Bench oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz now with logic analysis

Bench oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz now with logic analysis

Published: 3rd May 2013

With its recent introduction of the new R&S RTM series, Rohde & Schwarz has expanded the functional range of its bench oscilloscopes. The key upgrades are a 20 Msample deep memory and a logic analysis option with 16 digital channels.

The R&S RTM provides time domain, logic, protocol and frequency analysis functions in a single box, making it the ideal instrument for the testing and development of electronic circuits.

Jörg Fries, Head of the Oscilloscopes Subdivision at Rohde & Schwarz, commented: "Users want reliable results quickly and without getting lost in complicated menu structures or having to wait for long boot times. This is exactly what our new R&S RTM delivers: Turn on, measure."

The R&S RTM-B1 logic analysis option adds 16 logic channels to the R&S RTM. With a sampling rate of 5 Gsample/s and memory depth of 20 Msample, the bench oscilloscope is the best in its class for digital and analog channel performance, allowing users to make precise measurements of long signal sequences.

Thanks to the high input sensitivity, the entire measurement bandwidth and the full resolution of the A/D converter can be used even at 1 mV/div. High trigger sensitivity makes it possible to measure signals that would be lost in the noise by other instruments.

For further information please call +44 (0)8453 62 63 65.

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