BEAVERTON, OR -- Tektronix, Inc. announces its DPO70000SX 70 GHz ATI Performance Oscilloscope has been named a finalist in the 2015 R&D 100 Awards along with its Keithley DMM7510 Graphical Sampling Multimeter in the Analytical/Test Category.
The annual R&D Awards recognize 100 of the top technology products introduced in the past year across 20 different categories. Past winners have included innovations in chemistry, consumer items, analytical/test equipment, and biomedical products. All finalists are selected by an independent judging panel and the editors of R&D Magazine.
"We are honored to be a finalist for the R&D 100 Awards, this is a mark of excellence from a prestigious organization in our industry," said Kris Gorriaran, vice president, Worldwide Marketing, Tektronix. "It reflects our commitment to innovation and our continuing efforts to look at new, ground-breaking ways to meet the needs of our customers."
Tektronix DPO70000SX 70 GHz ATI Performance Oscilloscope
A major contributing factor to the DPO70000SX oscilloscope's revolutionary performance is Asynchronous Time Interleaving (ATI). Current approaches for digitizing ultra-high bandwidth signals distribute signal energy to two digitizing paths, then use a DSP to reconstruct the input signal. Unlike these schemes, Tektronix' unique ATI architecture provides a symmetric technique that delivers all signal energy to both digitizing paths resulting in an inherent noise advantage.
Keithley DMM7510 7½-Digit Graphical Sampling Multimeter
The Keithley DMM7510 7½-Digit Graphical Sampling Multimeter combines all the advantages of a precision digital multimeter, a graphical touchscreen user interface/display, and a fast, high resolution digitizer. It incorporates a variety of capabilities and functions designed to enhance measurement accuracy and simplify test system setup and control, allowing it to address a wide range of test applications, including device characterization, debugging, and analysis; production test/ATE; and applications in research labs and universities.
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