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State-of-the-art for real-time oscilloscopes is currently 6 GHz bandwidth and 20 Gigasamples per second per channel sample rate.
2 Gigasamples per second (GSPS), which allows for up to 600 MHz of bandwidth for each output signal.
Samplify's Prism(TM) signal compression technology losslessly compresses captured signal data in real-time, at up to gigasample per second rates alleviating these bottlenecks.
About The TDS3000B, TDS2000, and TDS1000 Series Oscilloscopes The five DSOs in the TDS2000 Series come standard with color displays and extend to 200 MHz bandwidth, 2 gigasamples per second (GS/s) sample rate, and four channels.
Products for applications in the research, ATE and OEM markets include CompactPCI, PCI, PXI, and custom digitizers, and waveform analyzers with Gigasample per second (GS/s) performance.
The TDS6604 DSO, the world's fastest with 6 GHz bandwidth, is a four-channel, real-time instrument that offers an unprecedented simultaneous 20 Gigasamples per second (GS/s) sample rate on 2 channels.
Featuring an unparalleled sample rate of 20 Gigasamples per second (GS/s) on 2 channels simultaneously, this instrument is the best tool for digital design engineers to rapidly and effectively pinpoint faults in emerging serial bus architectures such as InfiniBand, RapidIO, 3GIO, and HyperTransport.
5 Gb/s Data Rates With industry-leading 4 Gigahertz (GHz) bandwidth and a 20 Gigasamples per second (GS/s) sample rate, the CSA7404 meets bandwidth requirements for 2.