Tektronix, Inc., announced the expansion of its scalable DPO70000SX Series Performance Oscilloscope to include new 13 GHz and 16 GHz models. The new offerings allow engineers to take advantage of the high sample rate and low noise floor of Tektronix’ highest performance family of oscilloscopes at lower bandwidth levels and more affordable price points.
The DPO70000SX Series oscilloscopes were initially developed to test the highest performance, highest speed serial and optical interface standards. With this platform extension, Tektronix is bringing these high-end capabilities to lower speed interfaces such as USB, Display Port, HDMI, LPDDR, MIPI C-PHY and D-PHY plus legacy server storage applications such as PCI Express Gen 3 and SATA that are widely used in consumer, automotive and military/aerospace applications.
The new 13 GHz and 16 GHz models offer four 50 GS/s sample rate input channels with the unique ability to synchronize up to four scopes for a total of 16 input channels. The UltraSync architecture provides precise data synchronization and convenient operation across multi-unit systems to support applications that require more than four channels. The low profile size fits in a single 3U rackmount space or two oscilloscopes can be stacked in the same space as a single standard bench oscilloscope.
“We are expanding the DPO70000SX family in response to changing market and customer needs,” said Jon Baldwin, general manager, Wideband Solutions Business Unit, Tektronix. “With this introduction, the hardware performance and software analysis tools that were developed for the most challenging high speed applications are now available at more bandwidth levels to address a wider array of interface technologies and customer use cases.”
The DPO70000SX Series is supported by an extensive range of compliance applications packages that offer the industry’s fastest throughput for standards such as USB, Display Port, HDMI, DDR, LPDDR, MIPI, SATA, PCI Express and other evolving standards allowing engineers to save time, improve productivity and uncover failures quickly. This is augmented by the ability for engineers to seamlessly transition from compliance failures to debugging, using Tektronix’ signal integrity analysis tools.