Tektronix provides RF Physical layer (PHY) testing solutions to help you get the job done and get your design to market faster.
Discover how Real-Time Spectrum Analysis works and how it can be used to solve many RF capture and measurement problems with our primer. Explore our library of technical documents and posters below to learn what solutions can help you validate, debug and pass performance or compliance tests the first time.
Navigate the RF spectrum and gain insight into the signals around you. This piece contains detailed examples with brief movies of RF signals, their measurements, audio recording of demodulated FM, and much more.
Now, you no longer need to spend precious time on the job searching for information on Basic Rate, Low Energy, and Enhanced Data Rate Physical Layer characteristics. This poster puts it all in one convenient place, so you can get back to what’s really important in your job!
Fitting neatly on the lab table or a rack, the RSA600 enables easy chip/module integration and EMI testing with speeds up to 7.5GHz, 40 MHz of bandwidth, incredible spurious free dynamic range, and optional internal tracking generator.
This mid-range real-time spectrum analyzer combines the excellent RF performance with up to 165 MHz bandwidth and 4th Generation DPX® technology. Detect, analyze and debug wireless chips, modules, and devises with 100% probability of intercept of signals as brief as 434 ns.
The oscilloscope that includes a logic analyzer, spectrum analyzer and protocol analyzer – all synchronized for an integrated view. Use powerful trigger, search and analysis tools to zero in on analog, digital and RF anomalies.
The MDO3000 Mixed Domain Oscilloscope features six integrated instruments, including a spectrum analyzer, function generator and more, giving you the ability to capture analog, digital and RF signals with one scope.
Use the one user interface for RF and Vector Signal Analysis for all Tek RF products. SVPC comes free with 17 measurements and is instantly upgradable with over 15 options like mapping and wireless standard demodulation.