Latest Test & Measurement Product News

USB scopes work with BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi

Pico Technology has released beta drivers for its oscilloscope and data logging devices to run on the ARM-based BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi development boards. The USB oscilloscopes and data loggers include high-speed oscilloscopes with bandwidths up to 500MHz, high-resolution 12-bit and 16-bit oscilloscopes, and…

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Tabor intros a 1GHz generator on PXIe

Tabor Electronics has introduced a 1GHz IQ arbitary waveform generator (AWG) in a dual slot PXI Express (PXIe) module. Jonathan Netzer, Tabor Electronics product marketing manager claims it is “the fastest PXIe based IQ AWG”. Equipped with 2.3GS/s, 14 bit clock (typically 2.5GS/s) and 1GHz output…

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Power rail probe has big bandwidth

Keysight Technologies has introduced its highest bandwidth and lowest noise oscilloscope probe for making power integrity measurements to characterize DC power rails…

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Modular electronic load reaches 1.8kW

Aimed at automatic test equipment (ATE), Intepro’s ML1800 is an electronic load with a six-slot chassis that can be specified with up to six 300W or three 600W modules – 1,800W in total. Four modules are available: 0-60A (1-80V) 0-10A (4.5-500V) 0-120A…

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Rohde & Schwarz scope gets signal triggering

Rohde & Schwarz has introduced a serial triggering and decoding option for its RTO oscilloscope, enabling it to trigger on MIPI RF front-end (RFFE) specific protocol data. The decoded protocol content is displayed in a colour-coded format (pictured). Designated the RTO-K40 option, it allows users to directly…

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NI uses power of Atom processor for vision system

Gigabit Ethernet or USB 3.0 camerasNI has designed a quad-core Intel Atom processor into a vision system. The module has reconfigurable I/O supporting Gigabit Ethernet or USB 3.0 interfaces for connecting high speed cameras Designated the CVS-1459RT, it is based on the LabVIEW reconfigurable I…

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Low cost fanless scope from Rohde & Schwarz

A fanless 1Gsample/s mixed-signal oscilloscope has been introduced by Rohde & Schwarz with a price tag under €1,000. The HMO1002 series of mixed-signal oscilloscopes can be expanded at any time from 50MHz to 70MHz or even 100MHz bandwidth by means of an upgrade option. Other features…

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Anritsu signal analyser for 1Tbit/s comms

Anritsu has introduced a 32-channel synchronisation function for 32Gbit/s data signals for its MP1800A signal quality analyser. According to the supplier, this function can be used for the making measurements of the next generation communications technologies operating at speeds of 400Gbit/s and 1Tbit/s. When equipped with…

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