Tektronix Plans ECOC Demonstrations

Test vendor announces its plans for September's ECOC show in Valencia, Spain, including a demonstration of optical modulation analysis for long-haul and other test offerings.

July 8, 2015

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BRACKNELL, UK -- Tektronix, the world's leading manufacturer of oscilloscopes, announced today that the company will be showcasing a wide-range of optical test and measurement products and solutions at ECOC 2015 (Stand 435) which takes place from 28.-30.09.2015 in Valencia, Spain.

Tektronix will showcase a wide range of applications to test the world’s most complex components for coherent optical and communication design which include the following:

  • 40 Gb/s stressed pattern generation for high speed datacom and telecom test

    • 40 Gb/s multi-channel BER measurements and analysis for stressed receiver testing of data communications designs

    • 400G coherent optical modulation analysis for long-haul network design testing

    • 25G opto-electrical testing for validation of the critical 100GBASE-SR4 specification

      Tektronix will provide attendees with hands-on demonstrations and technical advice to help them solve their individual test and measurement challenges. On the stand will be the new DPO70000SX 70 GHz ATI Performance Oscilloscope featuring the lowest-noise and highest effective bits of any ultra-high bandwidth real-time oscilloscope available on the market.

      “I encourage ECOC visitors to attend the Tektronix open customer technology forum, presented by leading optical research and commercial enterprises at our booth. The various presentations will demonstrate, how they used Tektronix technology measurement solutions to solve complex coherent optical and communication design challenges,” said Dean Miles, Technical Marketing Manager at Tektronix. “We are looking forward to demonstrating these new solutions at the show. In addition visitors to the Tektronix booth will be able to participate in a prize draw to win an Apple Watch.”

      Tektronix Inc.

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