The MSO/DPO2000B Series of oscilloscopes from Tektronix have made it easier for engineers and educators to gain all the debug advantages of full serial bus decoding and triggering. The 12-model series features bandwidths from 70 MHz to 200 MHz and 1 M point record lengths. It is well suited for education environments where instructors need to keep the classroom and lab experience consistent with real-world industry trends, as well as for systems designers with the need to validate, characterize and debug complex component and system level issues in embedded designs. The oscilloscopes offer decode, trigger and search support for common serial buses including I2C, SPI, RS-232, CAN and LIN, and also provide advanced triggers to capture anomalies in digital systems. Built into a portable 7 lb., 14 oz. package with a 5.3 in. deep footprint, the MSO/DPO2000B series oscilloscopes are available now with prices ranging from $1,290 for a two-channel 70 MHz (DPO2002B) oscilloscope to $3,570 for a 200 MHz (MSO2024) with four analog channels and sixteen digital timing channels.