What do you like most about Keysight Oscilloscopes?
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Because they're such a big industry standard name, their products are standardized across many customers, which is why people own these products.
It has the highest bandwidth and resolution on the market.
I use the serial decoder for the serial interfaces, which helps me debug my product quickly.
The user interface has never been better. They improved it a few years ago with a more modern oscilloscope interface and it's easier to use, even for more junior people in our lab.
It's a one-stop solution. It does everything we need. The combined functionality is the biggest benefit.
The user interface is simple and straightforward, so I can easily measure frequency, time, and other complex measurements.
Its 4 port has true differential with quite a few de-embedding features. It goes up to 40 GHz with high performance.
The most valuable features are its quality and reliability... The good thing about the GUI interface which is, of course, software-based, is that you can record and save your test setup.
The product's functionality makes things easier for my partner, who is doing the PCIe design. He is able measure the product's usage and bit error rate.
The Keysight Ecal feature has made it very easy for me to do calibrations.
Before silicon came back, our customers' performance was affected. Using these tools, we are able to deliver performance to our customers.
We rely on the data and we make our design calls, risk-assessment, all based on the measurements that we take with the Keysight equipment.
Their software and hardware are integrated, so we don't have to spend a lot of time processing the data.
It breaks down all the parameters that we need to look at.
It's accurate, fast, has high bandwidth, and the PLTS is pretty convenient.
It does everything that I need it to with the PLTS software and the network analyzer software.
It can go up to a very high frequency, up to 120 gigahertz. And the user interface is really good. It's really easy to navigate.
The user interface is nice. It describes the output well, so it's easy to use.
The user interface is very good, very graphical. It provides a lot of help in using and operating it.
While it depends on the field, the learning curve is usually really quick.
Its versatility and accuracy are the most valuable features.
It's easier to automate and connect with multiple devices, and at the same time with laptops.
The user interface is very user-friendly. You can use a lot of functions in their scope and will provide them for you. You can update the scope's software by asking Keysight to update the software when you want.
I'm researching spectrum analyzers. Any recommendations for a solution for a 6g testing solution?