The R&S® RTC1000 digital oscilloscopes from the Rohde & Schwarz test and measurement product range feature a high waveform update rate, high vertical sensitivity and are available with bandwidths from 50MHz to 300MHz. Depending on the specific model, the oscilloscope offers a maximum memory depth of 2Msa and a sampling rate of 2GSa/s.
Like all R&S® RTC1000 oscilloscopes, the Rohde & Schwarz RTC1K-302M include the mixed signal functionality as standard. The separately available R&S® RTC-B1 logic probe can be used with all R&S® RTC1000 oscilloscopes.
For the analysis of communications between embedded systems, hardware-based signal triggering and decoding for all common protocols (I²C, SPI, UART, CAN and LIN) is included. This option can be activated with an upgrade voucher at any time, even after sale.
The integrated pattern generator for generating protocol messages at up to 50 Mbit/s is ideal for embedded users. In addition to using predefined messages for supported serial protocols, developers can program their own signal patterns. The integrated, three-digit digital voltmeter is especially useful for service technicians. It enables the Rohde & Schwarz RTC1K-302M to simultaneously perform voltage measurements on both analog channels with two values each. A function generator for different types of signals with frequencies up to 50 kHz is useful in educational settings. Trainees and students can use these basic signals to learn a broad range of measurements. Convenience functions can be switched off in education mode.
Thanks to the powerful FFT over 128,000 test points and analysis functions in the frequency domain, the Rohde & Schwarz RTC1K-302M keep pace with significantly larger oscilloscopes. The time domain signal, measurement window, FFT analysis range and measurement result are displayed on a single screen, which makes it easier to measure the spectra.
The Rohde & Schwarz RTC1K-302M offer time domain, logic, protocol and frequency analysis in a single instrument and belong to the Rohde & Schwarz scope-of-the-art family of oscilloscopes.
|Bandwidth||50 MHz - 300 MHz|
|Sample Rate||2 GSa/s|
|Waveform / Pattern Generator Option|
|Logic Analyzer Option|
You will find the specifications of the RTC1000 series here.
|RTC1000 Bandwidth + MSO Sets||Bandwidth||Logic Analyzer|
|RTC1K-52||50 MHz (upgradable)||Option|
|RTC1K-52M||50 MHz (upgradable)|
|RTC1K-72||70 MHz (upgradable)||Option|
|RTC1K-72M||70 MHz (upgradable)|
|RTC1K-102||100 MHz (upgradable)||Option|
|RTC1K-102M||100 MHz (upgradable)|
|RTC1K-202||200 MHz (upgradable)||Option|
|RTC1K-202M||200 MHz (upgradable)|
Are you working in a distributed project, and the interface definition has been completed but the prototype hardware has yet to be implemented? The pattern generator includes a tool for user programmable 4-bit bus signals that allows you, for example, to emulate a sensor signal in order to continue your work.
The three-digit digital voltmeter is another standard feature that is particularly useful for service technicians. Voltage measurements can be performed simultaneously for both analog channels. Integrated into a single compact device, it helps you keep your workplace tidy.
R&S® RTC1000 Series oscilloscopes provides high sensitivity and multifunctionality to a great price. Multi functionality offers time domain, logic analyzer, protocol analyzer, frequency analysis, pattern generator, waveform generator and digital voltmeter.
Protocols such as I²C, SPI and CAN/LIN frequently transfer control messages between integrated circuits. The R&S®RTC1000 has versatile options for protocol-specific triggering and decoding of serial interfaces. Selective acquisition and analysis of relevant events and data is possible. With the hardware-based implementation, smooth operation and a high update rate is ensured even for long acquisitions. This is advantageous, for example, to capture multiple packetized serial bus signals.
Difficult-to-find faults often result from the interaction between time and frequency signals. The FFT function of the R&S®RTC1000 is activated with the push on a button and by just entering center frequency and span. Due to the high-performance FFT dunctionality of the R&S®RTC1000 series oscilloscopes, signals can be analyzed with up to 128 kpoints. Other practical tools include cursor measurements and autoset in frequency domain.
The R&S® RTC1000 boots in just 7 seconds and is ready to measure.
A component tester and an oscilloscope can be used to examine whether components are defective or functional. By using a component tester capacitors, resistors, transistors, thyristors, coils, zener diodes, diodes and resulting circuits such as rectifiers are tested. The component tester is a valuable tool for troubleshooting, especially if there is no explicit wiring diagram. This is especially true in the hobby field and basic electronic education. To meet these needs and requirements, the new R&S®RTC1000 series oscilloscopes come standard with a component tester, reducing the number of devices required.
The R&S®RTC1000 option turns every R&S®RTC1000 into an intuitive-to-use MSO with 8 additional digital channels. The oscilloscope captures and analyzes signals from analog and digital components of an embedded design - synchronously and time-correlated to each other. For example, the delay between input and output of an A/D converter can conveniently be determined using the cursor measurements.
R&S® RTC1000 series oscilloscopes feature a standard XY mode. The ability to plot signals against each other allows you to view the relationship betwwen them.
The integrated R&S®RTB-B6 waveform and pattern generator up to 50 Mbit/s is useful for educational purposes and for implementing prototype hardware. Apart from the common sine, square/pulse, ramp and noise waveforms, it outputs arbitrary waveforms and 4-bit signal patterns. Waveforms and patterns can be imported as CSV files or copied from oscilloscope waveforms. Before playing signals back, the user can preview them to quickly check signal correctness. Predefined patterns for e.g. I²C, SPI, UART and CAN/LIN can be used.