Senior dignitaries visit Rohde & Schwarz pavilion
"Rohde & Schwarz is once again introducing its latest and cutting edge technology solutions in the field of Test & Measurement at the eighth international defence exhibition and seminar IDEAS-2014 in Karachi" the MD Rohde & Schwarz Pakistan Sameer Ahmad Siddiqi briefed the senior officials at the IDEAS2014. The officials in return appreciated the superior German technology and the investments made by the foreign company in Pakistan to strengthen the defence sector.
Copyright Business Recorder, 2014
A large number of guests from almost all walks of life which includes Defence, Education, Authorities, R&D centres and industries visited Test & Measurement exhibits at Rohde & Schwarz pavilion. Rohde & Schwarz showcased its fast and accurate, state-of-the-art real time Oscilloscopes R&S RTO, R&S RTE and R&S RTM. The continually growing oscilloscope portfolio of Rohde & Schwarz offers lot of new applications. With a whole set of new trigger and decoding options for its oscilloscope families, Rohde & Schwarz helps diverse user groups verify, test and debug their designs.
For users in the Aerospace & Defence sector, the R&S RTM, R&S RTE and R&S RTO oscilloscopes offer options for the MIL-1553 and ARINC protocols. For developers of mobile communications applications and embedded designs, Rohde & Schwarz has extended the range of applications of its R&S RTO high-performance oscilloscopes to include two new options for analysing MIPIRFFE, USB 1.0/1.1 and 2.0 interfaces. Users in the automotive sector can benefit from the extended conformance tests now available with the Broad R-Reach option. Rohde & Schwarz also has a new option that extends the maximum memory depth of the R&S RTM bench oscilloscope to an unrivalled 460 M sample per channel. The deep, segmented memory is extremely useful for seamless analysis of data sequences with long idle phases, such as pulsed signals and data packets on serial I²C buses.
Rohde & Schwarz also designed the new R&S CMA180 radio test set especially for manufacturing and maintaining analog radios in the frequency range from 100 kHz to 3 GHz. Equipped with a touch screen for easy operation, the new tester can generate test signals up to 20 MHz bandwidth and process high input power levels up to 150 W.-PR