Oscilloscopes Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Jim Prince says in a RIGOL Oscilloscopes review
Owner at Prince Power
The most valuable feature would be the bandwidth. View full review »
Signal Integrity Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
The whole core thing of the program with its automation. I like the new version of the user interface. It's pretty simple and easy to jump into, so it is good. View full review »
Packaging R&D Engineer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
We are able to capture the transient domain accurately. There are some technical features where you can do FFT, and do a little post processing. View full review »
CEO at a manufacturing company with 1-10 employees
* User interface * Accuracy * Performance * Reliability View full review »
Electric6061 says in an Anritsu Oscilloscopes review
Electrical Validation Engineer at Intel Corporation
It gives you the capability to increase the Tap levels and voltage strength more than what you have in your signal. The user interface is quite good. It is straightforward. It's not confusing. You can figure out the notes yourself without much help. View full review »
Signal and Power Integrity Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
It is easy to use and most of the functions are useful. View full review »
Staff Transceiver Engineer at Xilinx, Inc.
The most valuable features are its wide bandwidth and 8 ports. These are very important for us to do the crosstalk evaluation, and they came in at very good price. It is easy to use. View full review »
Signal Integrity Engineer at Starkey Hearing Technologies
Its very low noise floor. View full review »
Validati6f62 says in an Anritsu Oscilloscopes review
Validation Engineer at Intel Corporation
Right now, they have all the features which are included in my validation test. User interface is pretty easy to use. View full review »
Hardware Engineer at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The product is quite reliable and straightforward to use. Typically, there are no households that we have to set up. View full review »
Aziz Berkin Kocaay says in a ScopeMeter review
Digital Design Engineer at a aerospace/defense firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
Maintenance is important with this type of product, and this product's battery life is very good. The products are sensible and good. Using the user interface is pretty easy to use. Everybody can use it in engineering area. View full review »
Supply Chain Manager at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Speed and reliability. There was no learning curve. We could use their board right away. The user interface is very good. Their boards are reliable. We buy boards from them, they are reliable, and we don't have problems with them. View full review »
IcValida9f6e says in an Anritsu Oscilloscopes review
IC Validation Engineer at a manufacturing company with 51-200 employees
The Pulse Pattern Generator (PPG) and Error Detector are co-located, which makes it easier to use because I can just probe it directly on the PCB. View full review »
Power Integrity Lead at Elton Designs
In the case of Rohde & Schwarz, I have a power-oriented frequency display option which allows me to do spectral plots of the residual noise that I'm looking at and have that on a logarithmic frequency axis since I'm not using this in conventional communication applications. I'm looking for broadband noise and things that will stick up out of the spectrum. To be able to have both the time domain and frequency domain, where the frequency domain is a very broad spectral plot, it is extremely valuable. There are things which happen in the frequency domain, or you can see in the frequency domain, that you'd never see from a normal oscilloscope plot. You can try and get correlation between an oscilloscope and a spectrum analyzer as a separate instrument, but it is difficult. Only Rohde & Schwarz, at the time I was selecting this, had the logarithmic frequency axis to allow that plot. View full review »
Engineer at a tech company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the Protocol Analyzer for protocol testing. The user interface is good, neat, intuitive, and easy to use. View full review »
Engineerd79a says in a Keysight Oscilloscopes review
Engineer at Huawei Technologies
We use the high-end scope and high-end AWG, having the bandwidth and signal rates forwarded to us. Its resolution is very good. It has the highest bandwidth and resolution on the market. View full review »
Senior Technical Officer at a aerospace/defense firm with 501-1,000 employees
The customer support is its most valuable feature. The user interface is absolutely great. It creates an easy working environment because it has well-integrated hardware and software. So, it is easy to use. View full review »
Amit Chowdhry says in a Keysight Oscilloscopes review
Principal at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Because they're such a big industry standard name, their products are standardized across many customers, which is why people own these products. The customer support is very good. If you need an application to do any measurement, you can easily get a hold of people to help you with it. This is a whole ecosystem. The user interface is top-notch in the industry. View full review »
Hor Lam Cheuk says in a Tektronix Oscilloscopes review
Sr Engineer at a tech company with 5,001-10,000 employees
B-scan is its most valuable feature. The user interface is very good. View full review »
Jason Rivera says in a Tektronix Oscilloscopes review
Computer Engineer at Sandia National Laboratories
* Bandwidth * Reliability * Flexibility of measurements View full review »
Jimmy Nieh says in a Tektronix Oscilloscopes review
Radio Frequency Engineer at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
Its transferring function: I can check transfers and responses for checking if a signal is back up and posting a response. The learning curve is fast. It takes about a day. The user interface is good, not very complicated. It is very intuitive. View full review »
Ron Olisar says in a Tektronix Oscilloscopes review
SI Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable features are its ease of use, user interface, and PAM-4. The user interface is good and easy to use. Tektronix has the acquisition side done very well. View full review »
User at a manufacturing company with 11-50 employees
* Connectivity * User-friendliness * Extendability View full review »
ProductLb9c3 says in a Tektronix Oscilloscopes review
Product Line Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
* It is easy to use. It also has a great interface and products. * It takes 35 to 45 minutes to get acclimated to the solution. * The Tektronix user interface is like an Apple iPhone, but for oscilloscopes. It is simple to use. View full review »
Sr Electrical Engineer at TVH Americas
The most valuable features are the accuracy and repeatability. View full review »
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