Agilent Technologies’ Infiniium 90000 X-Series oscilloscope has been selected as the winner of the prestigious Electron d’Or (gold electron) award in the ‘Instrumentation’ category.
The Electron d’Or award competition is sponsored annually by the French electronics magazine ElectroniqueS to recognise innovation in 12 areas of electronics. This is the third time that an Agilent product has received this award.
Agilent’s proprietary indium phosphide (InP) integrated circuit process enables high-frequency oscilloscope capability while yielding the industry’s lowest noise floor and jitter measurement floor. Custom aluminium nitride packaging technology combines five InP chips in the front-end multichip module, which incorporates unique noise shielding and heat dissipation techniques.
The Agilent 90000 X-Series oscilloscopes were introduced in April this year and are engineered for 32 GHz true-analog bandwidth that delivers what the manufacturer claims are the industry’s highest real-time scope measurement accuracy, the industry’s only 30 GHz oscilloscope probing system and the industry’s first application-specific measurement software.
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