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Monday Quiz: What are the best test instruments in 1995?

28 Dec 2015  | Martin Rowe

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1. Who manufactured these EM field analysers?

The correct answer is e, Wandel & Goltermann.

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2. Who designed this digital communications test set?

There are actually two correct answers, a, Tektronix and d, Rohde & Schwarz. The product was jointly developed, hence the word "developed" in the question. The photo shows the Textronix version, but if you guessed either company, give yourself full credit.

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3. Who manufactured these oscilloscopes?

The correct answer is e, LeCroy.

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4. Who manufactured this handheld oscilloscope?

The correct answer is e, Tektronix.

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5. Who manufactured this handheld OTDR?

The correct answer is c, Tektronix.

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6. Who manufactured this bench meter?

The correct answer is a, Keithley Instruments.

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7. Who manufactured this handheld multi-meter?

The correct answer is b, Fluke.

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Which product was selected as Test Product of the Year? You can still cast your vote.

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The winner was the Tektronix THS 720 handheld oscilloscope.

Looking at this list from 20 years ago, we might want to give the nod to the Keithley Model 2000 DMM, for it's the only product that's still available from the manufacturer.


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