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Receive FREE OPTIONS when you purchase a Tektronix NEW 3 Series oscilloscope!

Published: 1st January 2021

3 Series MDO Offer

The 3 Series MDO features a 11.6-inch HD (1920x1080) capacitive touch display. Up to 4 inputs with optional 16 digital channels and built-in spectrum analyser available in 1 GHz or 3 GHz versions.

Purchase a qualifying 3 Series MDO and receive the following:

  • FREE bandwidth upgrade to next level higher bandwidth

PLUS;

THREE FREE Options:

  • 3-BND - Application bundle with serial decode buses such as I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN & USB plus automated power analysis
  • 3-MSO - 16 digital channels; free up your analogue channels and see more signals by upgrading to mixed signal capability
  • 3-AFG - Arbitrary function generator with 13 predefined waveforms and arbitrary waveform generation

If you are within the education sector, you could also qualify for a 15% discount!

The Tektronix new 3 Series MDO oscilloscopes offer the largest, highest-resolution touch displays in their class. So, you can see even more of your signal. Plus, much more.

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Tektronix MDO32 100 MHz - 1 GHz Mixed Domain Oscilloscope

Frequency Range: 100 MHz - 1 GHz
2 Analog Channels, 16 Digital (OPT)

Purchase this 3 Series MDO and receive:

FREE bandwidth upgrade to next level higher bandwidth
THREE FREE Options allowing you to decode and debug popular serial buses, free up your analogue channels, and more!

Offer ends 24th December 2021.

Find out more about Tektronix MDO32 100 MHz - 1 GHz Mixed Domain Oscilloscope
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Tektronix MDO34 100 MHz - 1 GHz Mixed Domain Oscilloscope

Frequency Range: 100 MHz - 1 GHz
4 Analog Channels, 16 Digital Channels (OPT)

Purchase this 3 Series MDO and receive:

FREE bandwidth upgrade to next level higher bandwidth
THREE FREE Options allowing you to decode and debug popular serial buses, free up your analogue channels, and more!

Offer ends 24th December 2021.

Find out more about Tektronix MDO34 100 MHz - 1 GHz Mixed Domain Oscilloscope

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