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New R&S RTO6 oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz deliver instant insights thanks to enhanced usability and performance
Rohde & Schwarz introduced the next generation of its R&S RTO 6 GHz class oscilloscope. The new R&S RTO6 digital oscilloscope offers six different bandwidth models from 600 MHz to 6 GHz and a sample rate of up to 20 Gsample/s. The fully integrated test solution for the time and frequency domain, as well as protocol and logic analysis, supports design engineers from all industries. The instrument features a high waveform update rate, excellent signal fidelity, a uniquely powerful digital trigger and responsive deep memory.
Improved usability for instant insights
State-of-the-art specifications for in-depth information
Even more signal details can be revealed using the high definition (HD) mode. This increases the vertical resolution of the R&S RTO6 oscilloscopes up to 16 bit with digital filtering, resulting in sharper waveforms and less noise. This filtered 16-bit signal is also used by the patented digital trigger system from Rohde & Schwarz. This allows the R&S RTO6 to achieve unprecedented trigger sensitivity and the capability to isolate even the smallest signal details.
In addition, the R&S RTO6 has several features that provide users with quick results. Mask tests, which users can set up with simple touch gestures, allow signal anomalies to be easily identified within defined tolerance limits. Thanks to the unique zone trigger, events can be graphically isolated in both the time and frequency domain.
With a standard acquisition memory of 200 Mpts and an optional 2 Gpts per channel, the R&S RTO6 can analyze long pulse and protocol sequences without difficulties. The constantly enabled history mode also allows previous trigger events to be analyzed, while comprehensive search functions further simplify this task.
Comprehensive tools for fast and accurate results
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