PRODUCT

WFM2300 Series

Tektronix, the provider of broadcast video test, monitoring and analysis solutions, has expanded its family of waveform monitors with the addition of the portable WFM2300 Series, designed for install and maintenance applications.  

The company says the WFM2300 provides an array of measurement and monitoring features that allow engineers to quickly isolate, diagnose, and resolve system issues. The WFM2300 provides eye pattern and jitter measurement capability as well as cable simulator / margin tests, optical interfaces with SFP (Small Form factor Pluggable) module, Dolby E monitoring, s loudness meter and all the features available in the existing WFM2200.

'As the newest member of our of waveform monitor family, the WFM2300 benefits from decades of intensive R&D and customer feedback with many of the world's largest broadcasters who have relied on Tektronix waveform monitors,' said Eben Jenkins, general manager for the video product line atTektronix.  

'The WFM2300 is also an example of our commitment to innovation as it offers the market's first portable waveform monitors
equipped with multiple features required to support a variety of interfaces deployed into the broadcast facilities reducing the amount of equipment required in the field and overall operational costs.'

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