16 bit vertical resolution with the R&S RTO and R&S RTE. Additional bandwidths, a history mode and segmented memory for the R&S RTM. Numerous compliance, triggering and decoding options for all oscilloscopes. Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate these highlights and other innovations from its scope of the art portfolio at embedded world 2015 in Nuremberg.
Rohde & Schwarz is continuously enhancing its oscilloscope portfolio with new models, applications and accessories, and visitors to the company's booth at embedded world 2015 in Nuremberg will have an opportunity to see this for themselves.
High definition oscilloscopes for signal analysis with 16 bit vertical resolution
The high definition mode increases the vertical resolution of the R&S RTO and R&S RTE digital oscilloscopes to up to 16 bits ? a 256 fold improvement over the 8 bit resolution available in standard mode. To achieve this higher resolution, the signal is lowpass-filtered directly after the A/D converter. The digital filter reduces the noise, while increasing the signal-to-noise ratio. The higher resolution leads to sharper waveforms, showing signal details that would otherwise be masked by noise.
Segmented memory, digital voltmeter and frequency counter for the R&S RTM
Rohde & Schwarz has added a new model with 200 MHz bandwidth to its R&S RTM bench oscilloscope family. The history and segmented memory option, which expands the maximum memory depth to an unprecedented 460 Msample per channel, is available for all bandwidth models. This deep, segmented memory is especially beneficial for seamless analysis of data sequences with long rest periods such as pulsed signals and serial I2C bus data packets. The digital voltmeter option is also new. It enables the R&S RTM to measure various values such as AC, DC, peak and crest factor with three digit accuracy regardless of the oscilloscope's triggering. The scope now features a seven digit frequency counter as well.
New applications for the R&S RTO and R&S RTE oscilloscope families
The multiple triggering and decoding as well as compliance test options from Rohde & Schwarz support a broad range of users in design verification, commissioning, debugging and compliance testing. The R&S RTE and R&S RTO oscilloscope series offer users in the automotive market triggering and decoding analysis solutions for the high speed CAN flexible data (CAN-FD) bus protocol. An option for the R&S RTO supports compliance tests of automotive BroadR-Reach Ethernet interfaces. For mobile communications and embedded designs, Rohde & Schwarz recently enhanced the capabilities of the R&S RTO by adding two new options for analyzing MIPI RFFE and USB 1.0/1.1/ 2.0 interfaces. Another innovation is the automated MIPI D-PHY compliance test option for developers of smartphone components and wireless devices with MIPI D PHY implementation.
R&S HMO1002 mixed signal oscilloscope with exceptional features
Fanless operation, 1 Msample memory depth and a realtime sampling rate of 1 Gsample/s are the key features of the new entry level R&S HMO1002 mixed signal oscilloscope from Rohde & Schwarz. With a vertical sensitivity of 1 mV/div and integrated 128k point FFT, it performs far above standard scopes in this price segment. The R&S HMO1002 enables users to benefit from many practical features such as a pattern generator for embedded developers, an integrated digital voltmeter for service and maintenance technicians and special functions for the education sector.
Rohde & Schwarz will present its entire portfolio of oscilloscopes at embedded world 2015 in Nuremberg in hall 4, booth 4-218.
About Rohde & Schwarz
The Rohde & Schwarz electronics group is a leading supplier of solutions in the following business fields: test and measurement, broadcast and media, secure communications, radiomonitoring and radiolocation. Founded more than 80 years ago, this independent company has an extensive sales and service network and is present in more than 70 countries. On June 30, 2014, Rohde & Schwarz had approximately 9800 employees. It achieved a net revenue of EUR 1.75 billion in the 2013/2014 fiscal year (July to June). The company is headquartered in Munich, Germany. It also has regional headquarters in Singapore and Columbia, Maryland, USA, to manage its operations in these regions.