Agilent Technologies (www.agilent.com) has proudly unveiled the world’s fastest real-time oscilloscope, which features true analog bandwidth of up to 63 GHz.
The 10 four-channel models of the Infiniium 90000 Q-Series oscilloscopes offer an upgradeable bandwidth that range between 20 GHz and 63 GHz. To ensure superior measurement accuracy, the oscilloscopes also provide the industry’s lowest noise as well as the lowest jitter measurement floor.
“The 90000 Q-Series represents another breakthrough for Agilent Infiniium oscilloscopes,” noted Jay Alexander, Vice President and General Manager of Oscilloscope Products Division at Agilent.
“In the last five years, we have introduced oscilloscopes with the deepest memory, the lowest noise floor and the highest bandwidth. The 90000 Q-Series is the culmination of all these innovations, and it features all three industry-leading characteristics to help engineers design and validate devices that use emerging technologies.”
When used at its full bandwidth, the Q-Series effectively breaks the 60-GHz barrier. Its 33-GHz variant allows engineers to trigger on and capture signals simultaneously on all four channels without any compromise.
It offers a new technology known as RealEdge, which improves on the company’s use of module packaging and custom integrated circuits. The new technology consists of a combination of next-generation thin-film components and microcircuits, new architects and advanced application of the indium phosphide semiconductor process of Agilent. It also maintains the lowest jitter measurement floor and noise in the industry while enabling high-frequency capability.
Additionally, with the all-new series, engineers benefit from various years of industry-leading software and hardware advancements in the company’s Infiniium oscilloscopes.