Oscilloscopes to the fore at Embedded World

Posted By : Mick Elliott
Oscilloscopes to the fore at Embedded World

The Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg (Feb 23-25) will supply the platform for Rigol Technologies to present its complete product portfolio. Besides the Oscilloscope series MSO/DS2000A and MSO/DS4000 offering 50MHz up to 1GHz bandwidth, Rigol will show the new MSO-Ready Mixed Signal Oscilloscope series DS1000Z Plus with 70MHz and 100MHz bandwidth.

All scope series are based on the patented Ultra Vision Technology, which enables Rigol to offer oscilloscopes with an outstanding price/performance ratio. The new multi-language user interface allows configuring the scope easily in the corresponding language.

The company will also show the DG1000Z series, the latest generation of its Arbitrary Function Generator series. These new instruments are the first members of a new family of fast and easy to use, ultra-modern test instruments. Besides the classical Direct Digital Synthesiser Technology (DDS), the DG1000Z series utilises the „SiFi“ Technology (Signal Fidelity) for arbitrary signals.

This technology prevents lose of any signal details. The signal integrity and purity is tremendously improved, so that the result is a very stable, precise and a minimum distorted output signal with a small jitter.

In addition to the complete offer of Arbitrary Signal Generators, the Data Acquisition System M301 as well as Power Supplies and Multimeters will be presented at the booth.

High Frequency Instruments and Sources including the new RF Generator series DSG800 will be available and ready for testing. The new models DSG815 and DSG830 extend Rigol’s family of High Frequency Generators (DSG3000) with the frequency ranges of 1.5GHz and 3GHz.

The DSA800 series of Spectrum Analysers will laos be on parade at the show. This will include the higher performance models DSA832/875. The low SSB phase noise of -98 dBc/Hz @10 kHz offset enables engineers and technicians to perform more accurate analysis of signals close to modulation signals and the surrounding noise.

This is very important when searching errors and for emission tests of transmitters and receivers. The DSA800 EMI option includes three additional EMI Filters and the Quasi-Peak Detector, which are both necessary for EMI pre-compliance measurements.

Rigol introduces a new VSWR-Bridge to allow the measurement of input and output matching (50 Ohm) of e.g. filters up to 3.2 GHz or antenna matching.

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