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LabMaster 10-100Zi, World's first 100GHz Real Time Oscilloscope [News]
posted November 2 2014 8:48.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Who wants more bandwidth? 100 GHz is enough for anyone i suppose. At 240 GS/s Real-Time Sampling Rate you can sample microwave frequency ins astonishing detail. Meet the LabMaster 10-100Zi, world's first 100GHz real time oscilloscope where "more" is the keyword.

The LabMaster 10-100Zi uses input (or acquisition) modules for the signal. Each module can simultaneously break down four channels at 36 GHz or one channel at 100 GHz. The module then digitizes this info and re-transmits it at the display and control module. The system can support up to 20 acquisition modules, this means up to 20 80GHz channels or 80 36 GHz channels.


Here is the datasheet of the LabMaster 10-100Zi

And here is a video from the previous model, the LabMaster 10 Zi. They both share the same modular technology but the 10 Zi was "limited" (if we can use this word) to 65 GHz


[Via: EDN]    [Link: Teledyne Lecroy]
 
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