Oscilloscope range doubles maximum bandwidth to 16 GHz: Page 2 of 2

September 11, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Rohde & Schwarz has doubled the bandwidth of its RTP oscilloscope family in terms of both bandwidth and functions for debugging and analysis.
Rohde & Schwarz has doubled the bandwidth of its RTP oscilloscope family in terms of both bandwidth and functions for debugging and analysis.

Eye diagrams for signal integrity debug, based on the embedded clock, for at-a-glance analysis with the fastest mask test or histogram function provide results within seconds.

The RTP supports debug and compliance test on DRAM memory interfaces using DDR4, DDR4L, and LPDDR4 with the new option R&S RTP-K93. It also combines multiple functions such as READ/WRITE decoding, up to four DDR eye displays and automated compliance testing in line with the appropriate JEDEC standards. 

A new I/Q mode option R&S RTP-K11 converts modulated signals to I/Q data for analysis, saving acquisition memory, and extending the maximum acquisition time. The R&SVSE vector signal explorer is the right tool for in-depth analysis of wideband radar signals, or demodulating wireless communication signals including 5G NR. The I/Q data can also be used with any suitable external tool for proprietary signal analysis.
The RTP now also provides all the functions required as a time domain reflection (TDR) and transmission (TDT) analysis system to characterize and debug signal paths, such as PCB traces, cables and connectors. The new option R&S RTP-K130 combines the highly symmetrical differential pulse signals from the R&S RTP-B7 pulse source with the analog input channels to provide TDT/TDR analysis for both single-ended and differential signals. The software guides the user through setup, calibration and measurement.

The oscilloscope is supprted by the R&S RT-ZM family of modular probes that use interchangeable probing tips and instantaneous mode switching, extended to include the R&S RT-ZM130 with 13 GHz bandwidth and the R&S RT-ZM160 with 16 GHz bandwidth.

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