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RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope
RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope
RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope
RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope
RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope

Product Name : RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope

Item No. : RTM 2000


The R&S®RTM2000 models with 200 MHz, 350 MHz, 500 MHz or 1 GHz bandwidth offer a maximum sampling rate of 5 Gsample/s and a maximum memory depth of 20 Msample. As a result, they can display signals accurately, right down to the details, as well as provide high time resolution, even for long sequences.
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RTM 2000 digital oscilloscope-Datasheet-YOIE (10.3 MB)
* Time analysis: high sensitivity of 1 mV/div to detect signals that would otherwise be lost in the noise
* Frequency analysis: reliable fault detection with integrated FFT and spectrum analysis with spectrogram option
* Logic analysis: 20 Msample with 5 Gsample/s for detailed analysis of digital signals
* Protocol analysis: simple triggering and decoding of serial buses
* Digital voltmeter/frequency counter: key signal parameters at a glance
((Results-oriented: fast and precise))
* Fast time to results: turn on, measure and done
* Signal details at the push of a button: QuickMeas
* Settings in seconds: mask test
* Focus on details: search and navigation
* Integrated: FFT analysis
* In focus: digital voltmeter and frequency counter

((Accurate: down to the mV))
* 1 mV/div: full measurement bandwidth
* Frontends: low noise and low crosstalk
* Deep memory: long sequences at high resolutions
* To the point: comprehensive triggering capabilities

((Usability: smart concepts))
* Easy orientation: color-coded controls
* Two displays instead of one: VirtualScreen
* Error-tolerant: undo/redo function
* Remote control, data exchange: diverse interfaces
* Multilingual: choice of nine languages

((Extensible: more application power))
* Logic analysis: fast and precise testing of embedded designs
* Serial protocols: easy triggering and decoding
* Segmented memory: 460 Msample with history function
* Power analysis: current and voltage in detail
* Spectrum analysis: quickly identifying interactions between time and frequency