History

1981: C1-91/3 12-GHz Plug-in Oscilloscope
1983: C1-91/4 18-GHz Plug-in Oscilloscope



• 12 or 18 GHz Bandwidth • 2 Channels Loop-through sampler
• 2 to 200 mV/div Vertical Sensitivity • 10 ps/div faster Time Base Scale
• 10 GHz Trigger Bandwidth • 20 ps p-p Trigger Jitter
• 3% Vertical and Horizontal Accuracy • Three 50-ps Rise Time Step Generators
• Delta Voltage and Delta Time Measurements
• 70 ns Dual-channel Delay Line



Six plugs were designed for examining very fast repetitive signals for use with series of general-purpose analog, storage and dual-beam oscilloscopes:

• Two time base units JA4S-101 (10 ps/div, up to 10 GHz trigger), JA4S-95 (20 ps/div, up to 5 GHz trigger).

• Two dual-channel sampling units JA4S-100 (18 GHz) and JA4S-96 (12 GHz).

• Voltage Step Generator JA4S-89 with three 50-ps rise time pulse heads.

• Dual-channel 70-ns delay line JA4S-102 with 2.3 GHz bandwidth.


During 10 years there were manufactured more then 2000 pcs. of 12-GHz oscilloscopes, and more then 2000 pcs. of 18-GHz oscilloscopes


1982: C9-5 Digital Storage Oscilloscope



• Channels
• 5 MHz Bandwidth
• 1 mV/div Vertical Sensitivity
• 10 MHz Sample Rate
• 8 bits ADC Resolution
• 1 kpts/ch Record Length
• Electroluminescent Flat Display
• GPIB Interface



First Digital Storage oscilloscope designed in oscilloscope division of Vilnius Research and Development Institute of Radio - Measuring Instruments. During 8 years there were manufactured more then 700 oscilloscopes.


1985: C9-9 18-GHz Precision Digital Sampling Oscilloscope



• 18 GHz Bandwidth
• 2 Channels
• 5 to 200 mV/div Vertical Sensitivity
• 10 ps/div to 50 us/div Time Base Scale
• 2% Vertical and 1% Horizontal Accuracy
• 10 GHz Trigger Bandwidth
• Three 50-ps Rise Time Step Generators
• Powerful Processor Unit: Automatic Measurements, Cursors, Math, FFT, TDR



Correction in Time and Frequency Domain, Histograms 9" Electroluminescent Flat Display GPIB Interface First Digital Sampling Oscilloscope with microprocessor. During 15 years it have a status of the standard for fast electrical pulse measurements. Production was started one year before HP54120 model. During 8 years there were manufactured more then 200 oscilloscopes.


1987-1990: C9-20, C9-21, C9-22 and C9-23
Family of High-Performance DSOs with Plug-ins



• Up to 16 Channels
• Up to 50 MHz Bandwidth
• Up to 100 MHz Sample Rate
• 4 Acquisition Plug-ins
• 9" Electroluminescent Flat Display
• Powerful Processor Unit: Automatic Measurements, Cursors, Math, FFT
• GPIB Interface



The family of DSOs was optimized for transient waveform capture and resultant analysis both in time and frequency domain. These products are characterized by flexibility, resolution and dynamic range, long memories, and built-in analysis features for complete characterization of complex signals. Some tens of oscilloscopes were manufactured.


1990: C7-20
Digital Sampling Oscilloscope with Sampling Modules



• 2 Channels
• Four Sampling Modules:
* 1 GHz Bandwidth / 100 kOHm Sampling Probe
* 10 GHz Bandwidth N-connector Sampler,
* 18 GHz Bandwidth N-connector Sampler,
* 30 GHz Bandwidth SMA-connector Sampler
• 2 to 200 mV/div Vertical Sensitivity
• 10 ps/div to 10 us/div Time Base Scale
• 18 GHz Trigger Bandwidth 20 ps / 0.2 V, 70 ps / 10V
• Step Generators
• Powerful Processor Unit: Automatic Measurements, Cursors, Math, FFT, TDR, Correction in Time and Frequency Domain, Histograms 9" Electroluminescent Flat Display • GPIB Interface






The C7-20 digital sampling oscilloscope combines high bandwidth, different input coaxial connectors (including high-OHm probe), time domain reflectometer, superb stability, fully programmability. Application involves high-speed devices, circuit characterization, telecom analysis, or microwave design.


1994: C8-24, C8-25 and C8-26
Family of Wide-Bandwidth Portable DSO



• 2 Channels
• 250 MHz Bandwidth (C8-24)
• 500 MHz Bandwidth (C8-25)
• 1 GHz Bandwidth (C8-26)
• 10 MHz Sample Rate
• 8 bits ADC Resolution
• Up to 4 kpts/ch Record Length
• GPIB Interface
• 7 kg Weight



A family of DSOs designed for testing of single-shot and repetitive signals. The C8-24 oscilloscope provides 250 MHz bandwidth with 1 MOHm input impedance, while the top C8-26 oscilloscope provides 1 GHz bandwidth with 50 OHm input impedance All members of this family deliver surprising performance at affordable price. Some tens of oscilloscopes were manufactured.


1995: C7-23
Portable Digital Sampling Oscilloscope
with Sampling Modules



• 2 Channels
• For Sampling Modules:
* 1 GHz Bandwidth / 100 kOHm Sampling Probe:
* 12 GHz Bandwidth N-connector Sampler
* 18 GHz Bandwidth N-connector Sampler,
* 30 GHz Bandwidth SMA-connector Sampler
• 2 to 200 mV/div Vertical Sensitivity
• 10 ps/div to 10 us/div Time Base Scale 18 GHz Trigger Bandwidth
• 20 ps / 0.2 V, 70 ps / 10 V Step Generators
• Automatic Measurements, Cursors, Math, FFT, TDR, Histograms
• GPIB Interface
• 7 kg Weight









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