What do you like most about National Instruments (NI) Oscilloscopes?
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I can automate a lot of testing very quickly. With just a push of a button, I can test hundreds of different scenarios without having to do all that manual testing myself.
Because their view is a graphical user interface (GUI), it's very easy to program the tool.
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.
The learning curve was really fast, which was also the reason for saving a lot on the budget.
It makes programming simpler.
It took us less than a week to get integrated into the solution, which is very fast.
We haven't need technical support yet because all documentation is well done and there.
It helps us to save on our investment with a lot of the stuff that we buy, as we can find defects quickly.
The user interface is very good, easy to understand, and easy to operate.
Most of the features are on the screen itself. The naming convention makes it very easy to understand what is needed.
I'm researching spectrum analyzers. Any recommendations for a solution for a 6g testing solution?