Teledyne LeCroy Oscilloscopes Competitors and Alternatives

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Alan Martin
Power Integrity Lead at Elton Designs
Real User
Feb 27, 2019
The ability to have both the time domain and frequency domain, where the frequency domain is a very broad spectral plot, is extremely valuable

What is our primary use case?

I'm very much in the power integrity field. I spend a lot of time working for a major semi-conductor manufacturer doing silicon validation. Our end product has to pass all the various FCC compliance tests, which is sort of the field of expertise that I have. For a customer to build a product with a switching mode power supply in it and be able to provide some degree of certification or comfort, they have to pass the compliance test which permits them to sell into the marketplace. That has always been an emphasis of mine, when I'm doing application engineering for a semiconductor company… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The ability to have both the time domain and frequency domain, where the frequency domain is a very broad spectral plot, is extremely valuable."
  • "The Rohde & Schwarz user interface is very oriented towards drop and drag functions on the screen. Some of those are just not obvious how to use. You have to have somebody get you over the hump."

What other advice do I have?

It is a remarkable scope. It is hard to get used to compared to other oscilloscopes because of the cryptic user interface. However, once you get over that, it's got a lot of power. We are not using this product to support connected devices, e.g., IoT development, nor are we planning to going forward. Trial the models. Use them and see what the limits are that you can get away with using the highest-end gear, and also if you will need to step back to a lower-end product, like RIGOL. In the case of the Rohde & Schwarz, with the number of equivalent screen updates that it does per second,you can…
Jim Prince
Owner at Prince Power
Real User
Top 20
Feb 25, 2019
The most valuable feature would be the bandwidth

What is our primary use case?

It is a general purpose scope with 4-channel 300 MHz. The application space that this solution targets is the embedded system of my products. Typically, the signals that we are measuring are digital, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), wireless, and Zigbee.

Pros and Cons

  • "The most valuable feature would be the bandwidth."
  • "The memory needs improvement."
  • "I had to change the probes to higher frequency probes."

What other advice do I have?

There is not really a learning curve. The user interface is normal. It is not the old-school style. So, it's easy to use based on the fact that I've used other relatively new scopes. We are sometimes using the product to support connect devices for IoT development.
Engineerd79a
Engineer at Huawei Technologies
Real User
Feb 27, 2019
It has the highest bandwidth and resolution on the market

What is our primary use case?

We are using it to do research. We're currently doing optimal links research. We are measuring PAM-4 signals with it.

How has it helped my organization?

We generate a waveform from the AWG. We using the scope to sample the waveform, then do offline processing.

What is most valuable?

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.

For how long have I used the solution?

One to three years.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

We are using the full bandwidth of the product.

How are customer service and technical support?

The technical support is good, and it has very strong customer…
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