The 5 Series MSO mixed signal oscilloscope features a host of innovations, including FlexChannel technology that allows four, six or eight analog channels and up to 64 digital channels, integrated protocol analysis and signal generator, a 12-bit signal acquisition system, a high-definition capacitive touch display and an intuitive Direct Access user interface, delivering flexibility and visibility into complex embedded systems.
Tektronix's AWG5200 Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) offers high signal fidelity and scalability to meet demanding signal generation needs in advanced research, electronic test, and radar and electronic warfare (EW) system design and test.
Tektronix's TTR500 Series vector network analyser (VNA) features a 122 dB dynamic range and 6 GHz frequency range. It also includes VectorVu-PC analysis software and what is claimed to be the only built-in bias tee for testing active devices in this category.
The Teledyne Lecroy WaveSurfer 510 digital oscilloscope offers 1 GHz bandwidth, a 10 GS/s sampling rate on all four channels and acquisition memory of 16 Mpt/channel.
Rohde & Schwarz's R&S RTB2000 entry-level oscilloscope is suitable for education, R&D and manufacturing. The oscilloscope offers touchscreen operation as well as 10-bit vertical resolution.
The R&S SMA100B high-end analog RF and microwave signal generator has a frequency range of up to 20 GHz.
The Hioki IR405X series insulation tester is suitable for solar panel voltage measurement and electric vehicles.
The Spectran V5 X is a portable USB real-time spectrum analyser and recorder that operates from 1 Hz to 20 GHz. It is now available in 6, 12, 16 and 20 GHz options.
Keysight Technologies has announced a 5G protocol test solution designed to support chipset and device manufacturers developing the next generation of cellular devices. The 5G Protocol R&D Toolset covers the diverse global spectrum requirements specified in the pre-5G and 3GPP 5G NR standards.
The Hioki FT6380 and Hioki FT6381 are precision earth resistance measurement clamp-on testers.
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