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Sampling Oscilloscope Firmware Downloads
Oct 2018
Anritsu Ltd.
LUTON, England, Oct. 3, 2018 — Sampling Oscilloscope Firmware DownloadsAnritsu Corp. has announced the start of new firmware downloads for the BERTWave MP2110A sampling oscilloscope.

The new firmware will increase the PAM4 analysis function from 26 to 53 Gbaud, targeting production and inspection of optical modules. As well as featuring both high-sensitivity and high-speed measurements, this release allows the MP2110A to support development and production-line inspection of next-generation QSFP-DD optical transceivers for deployment in data centers.

The BERTWave MP2110A is an all-in-one measuring instrument with built-in multichannel bit error rate tester (BERT) and sampling oscilloscope, supporting bit error rate (BER) measurements, eye mask tests, eye pattern analyses, high sampling speed of 250 kSample/s and a 3.4-μW low-noise, high-sensitivity O/E interface. The BERT and sampling oscilloscope are required instruments for evaluating optical modules used by optical communications systems.

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