Digital Storage Oscilloscopes (DSO) - Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (MSO) - Mixed Domain Oscilloscope (MDO)

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TBS1000C Digital Storage Oscilloscope
Starting Price - ₹ 40,200
  • TBS1000C is equipped with special features that make learning easier, so educators can focus on teaching engineering fundamentals, rather than teaching how to use the oscilloscope
  • Available in Bandwidth Models from 50 MHz to 200 MHz
  • Each model features digital real-time sampling up to 1 GS/s
  • Standard 5-year warranty
  • 7-inch WVGA color display with 15 horizontal divisions shows 50% more signal
  • 32 automated measurements enable fast and convenient testing of a wide variety of signal conditions
  • The HelpEverywhere® system provides useful tips and hints for intuitive FFT analysis, waveform math, limit test and datalogging, and more.
  • Integrated courseware system integrates lab exercises with step-by-step instructions for students
TBS2000B Digital Storage Oscilloscope
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  • 5M point record length, 200 MHz bandwidth, and 2GS/s sample rate capture and display significantly more signal to debug and validate designs faster.
  • New lower noise front end design offers lower random noise, better signal integrity and more accurate measurements.
  • TekVPI™ probe interface supports wide range of active, differential, and current probes with automatic scaling and units.
  • On-waveform cursor readouts with search and mark features enable easy identification of events that occur in the acquired waveform.
  • Educators can disable the autoset, cursors, and automated measurements to facilitate teaching basic concepts.
  • Bandwidth is field-upgradeable.
MSO/DPO2000B Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
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Starting Price - ₹ 121,000
  • Available in Bandwidth Models 70 Mhz, 100 Mhz & 200 Mhz in 2 & 4 channels
  • Debug mixed signal designs with up to 4 analog and 16 digital channels, all time-correlated
  • 16 fully integrated channels, all with 1GS/s sampling rate
  • Find anomalies fast with digital phosphor display and 125 trigger combinations
  • Use Wave Inspector to pan through 1M waveform points, zoom in, mark points of interest, and navigate from mark to mark
  • Easy to use logic analyzer functionality
  • Define parallel or serial buses for triggering and decoding
  • Simple visualization with waveform grouping and color coding
3 Series MDO Mixed Domain Oscilloscope
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Starting Price - ₹ 369,000
  • The largest 11.6-inch HD (1920x1080) capacitive touch display in its class
  • Optional 16 digital channels for mixed signal analysis
  • Built-in spectrum analyzer available in 1 GHz or 3 GHz versions
  • Optional built-in function generator
  • Wide range of serial bus decoding and triggering options
  • Less than 6-inches deep on the bench
4 Series MSO Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
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  • The largest 13.3-inch HD (1920x1080) capacitive touch display in its class
  • Up to 6 FlexChannels inputs
  • 12-bit vertical resolution, up to 16 bits in High Res mode
  • Optional built-in function generator
  • Support for over 20 serial bus protocols
5 Series MSO Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
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  • Get the big picture and take total control, with the 15.6 HD touchscreen display.
  • Available with 4, 6, or 8 FlexChannel inputs
  • 12-bit analog to digital converters deliver up to 16 bits of vertical resolution
  • TLP058 Logic Probes each provide 8 digital channels
  • Add a built-in Arbitrary/Function Generator
  • Serial Decode/Trigger support for key buses like I2C, SPI, USB 2.0, Ethernet, CAN, LIN, many others
6 Series B MSO Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
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  • 15.6-inch (385 mm) TFT color HD (1920 x 1080) resolution Capacitive (multi-touch) touchscreen
  • 4,6 or 8 FlexChannel inputs.
  • Lowest input noise enabled by new TEK061 front-end ASICs
  • 12-bit resolution at 5 GHz and up to 16-bit resolution at 200 MHz
  • Built-in 1 MΩ and 50 Ω input terminations
  • Any analog channel can be viewed as a waveform, spectrum, or both

An oscilloscope is an instrument that graphically displays electrical signals and shows how those signals change over time. It measures these signals by connecting with a sensor, which is a device that creates an electrical signal in response to physical stimuli like sound, light and heat. For instance, a microphone is a sensor that converts sound into an electrical signal.

Here we’ll cover everything you need to know about an oscilloscope from how it works to how to find the right one. 

What is an oscilloscope used for?

Oscilloscopes are often used when designing, manufacturing or repairing electronic equipment. Engineers use an oscilloscope to measure electrical phenomena and solve measurement challenges quickly and accurately to verify their designs or confirm that a sensor is working properly.

Who uses an oscilloscope?

Scientists, engineers, physicists, repair technicians and educators use oscilloscopes to see signals change over time. An automotive engineer might use an oscilloscope to correlate analog data from sensors with serial data from the engine control unit. Meanwhile, a medical researcher might use an oscilloscope to measure brain waves. There is no shortage of applications for this powerful instrument.

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