What do you like most about Tektronix Oscilloscopes?
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The Tektronix user interface is like an Apple iPhone, but for oscilloscopes. It is simple to use.
The most valuable features are its ease of use, user interface, and PAM-4. The user interface is good and easy to use.
The user interface is good, not very complicated. It is very intuitive.
This solution provides high confidence in the data being presented in the measurement to inform a design decision going forward.
B-scan is its most valuable feature.
I trust Tektronix for its accuracy. The probes of solution fit my application. E.g., the speed of probes, the way that it is using probes with designs, and the probes' size.
The sensitivity of the trigger and the reliability are the most valuable features.
The user interface is good.
Time domain measurement is very accurate compared to other devices.
When I was looking for a scope for that lab, that five subdivisions per division was important.
Being able to monitor data from a CAN bus while the vehicle is running will cut down a lot of the feedback for the design mode.
The most valuable feature is the automation component in setting up some of these measurements.
It has digital scopes with a high bandwidth and digitized signal. It can do whatever you want with the signal. Since its user-friendly software allows you to work with the signal, which is pretty cool.
The user interface is excellent. The GUI is so self-explanatory and there are the same knobs everywhere; the design is a standard design line.
Tektronix is robust and reliable. It's a hammer-resistant machine, a fact which is most important on our manufacturing floor.
It is easy to handle, so everyone likes to use it.
I haven't seen anything similar where it has a spectrum analyzer and regular scope together.
It has a good user interface. It's easy to use, easy to read. It's intuitive.
It provides you the best way to view information without opening multiple applications, like a single solution.
It has very fast response with deep memory.
The Ipath and measurements are fantastic and simple to implement.
Valuable features include that it's multi-channel...
and has bandwidth filtering. The user interface is good.
The most valuable features are everything they do. We primarily use the O-scopes and they help us figure out what's going wrong with our scope out signals.
I'm researching spectrum analyzers. Any recommendations for a solution for a 6g testing solution?