Preparing engineering students to turn ideas into reality
Prepare future engineers for tomorrow’s exciting challenges with Tektronix Education Solutions.
- A comprehensive line of quality bench instruments from high performance oscilloscopes to precision source measure units that help train future engineers
- Efficient instrument management solution with classroom content delivery via network-based TekSmartLab™ Software Solution, designed to make teaching and learning easier and more immersive
- Intuitive control for Tektronix and Keithley bench instruments, automated measurement data logging, and easy waveform exporting in the required format to eliminate extra time and effort with TekBench Control Software.
- Over 700 free lab exercises in 11 languages for an enhance classroom learning environment. Available at the Tektronix Courseware Resource Center
- Ask us about our Everyday Discount for Educators!
Keithley Source Measure Units
Keithley Source Measure Unit (SMU) is ideal for a teaching lab as it is a tightly integrated power supply, digital multimeter (DMM), electronic load, and current source.
The Anatomy of a Digital Oscilloscope
See the inner-workings of a Tektronix TBS2000 digital oscilloscope, specifically designed for Education so students can learn better, instructors can teach easier
Tek Tips: Efficient DC Testing and Current-Voltage Characterization
Explore the most common DC current vs. voltage (I-V) tests being performed today, and how new techniques can help overcome these challenges plus enhanced efficiency and productivity.
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TBS2000 Series Digital Storage Oscilloscope
3 Series MDO Mixed Domain Oscilloscope
DC Power Supplies
Keithley offers a full line of DC power supplies with a wide range of voltage, current, and power outputs, as well as a wide range of advanced features. Single- and multiple-output power supplies meet requirements for education, research, design, and automated testing.
Source Measure Units (SMU)
|Semiconductor Device Test Applications Guide|
Request your copy of Keithley's applications guide to semiconductor device test.
|Oscilloscope Measurement Lab: Measuring Impedance and Capacitance|
Lab exercise demonstrates how to use an oscilloscope and function generator to measure impedance and capacitance.
|Debugging Serial Buses in Embedded System Designs|
Learn the basics of the hardware protocols of the most common serial buses. Find out how to use the protocol trigger, decode and search capabilities of oscilloscopes to solve serial bus integration and debug challenges.
|High Speed Serial Design Fundamentals|
Provides understanding of the common aspects of serial data transmission. Explain the analog and digital measurement requirements that apply to these emerging serial technologies.
|FPGA Debug Fundamentals|
Reviews the FPGA design process. Explains debug methodologies. Discusses how to select the appropriate methodology. Provides advantages of FPGAView.
|University of Idaho Turns to Tektronix DPO7000|
This case study shows how the Microelectronics Research and Communications Institute (MRCI) at the University of Idaho turned to Tektronix, as the solution to accurately test and verify high frequency power circuits and switching regulator under a variety of test conditions.
|Digital Debug Poster|
Covers the most common signal anomalies, and offers essential tips and techniques for debugging digital signals. Ideal size (11" x 17") for your lab, office or anywhere you use your oscilloscope.
|Pocket Guide to Signal SourcesThis pocket-sized guide explains fundamental signal source concepts, including waveform generation principles and an overview of basic waveforms and waveform characteristics. Easy, 2-fold assembly for a helpful, quick reference guide to your signal source.|
|Introduction to Arbitrary/Function Generator: LabThis lab covers how an AFG3000 Series Arbitrary/Function Generator creates typical waveforms, such as triangle and square waves, adjust the frequency and amplitude of the waveforms, and give the waveforms a DC offset.|