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Best design, test products awarded at DesignCon

02 Feb 2015  | Jessica MacNeil

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EMI Design Tools & Test nominees:

  • DSA832 & EMI Test System Software, Rigol Technologies

Winner: R&S RTE Digital Oscilloscope, Rohde & Schwarz

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The R&S RTE Oscilloscope with near field probes is the ideal tool for EMI troubleshooting. Users benefit from features such as high sampling and acquisition rates and good signal fidelity. A comprehensive set of measurement and analysis tools deliver fast results and the high-resolution touchscreen makes the R&S RTE very easy to use. Thanks to the high-resolution 10.4" XGA touchscreen, users can intuitively perform their daily tasks. For instance, they only have to swipe the screen to access saved instrument setups. And they can simply "drag & drop" waveforms to arrange them on the screen.

Real-time miniature views of the signals on the edge of the screen allow users to always see what is happening. Dialogue boxes are opened as semi-transparent overlays over the active waveforms, which maintain their full size. Signal flow diagrams and forward and back buttons in the dialogue boxes simplify navigation. The RTE line of oscilloscopes are upgradeable for bandwidth and memory length without having to return the instrument to the factory for upgrades. For EMI troubleshooting applications the R&S HZ-15 near field probe set is designed to measure E and H-fields from 30MHz to 3GHz. The set consists of five probes: two E-field probes and three H-field probes, all with SMB coax connectors. For more information, visit this site.


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