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Difference between 86100 sampling scope option 202 vs PLTS
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on Jan 30, 2012
on Feb 1, 2012 by JohnDorighi
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Is there a need to have option 202 in sampling scope (86100), if I already have PLTS software to manage time domain and frequency domain characterization. I believe PLTS software supersedes features of option 202, kindly suggest
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Feb 1, 2012 7:27 AM
Thanks for the questions. In general, PLTS is a superset of the 86100C/D /202 capability. One difference is the 86100C/D /202 updates the TDR and S-Parameter traces in real time as changes occur to the device under test. This is different than PLTS which captures and acquires the data for offline analysis. An important point is that 86100C/D /202 is not required to view S-Parameter using PLTS. PLTS will acquire the data in the time domain then perform the frequency converstion to S Parameters. Let me know if this helps or if you have questions and we can determine the next steps.
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