Together with the RTB2000 oscilloscopes introduced in 2017, the company now offers market-leading 1000, 2000, 3000 and 4000 class instruments.
The RTM3000 oscilloscopes are designed for DC power and voltage measurements like ripple and noise measurements The scopes are especially suitable for increasingly stricter tolerance limits – featuring a 10-bit vertical resolution and a vertical range up to 500µV/div with full bandwidth. In addition, the 80 Msample memory depth allows measurements over long time periods with high sampling rates.
The RTA4000 oscilloscopes have an even larger memory of 100 Msample per channel, making them ideal for analyzing serial protocols and power-on/off sequences. They offer a 1 Gsample segmented acquisition memory and have a 10-bit resolution to clearly display fine details.
The cost-effective RTC1000 is extremely compact and can be upgraded with numerous additional functions: eight-channel logic analyzer, four-channel pattern generator, digital voltmeter, component tester, spectrum analyzer, counter, and protocol analyzer for I2C, SPI, UART/RS-232, CAN and LIN. Users can expand the bandwidth from 50 MHz to a maximum of 300 MHz via software license – something no other device in this price class offers.
In addition to its oscilloscopes, Rohde & Schwarz will be demonstrating new probes to meet current challenges in the field of power measurement. A new 1:1 power rail probe with 4 GHz measurement bandwidth detects even the smallest coupled RF signals in sensitive embedded components used for mobile and IoT applications. For this highly sensitive, very low-noise probe, a 6 GHz model of the extremely powerful Windows-based RTO2000 series of lab oscilloscopes is recommended.