 Oscilloscopes featuring four channel models with analog bandwidth options from 200 MHz to 1 GHz. Each model offers a maximum sample rate of 5 GSa/s, and a maximum memory depth of 250 Mpts in half channel mode. All models incorporate two 5 GSa/s ADCs and two 250 Mpts memory modules.

Pico AutomotiveApp25 October 2021 - Pico Technology launched the new PicoScope Automotive app. This exciting development is not PicoScope software running on a phone or tablet, but instead brings together a powerful and accessible set of information designed to be our most interactive and complete customer engagement tool. The app gives new users everything they need to understand PicoScope no matter the level of their diagnostic experience.

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