Tektronix TDS3054B

TDS3054B Tektronix Digital Oscilloscope

500 MHz, 4 Channel, Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope

The TDS3054B is a 500MHZ, 4 channel digital oscilloscope from Tektronix. Measure voltage or current signals over time in an electronic circuit or component to display amplitude, frequency and rise times, etc. Applications include troubleshooting, production test, and design.

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Tektronix TDS3054B Features:

  • 500 MHz Bandwidth
  • Sample Rate: 5 GS/s
  • 4 Channels
  • Full VGA Color LCD
  • 25 Automatic Measurements
  • 9-Bit Vertical Resolution
  • FFT Standard
  • Multi-language User Interface
  • QuickMenu Graphical User Interface for Easy Operation
  • WaveAlert™ Automatic Waveform Anomaly Detection
  • OpenChoice™ Solutions Simplify Instrument Control, Documentation, and Analysis
  • e*Scope® Web-based Remote Control
  • Built-in Ethernet port
  • TDSPCS1 OpenChoice™
  • WaveStar™ Software
  • Integration with Third-party Software
  • Application Modules for Specialized Analysis
  • Advanced Analysis Module
  • Plug-in Printer for Portable Documentation of Results
  • TekProbe™ Interface Supports Active, Differential, and Current Probes for Automatic Scaling and Units


  • Digital Design and Debug
  • Video Installation and Service
  • Power Supply Design
  • Education and Training
  • Telecommunications Mask Testing
  • Manufacturing test
  • General Bench Test

The TDS3054B DPO delivers 3,600 wfms/s continuous waveform capture rate to capture glitches and infrequent events three times faster than comparable oscilloscopes. Some oscilloscope vendors claim high waveform capture rates for short bursts of time, but only DPOs can deliver these fast waveform capture rates on a continuous basis – saving minutes, hours or even days by quickly revealing the nature of faults so advanced triggers can be applied to isolate them.

In addition, the TDS3054B DPO’s real-time intensity grading highlights the details about the “history” of a signal’s activity, making it easier to understand the characteristics of the waveforms you’ve captured.