Tektronix Digital Oscilloscope


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Manufacturer Model Condition Description Specs
Tektronix MSO72004CGSA New (GSA discount) 20 GHz Mixed Signal Oscilloscope; 4 analog / 16 logic channels MSO72004CGSA
Tektronix TDS3032CGSA New (GSA discount) Oscilloscope, DPO, 300MHz, 2.5 GS/s, 2 Channel, Color Display, U.S.-origin product. Limited to GSA & US Government tenders which require Trade Agreement Act compliant products. TDS3032CGSA
Tektronix TDS3034CGSA New (GSA discount) Oscilloscope, DPO, 300MHz, 2.5 GS/s, 4 Channel, Color Display, U.S.-origin product. Limited to GSA & US Government tenders which require Trade Agreement Act compliant products. TDS3034CGSA
Tektronix TDS3054CGSA New (GSA discount) Oscilloscope, DPO, 500MHz, 5 GS/s, 4 Channel, Color Display, U.S.-origin product. Limited to GSA & US Government tenders which require Trade Agreement Act compliant products. TDS3054CGSA
Tektronix 11403A with 11A71 3rd party pre-owned Not-on-file(other-mfr) 11403A with 11A71
Tektronix 141A 3rd party pre-owned Not-on-file(other-mfr) 141A
Tektronix 2211 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 50MHz,20MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2211
Tektronix 2211 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 50MHz,20MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2211
Tektronix 222PS 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 10MHz,10MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 222PS
Tektronix 2230 3rd party pre-owned 100MHz 2 Channel Oscilloscope 2230
Tektronix 2230 3rd party pre-owned 100MHz 2 Channel Oscilloscope 2230
Tektronix 2232 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 100MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2232
Tektronix 2232 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 100MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2232
Tektronix 2232 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 100MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2232
Tektronix 2232 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 100MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2232
Tektronix 2247A 3rd party pre-owned Not-on-file(other-mfr) 2247A
Tektronix 2430 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 150MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2430
Tektronix 2430A 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 150MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2430A
Tektronix 2430A 3rd party pre-owned Oscilloscope, Digital: 150MHz,100MSa/s,2ch (Stand alone) 2430A
Tektronix 2465A 3rd party pre-owned Not-on-file(other-mfr) 2465A
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Example usage

The classic use of a scope is to diagnose a failing piece of electronic equipment. In a radio, for example, one looks at the schematic and tries to locate the connections between stages (e.g. electronic mixers, electronic oscillators, amplifiers).

Then one puts the scope's ground on the circuit's ground, and the probe of the scope on a connection between two of the stages in the middle of the train of stages.

When the expected signal is absent, one knows that some preceding stage of the electronics has failed. Since most failures occur because of a single faulty component, each measurement can prove that half of the stages of a complex piece of equipment either work, or probably did not cause the fault.

Once the failing stage is found, further probing of the defective stage can usually tell a skilled technician exactly which component is broken. Once the technician replaces the component, the unit can be restored to service, or at least the next fault can be isolated.

Another use is to check newly designed circuitry. Very often a newly-designed circuit will misbehave because of bad voltage levels, electrical noise or design errors. Digital electronics usually operates from a clock, so a dual-trace scope is needed to check digital circuits. "Storage scopes" are helpful for "capturing" rare electronic events that cause defective operation.

Another use is for software engineers who must program electronics. Often a scope is the only way to see if the software is running the electronics properly.