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embedded world: Tektronix showcases new test solutions

Oscilloscope manufacturer, Tektronix, is showcasing a range of its test and measurement products in Hall 10, Stand 411. According to the company, products on display will address applications from high speed serial data and embedded systems to signal integrity and rf test. Visitors to the stand will also be able to get hands on demonstrations and technical advice.

Highlights include a range of Tektronix' oscilloscopes, including the TDS2000C bench oscilloscope as well as the new midrange MSO/DPO5000 and MSO/DPO4000B series mixed signal oscilloscopes. According to the firm, these offer embedded systems design engineers 'unmatched' performance and analysis tools for component and system level debug and validation tasks. Also on display will be the MSO70000C series mixed signal oscilloscope which has been designed to combine signal visibility and timing features of a high performance logic analyser with analogue precision, probing and usability of a high performance real time oscilloscope.

The new RSA5000 series real time signal analyser, which is the latest in Tektronix' portfolio of rf test solutions, is aimed at engineers dealing with numerous design and operations applications such as spectrum management, radar, electronic warfare, radio communications and EMI/EMC. It features advanced time, amplitude, and DPX trigger functions combined with swept DPX. The H600 handheld spectrum analyser series will also be on display which helps users quickly scan, classify and locate signals of interest in the field.

"Over the last few months Tektronix has launched a number of exciting new products which have been designed to provide advanced functionality at an affordable price point, helping our customers deal with today's increasingly complex design and debug challenges," said Dave Ireland, technical marketing manager at Tektronix. "We are looking forward to showing off these new products at the show, with the help of our distribution partners – Elektronik-Kontor and Calplus – who will be on hand to answer questions and give product demonstrations."

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Chris Shaw

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