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Tektronix, Inc.

14200 S.W. Karl Braun Dr.
Beaverton, OR 97077
USA
WebSite: http://www.tek.com
Phone: 503-627-7111
Toll Free: 800-835-9433
Fax: 503-627-3678
   

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Scope upgrades seriously simplify serial-bus debugging
With debugging of today’s faster and more complex serial-bus standards becoming a major engineering productivity issue, a broad set . . .
Probe Considerations for Low Voltage Measurements such as Ripple
This application note describes considerations for making low voltage measurements using an oscilloscope and an oscilloscope probe. Ripple measurements . . .
Improving Vertical Resolution in Tektronix Digital Phosphor Oscilloscopes
When making high-resolution, low-voltage measurements, many oscilloscope users would benefit from a better understanding of oscilloscope operating modes and . . .
Scopes bring highest accuracy to high-bandwidth measurement
With bandwidths to 33 GHz, the DPO/DSA70000D Series oscilloscopes provide a critical feature rarely found in such high-performance instruments: . . .
Tektronix Acquires Veridae Systems, Inc.
Establishes Business Unit in Vancouver, British Columbia for On-chip Capture-based Validation and Debug Solutions . . .

Videos for Tektronix, Inc.:
A new 40 Gbit/s BERT system from Tektronix
Kipp Schoen from Tektronix talks about the new 40 Gbit/s Programmable Pattern Generator (PPG4001).
The 40 Gbit/s Programmable Pattern Generator (PPG4001) works with their previously announced 40 Gbit/s Programmable Error Detector. Together they offer 200 fs random jitter (RJ) and 8 ps risetime performance.
IMS2010-Tektronix booth
Tektronix/mesuro joint solution
Wally Arceneaux (sales and marketing) from mesuro demonstrates a joint solution between mesuro (www.mesuro.com) and Tektronix.
Tektronix moves to integrate single-chip functionality through instrumentation
Early in the summer of 2011, Tektronix acquired a small company, Veridae to move it's instrumentation business directly into the world of FPGA prototyping and verification.
Early in the summer of 2011, Tektronix acquired a small company, Veridae to move it's instrumentation business directly into the world of FPGA prototyping and verification. This NewTechPress interview with Brad Quinton, founder of Veridae and now in charge of Tektronix' embedded instrumentation group shows how the company sees the potential of the market and is driving a strategy toward reality.