New portable oscilloscope with lab instrument performance

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The Rohde & Schwarz Scope Rider is said to be equally impressive in the field as it is in the lab. With an acquisition rate of 50,000 waveforms per second, a 10 bit A/D converter developed by Rohde & Schwarz and a maximum bandwidth of 500MHz for the analog input channels, this portable oscilloscope clearly outperforms comparable instruments.

The R&S Scope Rider integrates five functions to offer a level of versatility not found in any other instrument. It is based on a high performance oscilloscope featuring a precise digital trigger system, 33 automatic measurement functions, mask test and XY diagram mode. Plus, the R&S Scope Rider can function as a logic analyzer with eight additional digital channels, as a protocol analyzer with trigger and decoding capability, as a data logger and as a digital multimeter. These extensive functions make it ideal for a wide range of tasks.

The handheld oscilloscope is the first to be equipped with a large format capacitive touchscreen, allowing it to be operated as intuitively as a tablet PC. It also features large buttons for use with gloves and a practical multifunction wheel for convenient parameter adjustment. Users can confidently read their results at any time, as all measurement information is displayed in a clear, application oriented manner on the brilliant screen.

January 5, 2016

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