Tektronix泰克 TSO820 and TSO8C17/18 Datasheet
简介：Tektronix泰克 TSO820 and TSO8C17/18 Datasheet The 8 Series Sampling Oscilloscope provides a comprehensive optical test sol...
The 8 Series Sampling Oscilloscope provides a comprehensive optical test solution for telecom and datacom applications, as well as general purpose optical component testing. The TSO8C17 and TSO8C18 optical modules provide > 30 GHz optical bandwidth, plus fully integrated Optical Reference Receivers (ORR)1 enabling both single mode and multi-mode conformance testing at 850 nm, 1310 nm, and 1550 nm bands.
Compliance test for 50G, 100G, 200G, and 400G IEEE 802.3TM standards such as 400GBASE-FR8, 400GBASE-DR4, and similar optical direct detect standards. The TSO820 Sampling Oscilloscope is also designed to support high speed NRZ standards such as 100 Gb Ethernet (100GBASE-LR4 or similar) that operates at a rate of 25.78125 Gb/s. Stay up-to-date on the latest standards changes by updating or adding new measurement plug-ins as they are released.
Traditional oscilloscopes perform measurements on-device with the specific processor that the instrument was shipped with. However, that processor becomes obsolete over time, and makes speed upgrades to the analysis platform impossible. The 8 Series Sampling Oscilloscope turns this notion upside-down and features a disaggregated architecture, which means that the acquisition hardware and analysis platform have been separated. Since TSOVu can be installed on any Windows 10 machine, users now have the freedom to choose the laptop readily available in the lab, a server connected to the network, or anything in between.
The 8 Series Sampling Oscilloscope has been designed with modularity in mind. The TSO820 mainframe features the two module slots that are compatible with TSO8C17 and TSO8C18 optical modules, as well as future other modules. The oscilloscope mainframe can be reconfigured on the spot by removing or inserting modules through the top of the instrument. As testing requirements evolve, scale or change capabilities to match current testing needs without sending the instrument in for factory reconfiguration.
When connecting to the TSO820 using TSOVu, any changes to the hardware configuration will be reflected by the user interface . The module type, serial number, calibration information, and so on are accessed via TSOVu or PI queries.
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