RoadTest Review: Rohde & Schwarz RTM3004 Oscilloscope (with Options!)

Over the past (nearly) two months, I’ve been kept quite busy in my spare time. What was it that was so exciting?

The Rohde & Schwarz RTM3004 oscilloscope with all options (except RTM-K18) included – that’s the answer!

This is a sweet piece of test equipment which is practically a dream to use with equally lofty specifications. Four analog channels with 1Ghz bandwidth, 16 digital channels with support for up to 400Mhz working frequency, integrated 4-bit pattern generator and function/arbitrary waveform generator, decoding for I2C/SPI/UART/CAN/LIN/I2S/MIL-STD-1553/ARINC 429 and 400Mpts segmented memory. Probes are included!

So how well did it hold up to my testing?

Find out in the Full RoadTest Review here!

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read all the detailed parts:
Chapter 1 – Market Survey
Chapter 2 – Unboxing
Chapter 3 – Usability Aspects
Chapter 4 – Protocol Analysis
Chapter 5 – Digital Probe Channels
Chapter 6 – Power Analysis
Chapter 7 – Arbitrary Waveform, Function and Pattern Generator
Chapter 8 – PC/LAN Connectivity and Software
Appendix: Making the Test Set-Up

PDF backup copy of all articles in ZIP (16.8MiB)

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