Agilent HP 86100C in United
Location:
United States
Price:
$25,490 USD

Specifications

Condition:
used
Add:
1yr mfg warranty $408.00
Status:
Discontinued
Channels:
4
Division:
Test and Measurement
Bandwidth:
80.0 GHz
Alternative:
86100D
Sample rate:
11.32 GSa/sec
Discontinuance date:
Jun-2011
Subcategory:
Digital
Subcategory 2:
Oscilloscopes

Description

Keysight (formerly Agilent T&M) 86100C Wideband Multifunction
List price - $43,593.00
30day - 1yr mfg warranty
Add: 1yr mfg warranty $408.00
The 86100 Infiniium DCA combines extremely high accuracy and repeatability with outstanding ease of use to simplify characterizing signals from 50 MHz to 80 GHz. Digital designers can combine the mainframe and modules into four key instruments with industry leading signal integrity performance, including:
A full-function oscilloscope with bandwidth in excess of 80 GHz ensures the most accurate waveform measurements.
Combine mainframe and modules into four key instruments with industry leading signal integrity performance:
A digital communications analyzer with automated eye diagram analysis for transmitter compliance testing
A full-function time domain reflectometer (TDR) for high precision S-parameter impedance analysis
A full-function oscilloscope with bandwidth in excess of 80 GHz, ensuring the most accurate waveform measurements
The most accurate jitter analyzer in the industry, measuring subcomponent jitter sources with one-button ease of use
Electrical bandwidth from 12 to over 80 GHz ensure the most precise waveforms and pulse fidelity
Probing - if connectorized test points are not available, use the award-winning Infiniimax probes to their maximum bandwidth advantage by pairing them with the N1022A probe adapter and the wide bandwidth inputs of the DCA-J.
Pattern Lock enables single-valued waveform viewing at even the fastest bit rates when no separate pattern or frame trigger is available
Even closed eyes can be captured as pulse train data and the effectiveness of common equalization schemes are seen from on-board algorithms