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2013 R&D 100 Winner
Agilent's Infiniium 90000 Q-Series OscilloscopeAs engineering challenges go, it’s exceptionally hard to deliver a flat frequency response from direct current (DC) to 63 GHz. The Infiniium 90000 Q-Series Oscilloscope, developed by Agilent Technologies, has achieved this milestone while also delivering the industry’s best signal integrity. The 90000 Q-Series offers industry-leading, real-time oscilloscope bandwidth (63 GHz on two channels, 33 GHz on four channels), combined with the industry’s lowest noise and jitter measurement floor and the industry’s deepest memory (2 Gpts), in order to provide the most accurate representation of the fastest signals. The 90000 Q-Series’ bandwidth and low noise/jitter has enabled measurements that were previously impossible to do on a real-time oscilloscope, such as terabit Ethernet and ultra-wideband measurements. Agilent Technology’s RealEdge technology, which utilizes hybrid filter bank technology, enables ultra-high bandwidths while preserving the signal integrity to the oscilloscope graticule.

Technology
Oscilloscope

Developers
Agilent Technologies Inc.


Development Team

Agilent Technologies Inc.'s Infiniium 90000 Q-Series Oscilloscope development team. Back row (l-r): Steve Tursich, Ralph Urban, Nick Fernandez, Dave Dascher. Front row (l-r): Brad Doerr, Marty Grove, Ken Rush, Steve Draving.

 










Agilent Technologies Inc.'s Infiniium 90000 Q-Series Oscilloscope development team (l-r): Eric Ehlers, Robb Shimon, Don Cook.

 










The Infiniium 90000 Q-Series oscilloscope Development Team from Agilent Technologies Inc.
Brad Doerr, Principal Developer
Don Cook
Morgan Culver
Dave Dascher
Steve Draving
Eric Ehlers
Nick Fernandez
Marty Grove
Ken Rush
Robb Shimon
Steve Tursich
Ralph Urban

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