Agilent recently introduced two new high-performance portable oscilloscope families that set new standards in price/performance and measurement accuracy.
An oscilloscope measures an electrical signal over time, usually displaying it graphically as a continuous waveform. Scopes are used in electronics, engineering, telecommunications, medicine and other scientific fields. They are used most frequently to troubleshoot electronic equipment.
The new Agilent InfiniiVision 6000 X-Series sets a new standard in price/performance for bandwidths up to 6 GHz, costing less than half the price of the competition. With a weight one-third of previous products, it resets the benchmark for capabilities versus size. And this new scope offers localized voice control in 14 languages, enabling precise control even while an engineer’s hands are occupied.
The new Agilent Infiniium S-Series sets a new standard in signal integrity for bandwidths up to 8 GHz. It offers resolution four times better than traditional scopes, breaking industry records for 10-bit analog-to-digital converter speed, memory depth and display size.
“Both series offer excellent signal integrity, signal visualization and analysis capability, and significant usability innovation to help engineers overcome their debugging challenges,” says Agilent’s Jay Alexander.
For more information go to:
- Agilent Technologies Introduces Two Portable Oscilloscope Families That Set new Standards in Price/Performance, Measurement Accuracy
- The New Standard: 6000 X-Series and S-Series Oscilloscopes (video)
- Agilent InfiniiVision 6000 X-Series DSO and MSO Oscilloscopes
- Agilent Infiniium S-Series DSO and MSO High-Definition Oscilloscopes