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Oscilloscopes Enhance Mixed Signal Performance

July 25, 2013
Performance oscilloscopes feature 23 GHz, 25 GHz and 33 GHz bandwidth models, plus enhanced tools for debugging digital and analog circuits.

The MSO/DPO70000DX series of performance oscilloscopes from Tektronix feature models with 23 GHz, 25 GHz and 33 GHz bandwidth, plus enhanced tools for debugging digital and analog circuits. The MSOs expand from 70 MHz up to 33 GHz in analog bandwidth, and with 16 digital channels, engineers connect and observe a greater amount of their design’s electrical behavior at one time. The instruments boast 80 picosecond timing resolution, enabling accurate feedback on logic or protocol performance for serial buses like USB, I2C, and SPI in real-time while performing analog validation of high speed DDR memory on the 4 high-bandwidth channels. Both the MSO and DPO models feature dynamic range of 600 mV/div (6 V full scale) at maximum voltage setting, record length is 1 Gsamples/channel on two channels, and acquisition rate is more than 300,000 wfms/s. Complementing the MSO/DPO70000DX oscilloscopes are a variety of upgrade options, and the new P7600 series of performance probes, featuring 33 GHz available bandwidth coupled with increased sensitivity to 3.48 mV/div. MSO/DPO70000DX series oscilloscopes are available for order now with shipments beginning in September 2013. Pricing starts at $178,000. P7600 33 GHz probes are available now.


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