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R&S MXO 4 series takes us one step closer to the future of T&M instruments with its bigger memory, faster sampling and lower measurement noise than any other oscilloscope in its class. Rohde & Schwarz has launched a new series...
Tektronix Inc. launched the 2 Series Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (MSO), reanalyzing the possibilities in test and measurement. The company claims it to be the first portable oscilloscope that provides benchtop performance and the award-winning Tektronix user interface. It weighs...
Includes 2.5G, 5G and 10G speeds, uses PAM4 (4 levels) modulation and comes in a modern user interface for ease of use Enabling compliance testing on the next-level automotive Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3ch is the new K88 option for R&S...
Can you imagine carrying a complete set of instruments in your back pack? Being able to do your entire lab work--from where-ever you are? Liquid Instruments recently introduced a cute looking device with a cuter name: Moku:Go. It's touted to...
As bandwidth plays an important aspect in an oscilloscope, it is therefore essential to support design engineers for current and future design challenges With this in mind, Rohde & Schwarz has introduced an offer through which selected oscilloscopes...
Oscilloscopes are an essential tool for electronics hobbyists and professionals to verify that their designs would work as expected. PC based Oscilloscope score over standalone oscilloscopes due to their compact size, low cost and ability to do offline analysis. Here...
Learning to use a new oscilloscope can be daunting. In this video, the presenter will show 5 measurements you can make using just an Arduino as your DUT. Learn how to offset voltage, setup measurements, enable infinite persistence, save reference...
A simple homemade oscilloscope that you can use when designing any DIY project. This unit is fairly easy to make just follow the diagram present in the video. Caution: The max voltage your phone could handle is 3.7 volts and...
An oscilloscope is a device that displays an electrical signal in the form of a graph. The graph in most cases shows how the signal changes over time. Y-axis represents voltage and X-axis represents time. These simple graphs can...
Confused with all the feature updates and new specifications you see on oscilloscopes? This interview takes a look at the broad trends affecting oscilloscopes and how these help engineers. Trevor J. Smith, manager - test and measurement, Pico Technology,...
 
 

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