The TDS2000C Series comes in different bandwidth models of either 200 MHz, 100 MHz, 70 MHz, or 50 MHz. Another differentiating parameter is the choice between 2- and 4-channel models with up to 2 GS/s sample rate on all channels, 2.5k point record length on all channels, as well as advanced triggers - including pulse width trigger and line-selectable video trigger. Indeed, through advanced triggers, you can quickly isolate your signals of interest. Once you've captured a signal, its advanced math capabilities and automated measurements can speed your analysis by quickly performing an FFT or add, subtract, or multiply waveforms as well as synchronously performing other sixteen automated measurements. In fact, it can quickly and reliably calculate important signal characteristics such as frequency or rise time, while the built-in Limit Test function enables you to easily identify problems in your signal.
As for the reporting tools, the intuitive user interface with dedicated per-channel vertical controls, auto-setup, and auto-ranging makes this instrument easy to use, reducing learning time and increasing efficiency. Subsequently, this agile monitoring and analytic ability is carried over in the device’s ease at flexible data transfer through the built-in Data Logging feature. This means that you can set up your oscilloscope to save user specified triggered waveforms to a USB memory device for up to 24 hours. You can also select the "infinite" option for continuous waveform monitoring. With this mode, you can save your triggered waveforms to an external USB memory device without a duration limitation until the memory device is full. The oscilloscope will then guide you to insert another USB memory device to continue saving waveforms Review of Key specifications
With up to 200 MHz bandwidth and 2 GS/s maximum sample rate, no other digital storage oscilloscope offers as much bandwidth and sample rate at this price. Tektronix proprietary sampling technology provides real-time sampling with a minimum of 10X oversampling on all channels, all the time to accurately capture your signals. However, despite using multiple channels, sampling performance is not reduced.
The USB 2.0 device port on the rear panel allows for easy connection to a PC or for direct printing to a PictBridge® compatible printer. This allows easy capture, saving, and analysis of measurement results by simply pulling screen images and waveform data into the stand-alone desktop application or directly into Microsoft Word and Excel. This agility in software and hardware is also key in allowing you to automate complex measurements requiring multiple instruments, log data for an extended period of time, time-correlate data from multiple instruments, and easily capture and analyze your results, all from your PC.
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