Agilent/HP DSO80604B 6 GHz 4 Channel Infiniium Oscilloscope

Agilent/HP DSO80604B 6 GHz 4 Channel Infiniium Oscilloscope
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP DSO80604B 6 GHz 4 Channel Infiniium Oscilloscope
Agilent/HP DSO80604B 6 GHz 4 Channel Infiniium Oscilloscope

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  "Superior signal integrity and probing for your application". Agilent Technologies' Infiniium 80604B Series and InfiniiMax II probing system will lead to improved measurements and increased design margins. The signal integrity advantages of Agilent's Infiniium 80604B Series Scopes and InfiniiMax Probing System include the industry's lowest noise floor, lowest jitter measurement floor, lowest trigger jitter, flattest combined frequency response of scope and probe and more. Superior signal integrity maximizes engineer's design margins by not wasting any measurement accuracy due to the poor noise, jitter or frequency response of the scope or probing system.

   If you are designing, debugging or validating a serial-data-based design, consider the DSA80000B Digital Signal Analyzer. The DSA80000B is built around an Infiniium DSO80000B Series oscilloscope and the InfiniiMax probing system, to provide critical capabilities for achieving accurate and repeatable measurements. The oscilloscope includes as standard the option 001 memory, the E2688A high-speed serial data analysis software, and the N5400A EZJIT Plus jitter analysis software at an attractive price.

Features
  • 6 GHz bandwidth real-time oscilloscope with up to 40 GSa/s sample rate
  • Up to 2 Mpts MegaZoom deep memory at 40 GSa/s sample rates and 64 Mpts MegaZoom deep memory at 4 GSa/s
  • System bandwidth of 6 GHz with InfiniiMax 14A probing system
  • Industry's lowest noise floor: 241 uV @ 5 mV/div
  • Trigger jitter less than 500 fs rms
  • Industry's largest sets of software applications
  • XGA touch screen display with 256 level intensity grading
  • Fully upgradeable bandwidth
  • Unrivaled InfiniiMax probing accessories support browsing, solder-in, socketed, and SMA use models
     

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