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Tektronix 2 Series MSO touchscreen oscilloscope
Benchtop Oscilloscope Innovation with the New 2 Series MSO Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Introducing the 2 Series MSO (Mixed Signal Oscilloscope) Tektronix’ 2 Series MSO (Mixed Signal Oscilloscope) is the industry’s most compact and versatile bench oscilloscope, featuring a modern design, intuitive user interface, advanced debugging capabilities, bandwidth up to 500 MHz, and a battery-powered option. This is the first benchtop scope that goes wherever it’s needed, from lab to field …
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Tektronix Expands University Partnership Programs to Reach the Engineers of Tomorrow Monday, February 21, 2022
As an industry leader, Tektronix has long believed in the power of partnering with universities to recruit top-tier talent and tackle large technological challenges through cutting edge research. Tektronix engineers have spent decades working with top-rated engineering programs at universities across the country to offer support in the form of industry advice, internship programs, and equipment …
Access and control your oscilloscopes remotely with TekScope PC analysis software
Using TekScope Software to Enhance the Capabilities of Your Bench Oscilloscope Friday, August 20, 2021
Most bench oscilloscopes have many built-in features that allow you to do a lot of analysis and operations on the instrument itself. But sometimes, there is a need to do some offline analysis.  So, this article talks about why offline analysis is necessary and how to use offline analysis software.  Why offline analysis is worth considering Here are some reasons why you might sometimes want to (or …
Keithley source measure unit with I-V curve tracer functionality alongside the original I-V curve tracer system from 1955.
Curve Tracer vs. I-V Curve Tracer Software Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Tektronix introduced the industry’s first curve tracer in 1955 to display characteristic curves for vacuum tubes, followed over the years by models for testing transistors, diodes and other solid-state devices. Tektronix curve tracers such as the 576 (below) and 370A/370B went on to broad industry acceptance until production eventually stopped in the mid-eighties. Approximating a power supply and an oscilloscope packaged in the same box, curve tracers source voltage while plotting voltage vs. current.

Remote learning for engineering students
How to Make the Most of Remote Learning in University Engineering Programs Thursday, November 19, 2020
Education institutions around the world are looking for ways to make the most of remote learning, and engineering programs are no exception. Typical electrical and computer engineering (ECE) courses utilize electronic measurement equipment to ensure students supplement their theoretical knowledge with practical experience. That experience isn’t just necessary for a well-rounded education, it’s …