To extend high-performance capabilities to more users, Rohde & Schwarz has added a 600 MHz model to its high-performance oscilloscope family. Like its predecessors, the latest model uses an ASIC with real-time processing of the digitized measurement results. Due to the all-digital trigger architecture, the trigger and the captured data share a common signal path and a common time base. The result is low trigger jitter and exact assignment of the trigger to the signal. The RTO in two- and four-channel models with 600-MHz bandwidth plus a matching range of active and passive probes are now available. ROHDE & SCHWARZ INC., Columbia, MD. (888) 837-8772.