SIGLENT Technologies Attends Electronica 2016 in Munich
Munich, Germany, November 8-11, 2016, SIGLENT Technologies once again has exhibited at this year’s Electronica show, held every other year at the International Congress Center in Munich. This was Siglent’s fourth consecutive Electronica event as a exhibitor. The Electronica Munich show is considered as one of the largest and most important electronics-related trade fair in the world.At Siglent’s first small booth in 2010 the company displayed only two products. But at this year’s exhibition Siglent was proud to have nearly 20 instruments on display!
Figure 1: SIGLENT staff discuss product applications with visitors
SIGLENT displayed a wide variety of test & measurement products at this year’s show in Munich. Of particular interest to customers was Siglent’s new SSA3000X family of spectrum analyzers, a product that was 3 years in development. The SSA3000X features a large 10.1 inch WVGA (1024 * 600) display, -161 dBm/Hz displayed average noise level (DANL) and -98 dBc/Hz offset phase noise (1 GHz typical, 10 KHz offset). Frequency range is 9 KHz to 2.1 GHz or 3.2 GHz, depending on model. Available options include tracking generator, advanced measurement kit, reflections measurement kit, and EMI measurements option.
Figure 2: JasonChonko, Senior Marketing Application Engineer of SIGLENT Technologies America, introduces the SSA3000X spectrum analyzer
SIGLENT’s new function / arbitrary waveform generator, the SDG1000X was shown. The SDG1000X has the advantage of being able to generate square waves across its full frequency range. It also includes EasyPulse technology which provides the capability of generating low-jitter pulse waveforms across a very wide range of frequencies, pulse widths, and transition times.
Customers also had the opportunity to check out the popular SDG2000X function / arbitrary waveform generator. With frequencies up to 120 MHz, interpolated sampling rate of 1.2 GSa/s, and 16 bit vertical resolution, the SDG2000X also includes a touch-screen display and innovative EasyPulse and TrueArb technologies. TrueArb ensures that every waveform data point of an arbitrary waveform in the memory can be outputted point-by-point without missing or repeating any point. Low-jitter outputs of arbitrary waveforms between 8 and 8M points using variable sampling rates of 1 uSa/s to 75 MSa/s can be achieved.
Siglent Technologies began its life designing and building oscilloscopes. Today, SIGLENT has more models of oscilloscopes than any other type of instrument. With a maximum 300 MHz bandwidth and 140 Mpts of memory, Siglent’s SDS2000X family of scopes come with a maximum sampling rate of 2 GSa/s, an impressive 500,000 wfm/s waveform capture rate and selectable 256-level intensity/color temperature display modes. The SDS2000X series supports numerous intelligent triggering modes, serial bus triggering and decoding, history and sequence memory modes, enhanced resolution (Eres) mode and high-speed Pass/Fail testing.Available options include integrated 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator, 16-bit parallel digital inputs (MSO), digital triggering and decoding, and power analysis.
Figure 4 Steve Barfield, general manager of SIGLENT Technologies America, demonstrates the SDS2104X oscilloscope
Figure 5 SIGLENT employees from Asia, the United States, and Germany were on hand to meet with customers
Electronica has seen the continuing
growth of SIGLENT since first exhibiting in 2010. We look forward to seeing you
again at Electronica 2018!