With new and compelling questions about the origin of particle masses, the nature of dark matter and the role of neutrinos, scientists need instruments that can capture or simulate fleeting events that represent the world of fundamental particles. Our oscilloscopes are used in the quest to achieve longer-duration reactions, such as high gain nuclear fusion, to capture high-speed pulses and to test the latest generation of accelerators and synchrotrons.
AWG5200 Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Signal Pulse Generators
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
|Techniques for Extending Real-Time Oscilloscope Bandwidth|
Discover how the Asynchronous Time Interleaving (ATI) technology works to provide the lowest noise, highest fidelity, and maximum performance for our ultra-high bandwidth oscilloscopes.
|Fundamentals of Real-Time Spectrum Analysis|
Learn how real-time spectrum analyzers can find and solve RF problems faster.
|Challenges Facing Quantum Computing and Signal Sources|
This webinar looks at challenges facing quantum computing and high energy research and how researchers in these fields are using signal sources.