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This High-Speed Eight-Channel Oscilloscope Claimed as the Fastest

Jan. 2, 2024
Alix talks with Rohde & Schwarz's Dr. Ernst Flemming and CS Wong about the new MXO 5 oscilloscope featuring four-channel bandwidth up to 2 GHz.

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In today’s episode of Inside Electronics, we talk about Rohde & Schwarz’s latest R&S MXO 5 oscilloscope with Dr. Ernst Flemming, the company’s Director of Product Management, and Chun Soong (CS) Wong, Product Manager. A next-generation solution created to address the latest design challenges, the R&S MXO 5 is presented as the fastest oscilloscope available.

Features include a four-channel bandwidth of 350 MHz to 2 GHz, and an eight-channel bandwidth from 100 MHz to 2 GHz, with an 18-bit vertical resolution and 12-bit ADC. Offering the deepest in-class standard memory at 500 Mpoints, according to R&S, it maintains a simultaneous spectrum acquisition rate of 45,000 FFT/s and up to 4 spectra. The oscilloscope’s 15.6-in. HD capacitive touchscreen and very low audible operating noise maximize performance while minimizing power consumption.

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