LabMaster 10-100Zi, 100 GHZ Oscilloscope, Wins ACE Award for Test and Measurement

CHESTNUT RIDGE, NY -- Teledyne LeCroy announces that the LabMaster 10-100Zi, 100 GHz bandwidth oscilloscope, has won the prestigious ACE (Annual Creativity in Electronics) Award. The awards program honors the people and companies behind the technologies and products that are changing the world of electronics.

"This award is a testament to the outstanding capabilities and perseverance of our R&D team," said Roger Delbue, VP of Engineering at Teledyne LeCroy. "We are proud to be recognized for reaching an industry milestone of 100 GHz bandwidth real-time oscilloscope performance."

The LabMaster 10-100Zi, 100 GHz oscilloscope demonstrates a long running commitment by Teledyne LeCroy to leadership in the high end oscilloscope market, aggressively pushing real-time bandwidth and sample rate boundaries to achieve 100 GHz and 240 GS/s.

"We are continually amazed at the level of creativity in the design, innovation and technology exemplified by these award winners," said Suzanne Deffree, Executive Editor at UBM Canon's EDN. "The ACE Awards celebrate the highest achievements in innovation and creativity in electronics design, and selecting one organization or individual that stands out above the rest is incredibly challenging. We are pleased to be able to celebrate their achievements."

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