The LeCroy WaveMaster 830Zi
is the first and only oscilloscope to achieve a real-time bandwidth of 30 GHz,
the highest real-time bandwidth available in the world. This oscilloscope
provides engineers dealing with jitter, serial data integrity, and other high
frequency test challenges
a sampling rate of 80 Gigasamples/second on two channels, and a maximum
acquisition memory of 512 Megapoints/channel so they can verify their
high-speed designs with confidence. The WaveMaster 830 Zi de-embeds
cables and test fixtures, emulates serial data channels, and simulates serial
data receiver equalization even at the highest sampling speeds of 80
level design engineers who verify, test and debug serial buses of 3Gb and
above, working with the highest speed serial data standards, such as SAS/SATA
6, PCIe Gen3, HDMI 1.3, and USB3,
need speed and efficiency. Exceptional instrument responsiveness, 10-100 times
faster processing throughput, large 15.3", 16:9 high-definition touch
screen display, and both 50 Î© / 1 MÎ© input capability provide deeper insight,
faster debug, and more efficient validation.
The digitizing system in the 830Zi utilizes LeCroy's patented Digital
Bandwidth Interleaving (DBI) technology. The advantage of this method is that
the front-end amplifiers are always operating comfortably in their rated
frequency range, and there is no impact on electrical noise or signal fidelity.
Thus, the basic 16 GHz bandwidth performance of the signal conditioning
components can be increased to 30 GHz while maintaining the highest signal
fidelity and noise performance. Sample rate and memory are likewise doubled.
The bandwidth, sampling rate, and a deep acquisition memory enable large blocks
of data to be acquired in real-time, allowing signal processing and detection
of the data bits and computation of bit error ratios.
For more information: http://www.lecroy.com/Oscilloscope/OscilloscopeSeries.aspx?mseries=45
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