Tektronix VM700A/1 Video Measurement System

Tektronix VM700A/1 Video Measurement System
Manufacturer: Tektronix
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Tektronix VM700A Video Measurement System


Tektronix VM700A Video Measurement System

Rent me for $800 a month

with options

  • Option 01 NTSC
  • Option 48 GPIB

    The Tektronix VM700 Automatic Video Measurement Set has many measurement capabilities in one instrument. It is a digital waveform monitor, digital vectorscope, group delay and frequency response measurement, noise measurement set and automatic measurement set. It can perform unattended monitoring of NTSC, or PAL video signals from studios, STLs, earth stations, and transmitters

Many Capabilities In One Instrument
  • Digital waveform monitor
  • Digital vectorscope
  • Group delay and frequency response
  • Noise measurement set
  • Automatic measurement set
Auto Mode
  • Unattended monitoring of NTSC video signals from studios, STLs, Earth Stations, and transmitters
  • User-specified limits
Measure Mode Provides Graphic Display Of Measurements
  • K factor
  • Differential gain and phase
  • Chrominance to luminance delay
  • Noise spectrum
  • Group delay with (sin x)/x
  • Color bars
  • Chrominance AM/PM noise
  • Relative to reference on most measurements
  • Configurable for all standard test signals
  • Three input channels
  • Channel difference modes
  • Averaging on all measurement modes
  • Picture mode for source ID
  • Hardcopy for analysis and documentation
  • Remote control operation

   The VM700 is a complete video monitoring and measuring instrument which can be used for automatic measurements and monitoring, as well as for manual measurements. The user can select a display of numeric values to confirm the quality of the signal path, or may select graphic displays for more detailed analysis.

Automatic Video Measurement Set

   The VM700 Auto Mode makes standard video measurements automatically, including those specified in RS-250B/EIA-250C, NTC-7, and RS-170A. These measurements can be compared with user-defined limits. A caution or alarm message is generated when these limits are violated. Reports can be made and printed automatically at operator scheduled times.