Tektronix DPO7000C Mixed Signal Oscilloscope Series (500 MHz - 3.5 GHz)

Tektronix DPO7000C 4-channel digital oscilloscopes from 500 GHz to 3.5 GHz. Models: DPO7054C, DPO7104C, DPO7254C and DPO7354C.

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Oscilloscopes Tektronix DPO7000C greatly simplify the analysis of complex analog signals, as well as signals of serial digital buses. With a single instrument, you can quickly diagnose and isolate problems in various systems. The top model in the series offers up to 40 GS/s sampling rates at 3.5 GHz bandwidth to capture rapidly changing signal details.

All DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes include 4 analog channels and a carefully crafted set of features to speed up all stages of debugging, from quickly detecting signal anomalies and capturing them, to finding specific events in recorded signals and analyzing their characteristics.

A wide range of advanced options further expand the application possibilities of the DPO7000C oscilloscopes, providing jitter analysis for high-speed interfaces, transient measurements in power electronics, comprehensive pulse signal analysis, and more. You can download a full description of all the characteristics of the Tektronix DPO7000C series below on this page in the section Documentation.

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Tektronix DPO7000C Series Key Features:
500 MHz, up to 20 GS/s, 4 channels (Tektronix DPO7054C model).
1 GHz, up to 20 GS/s, 4 channels (Tektronix DPO7104C model).
2.5 GHz, up to 40 GS/s, 4 channels (Tektronix DPO7254C model).
3.5 GHz, up to 40 GS/s, 4 channels (Tektronix DPO7354C model).
Record length: 25M points per channel (up to 125M points per channel with option 10RL).
Vertical resolution: 8 bits (11 bits in high resolution mode).
Sensitivity: 1 mV/div to 1 V/div in 1-2-5 steps.
Continuous waveform capture rate: over 250,000 wfms/s.
53 automatic measurements, FFT analysis (FFT), mathematical signal processing, cursor measurements, mask measurement, auxiliary histograms, etc.
Additional options: jitter and eye diagram analysis, power analysis, serial bus protocol analyzer: USB 2.0, I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN, FlexRay,
RS-232/422/485/UART, MIPI D-PHY DSI-1, CSI-2, 8b/10b, Ethernet and PCI Express.
Areas of use: development of complex digital and analog electronics, analysis and optimization of power circuits, development of embedded systems, measurement of jitter, etc.
Screen 30.7 cm (resolution 1024 x 768). Interfaces: USB, Ethernet, IEEE-488.2 (GPIB), etc.
Weight: 15 kg. Dimensions: 292 x 451 x 265 mm. Working temperature: from +5°С to +45°С.
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Tektronix DPO7000C oscilloscopes are part of the professional line of instruments and contain many features that make the work of the development engineer faster and easier. Equipped with four channels of excellent analog performance, these oscilloscopes provide bandwidth up to 3.5 GHz (for the DPO7354C) and a maximum digitization rate of 40 GS/s (for a single channel).

From the basic characteristics of the DPO7000C series, it is worth noting the high-quality 8-bit ADC, which in the averaging mode can provide more than 11 bits of vertical resolution. The input capture rate is excellent too, with FastAcq measuring over 250,000 waveforms per second and FastFrame over 310,000 waveforms per second. High acquisition speed is important for finding signal anomalies and analyzing fast transients.

Below, we'll look at the benefits that the DPO7000C Series delivers in each of the four phases of operation: detection signal of interest, capture and memory entry Search desired fragment in memory and its analysis using automatic and manual tools. Read about the additional features of these wonderful oscilloscopes below on this page in the section Documentation.

Tektronix DPO7104C oscilloscope (side view)
Tektronix DPO7104C oscilloscope (side view).


Detect signal of interest or anomaly

In order to fix a problem, you first need to identify it. Each developer has to spend time searching for problems in the device being developed, which, in the absence of the necessary tools, turns into a very tedious and time-consuming process.

The DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes offer the industry's most comprehensive set of signal visualization tools to help you gain a deeper understanding of what's going on in your device. Tektronix' proprietary FastAcq technology captures signals at over 250,000 waveforms per second to detect glitches and other transient events in seconds, revealing the true nature of failures. Display with technology digital phosphor shows the history of signal activity by coloring those areas of the screen where the signal appears more often in brighter colors. This allows you to visually assess the frequency of occurrence of anomalies.

Areas of the DPO7000C oscilloscope display that appear more frequently appear in brighter colors
Areas of the screen where the signal appears more frequently appear in brighter colors.


Signal or anomaly capture and memory recording

Finding a device malfunction is only the first step. After detection, it is necessary to record the event of interest in memory in order to establish the cause of its occurrence. To do this, the DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes include a complete set of triggers, including runt, glitch, pulse width, latency, edge, pattern, logic, setup/hold violation, window (mask), telecom, and serial data.

For debugging and verifying complex systems, the Tektronix DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes are equipped with the Pinpoint hardware trigger system, which, thanks to a special chip, provides more than 1,400 trigger combinations over the entire bandwidth of the oscilloscope. Most other systems offer triggering based on only one event (event A), and can only trigger on an edge.

The DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes also have powerful serial bus capture capabilities, from triggering on specific data packet content to automatically decoding a wide range of serial buses: I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN, FlexRay, RS-232/422/485/UART, MIL-STD -1553, Ethernet, USB 2.0, MIPI DPHY, etc.

An example of triggering a Tektronix DPO7000C series oscilloscope on a specific data packet transmitted over the RS-232 bus
An example of triggering an oscilloscope on a specific data packet transmitted via the RS-232 bus.


Search for the desired fragment of the signal in memory

Without the proper tools, finding an event of interest in a long signal record can be a very time consuming process. Given that a record length can contain millions of points, manually searching for an event means scrolling through several thousand waveform screens. But because Tektronix DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes offer the industry's most advanced auto-searching capabilities, your job will be much easier.

The DPO7000C oscilloscopes' automatic advanced event search and marking feature allows you to simultaneously search for up to eight different events and stop analyzing data when any one is found, saving you significant time. Also on the front panel of the device there are special controls that greatly simplify the work with the saved waveform.

The screenshot below shows the results of an automatic search for a runt or a short glitch in a long signal record. Each moment of detection of a runt or glitch is automatically marked, so that later it can be quickly found on the waveform and analyzed in detail.

Every moment of automatic detection of a runt or glitch is marked on the Tektronix DPO7000C waveform
Each moment of automatic detection of a runt or glitch is marked on the waveform.


Signal analysis with automatic and manual tools

In order to check the compliance of the technical characteristics of the prototype with the terms of reference and to make sure that it is capable of solving the tasks, it is necessary to analyze the various modes of operation. This process can require a wide variety of measurements, from simple rise time and pulse width tests to sophisticated insertion loss analysis, clock jitter measurements, and noise sources.

The DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes offer a comprehensive set of built-in analysis tools, including waveform and screen-based cursors, 53 automatic measurements, advanced math functions including equation editor, histogram plotting, and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). MATLAB and . NET for data analysis on a computer.

In addition, additional software options provide serial bus debugging and compliance testing, jitter and eye diagram analysis, power supply design, limit and mask testing, memory bus data analysis, wideband RF signal analysis, and more. Scroll options see further on this page.

The screenshot below shows an example of automatic signal analysis. A histogram plotted from the decay of the pulse helps to evaluate the dependence of the position of the transition on time (jitter). The lower part of the screen displays the numerical values of the measurement results obtained from this histogram.

The histogram plotted by the Tektronix DPO7000C oscilloscope on the signal pulse decay helps to evaluate the jitter of this signal.
A histogram based on the decay of the signal impulse helps to evaluate its jitter.


Tektronix DPO7000C Series Oscilloscope Specifications

Below is a list of key technical specifications for Tektronix DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes. For detailed technical specifications, see below on this page in the section Documentation.

Tektronix DPO7000C Series Oscilloscope Specifications
Key technical specifications for Tektronix DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes.


Tektronix DPO7000C Series Oscilloscope Package Contents

Name Short description
Tektronix DPO7054C 4-channel oscilloscope, 500 MHz, 5/10/20 GS/s (4/2/1 ch), record length: 25M points. for each channel
Tektronix DPO7104C 4-channel oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 5/10/20 GS/s (4/2/1 ch), record length: 25M points. for each channel
Tektronix DPO7254C 4-channel oscilloscope, 2.5 GHz, 10/20/40 GS/s (4/2/1 ch), record length: 25M points. for each channel
Tektronix DPO7354C 4-channel oscilloscope, 3.5 GHz, 10/20/40 GS/s (4/2/1 ch), record length: 25M points. for each channel
a plus
P6139B Passive probe, 500 MHz, 10X, 8 pF (x4)
- Basic version of DPOJET software. Function of advanced search and marking of events. Visual launch and search function. Limit monitoring function.
- Oscilloscope front panel protective cover
- Mouse
- Power cable
- Accessory bag
- User manual on CD
- Calibration certificate with traceability to NIST
- 1 year warranty (can be extended to 3 and 5 years)


Options and Accessories for Tektronix DPO7000C Series Oscilloscopes

Below is a list of the main options that can be equipped with Tektronix DPO7000C Series oscilloscopes to enhance their functionality. For a complete list of options and accessories with a detailed description, see below on this page in the section Documentation.

Key Options for Tektronix DPO7000C Series Oscilloscopes
Basic options for Tektronix DPO7000C series oscilloscopes.

This PDF documentation contains the most comprehensive description of the Tektronix DPO7000C 4-channel digital oscilloscopes, their specifications and modes of operation:

Description and characteristics of Tektronix DPO7000C oscilloscopes (in Russian) (30 pages; 2 MB)

Tektronix DPO7000C Oscilloscopes User Manual (Russian) (275 pages; 11 MB)

Tektronix DPO7000C Oscilloscope Programming Guide (English) (1,239 pages; 7 MB)

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