Oscilloscopes R&S RTO2000 and R&S RTP from Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz offers to boost the bandwidth of the RTO2000 or RTP oscilloscopes at no extra cost

  • Rohde & Schwarz is announcing an attractive promotion for some of its oscilloscope models: for the purchase of an R&S RTO2000 or R&S RTP, customers can benefit from increased bandwidth at no extra charge.
  • This promotion allows you to boost your bandwidth at a lower cost. Rohde & Schwarz is offering this promotion worldwide until 31 December 2020.

Thanks to the promotion called “Boost your bandwidth”, customers who purchase a four-channel oscilloscope from the R&S RTO2000 or R&S RTP series from Rohde & Schwarz can get an instrument that covers a higher bandwidth level at no extra cost. They can thus save up to 20,000 euros.

The RTO2000 range is available in several models offering frequency bands of 600 MHz, 1 GHz, 2 GHz, 3 GHz, 4 GHz and 6 GHz. For example, this promotional offer allows you to purchase a 1 GHz model for the price of a 600MHz model or a 4 GHz model for the price of a 3 GHz model.

The RTP family includes 4-channel oscilloscopes with a bandwidth of 4 GHz, 6 GHz and 8 GHz. This promotional offer thus allows for example to acquire a 6 GHz model for the price of a 4 GHz model or an 8 GHz model for the price of a 6 GHz model.

“We know that it is crucial that an oscilloscope has sufficient bandwidth for each of the applications for which it is used. By offering our customers the option of more bandwidth on their new oscilloscopes, we want to support our customers’ innovation efforts so that they can carry out their current and future projects,” commented Taehoon Kim, Vice President of the Oscilloscope Products Division at Rohde & Schwarz.

In particular, electronic devices use increasingly fast communication systems. It is therefore essential to have sufficient frequency bandwidth to carry out appropriate measures. Therefore, upgrading the bandwidth of its oscilloscope now to take advantage of greater frequency bandwidth makes it possible, according to Rohde & Schwarz, to be prepared for the challenges of tomorrow.