LabMaster 10Zi-Aシリーズカタログ(英文)

LabMaster 10Zi-Aシリーズカタログ(英文)
LabMaster 10 Zi-A
High Bandwidth
Modular Oscilloscopes
20 GHz – 100 GHz
Key Features
• Up to 100 GHz Industry leading
The LabMaster 10 Zi-A series of real-time oscilloscopes boasts the
• Acquisition module configurations
240 GS/s. This world-leading performance is key to acquiring, analyzing
analog bandwidth
with up to:
– 4 channels at 36 GHz
– 2 channels at 65 GHz
– 1 channel at 100 GHz
• Up to 240 GS/s sample rate
• Long Memory - Up to 1.5 Gpt/ch
• Modular Design - build a system
with up to 20 acquisition modules,
– 80 channels at 36 GHz
– 40 channels at 65 GHz
– 20 channels at 100 GHz
• ChannelSync™ Architecture for
130 fs matching between channels
• Multi-Lane eye, Jitter and Noise
Analysis with SDAIII-CompleteLinQ
• Optical Modulation Analysis with
• PAM4 Eye, Jitter and Noise
Measurements with PAM4 Signal
• Industry’s only true hardware
14.1 Gb/s serial trigger
world’s highest bandwidth and fastest sampling rate at 100 GHz and
and understanding the fastest phenomena found in R&D labs, where
engineers are working on next-generation communication systems, high
bandwidth electrical components and fundamental scientific research.
The Fastest Oscilloscope for
the Most Demanding Signals
Sophisticated Software for
Sophisticated Analysis
Whether working on communications
The LabMaster 10 Zi-A Series offers
technology capable of terabit/s symbol
an extensive set of standard math
rates, analyzing the quickest and most
tools and add-on software packages
energetic laser pulses, or building
that integrate seamlessly into the
links using high speed NRZ or PAM4
oscilloscope “MAUI” interface.
technologies, the LabMaster 10 Zi-A is
LabMaster 10 Zi-A oscilloscopes excel
the ideal tool for acquiring, displaying
at performing in-depth analysis of
and analyzing the highest-bandwidth
complicated signals. For NRZ signals,
electrical signals.
the SDAIII-CompleteLinQ package
compares eye, jitter and noise on up to
For more channels at the highest
four lanes, simultaneously. The Optical-
bandwidths, multiple LabMaster
LinQ package simplifies analysis of
acquisition modules can be combined
coherent optical signals such as
with one Master Control Module to
DP-QPSK and DP-16QAM. PAM4 Signal
build a system of up to 80 channels at
Analysis enables the industry’s only
36 GHz, 40 channels at 65 GHz, or even
true eye, jitter and noise measurements
20 channels at 100 GHz. ChannelSync
on PAM4 signals. Since leading-edge
technology ensures precise timing
technologies often require custom
synchronization by design - channel-to-
analysis, LabMaster 10 Zi-A also comes
channel jitter of only 130 fs exceeds the
standard with the ability to run
performance of “single-box” systems.
MATLAB scripts in-stream.
World’s Highest Bandwidth
Real-Time Oscilloscope
The LabMaster 10 Zi-A modular oscilloscope breaks
bandwidth, sample rate, and channel count barriers,
providing more “bandwidth density” than any other
oscilloscope. Its modular design provides the simplest
upgrade path in bandwidth and number of channels. In
one acquisition module, it provides four channels at
36 GHz with the ability to expand to 20 modules, for
80 channels of simultaneous acquisition.
Performance across multiple modules is guaranteed with
ChannelSync, which ensures precise synchronization
of all channels in all acquisition modules using a single
distributed 10 GHz clock and a single trigger circuit.
Synchronization is identical to that provided with a single
oscilloscope, <130fsrms jitter between all channels.
The modular design means the LabMaster 10 Zi-A
is future proof and upgrading is easy. Start with one
acquisition module and add more channels or higher
bandwidth modules later as needed.
No bitrate or symbol rate is too high for the
LabMaster 10 Zi-A, with its industry-leading bandwidth
and sample rate. LabMaster 10 Zi-A is perfect for
10-16 Gb/s technologies such as 40/100 GBASE-R
Ethernet, SAS12, and PCI Express Gen4 that benefit from
80 GS/s on four or more channels at up to 36 GHz.
Ultra-high speed technologies, such as CEI-25/28,
CEI-56, and coherent optical formats including DP-QPSK,
16-QAM, MIMO benefit from 65 or 100 GHz bandwidths
and four or more channels.
A LabMaster 10 Zi-A oscilloscope that
provides one channel at 100 GHz, one channel
at 65 GHz and four channels at 36 GHz
1. World’s Highest Performing Real-Time Oscilloscope —
100 GHz bandwidth, (3.5 ps risetime20 – 80%),
240 GS/s sample rate, up to 1.5 Gpts of analysis memory
2. Modular — start with four channels and grow the system
over time.
3. Wide bandwidth upgrade range from 20 to 100 GHz
provides long-term investment protection
4. ChannelSync architecture utilizes a 10 GHz distributed
clock for precise alignment of all acquisition systems
5. Single trigger circuit for all modules eliminates additive
trigger jitter that occurs with 10 MHz clocking and trigger
synchronization of multiple conventional oscilloscopes
6. Simple modular setup, just connect and acquire signals.
7. 325 MB/s data transfer rate from the LabMaster to a
4 10 5 13
separate PC with Teledyne LeCroy Serial Interface Bus
(LSIB) option
8. Server-class multi-core processor combines with
X-Stream II streaming architecture for fast acquisition
and analysis — 20 cores of processing power and
32 GB of RAM standard, expandable to 192 GB
9. Utilize the built-in 15.3” widescreen (16 x 9) high resolution
WXGA color touch screen display or connect a monitor with
up to WQXGA 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution
10. Highly stable timebase (50fsrms) for ultra-low intrinsic jitter,
enabling low Jitter Measurement Floor even over long
11. Deepest standard toolbox with more measurements,
more math, more power
12. Eye Doctor™ II and Virtual Probe Signal Integrity Toolsets
provide real-time de-embedding, emulation, and
equalization on serial data channels
13. Up to 14.1 Gb/s Serial Trigger available – 80-bit NRZ,
8b/10b and 64b/66b symbol triggering
Add up to twenty acquisition modules for 20
channels at 100 GHz, 40 channels at 65 GHz or
80 channels at 36 GHz.
For over 30 years, Teledyne LeCroy
has consistently shown industry
leadership by pushing forward the
limits of oscilloscope performance
and waveshape analysis. The
LabMaster 10 Zi-A continues this
tradition of engineering excellence,
incorporating custom chip design
and patented innovations to
reach unprecedented digitization
performance: 100 GHz bandwidth
and 240 GS/s sample rate.
Capturing and Characterizing
the Fastest Phenomena
Acquisition and analysis of femtosecond laser pulse by LabMaster 10-100Zi-A.
Scientific research of phenomena
that occur at the shortest timescales
provides unrivaled matching between
require the fastest digitization speeds.
channels: less than 130 fs channel-
At 240 GS/s, samples are acquired at
to-channel jitter. Such precision is not
time intervals of 4.17 ps, 50% faster
possible with conventional methods
than the next-fastest digitizer, yielding
of synchronizing two independent
excellent signal reconstruction.
oscilloscopes. This synchronization is
For applications and experiments
key for applications requiring closely
requiring multiple channels, the
matched channels, such as optical
patented ChannelSync architecture
modulation analysis.
Courtesy of Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Holmdel, NJ.
I & Q components from 160 GBaud QPSK
signals are captured by a two-channel
LabMaster 10-100Zi-A oscilloscope.
Custom Chip Design
Digital Bandwidth Interleaving
The LabMaster 10 Zi-A acquisition
Digital Bandwidth Interleaving
system utilizes multiple custom
uses high-precision diplexers and
monolithic ICs, including designs
mixers to split the input signal into
for the track & hold, analog-to-digital
separate 36 GHz bands for digitization,
converters and fast acquisition
and recombines them to achieve
memory. These designs are at the
record breaking bandwidths. DBI
heart of our industry-leading 4 channel
technology, first used in 2005, is
36 GHz, 80 GS/s design. No other
now in its 8th generation in the
4-channel oscilloscope on the market
LabMaster 10-100Zi-A, where it
achieves 36 GHz bandwidth.
is almost triples the 36 GHz ADC
bandwidth to 100 GHz. In the
LabMaster 10-65Zi-A, DBI is used in a
doubler configuration to achieve
65 GHz bandwidth.
LabMaster 10 Zi-A is uniquely
suited to the demands of highspeed SerDes characterization.
For differential signalling requirements, the LabMaster 10-65Zi-A
provides two channels at 65 GHz,
and accurately characterizes
28 – 32 Gb/s signals. Oscilloscope
risetime20 – 80% is an impressive 4.9 ps, a necessary speed
when the unit interval (UI) is
a mere 36 ps wide (or less).
The 1024 Mpts/Ch acquisition
memory provides the ability to
capture very long waveforms,
permitting deterministic jitter (Dj)
decomposition on long patterns
— something not possible in a
sampling oscilloscope. Two input
channels provides the ability to
input a differential signal pair into
the oscilloscope, eliminating the
bandwidth, noise, and accuracy
constraints inherent in a separate,
external differential amplifier.
Multiple Configurations
Provide Flexibility
In addition to 2 channels at 65 GHz,
Superior Serial
Data/Crosstalk Analysis
and Debug Tools
a LabMaster 10-65Zi-A system will
Teledyne LeCroy’s SDAIII-CompleteLinQ
also provide 4 channels at 36 GHz
Serial Data and Crosstalk Analysis
for testing and debugging of multiple
products provide unique capability
lanes at lower bandwidth. This can be
to simultaneously calculate, display
especially useful for crosstalk analysis
and compare eye diagrams, jitter
or lane skew testing when multiple
and noise measurements from four
lanes are deployed. Thus, a 65 GHz
separate lanes or one lane probed or
LabMaster can deployed in a variety of
modeled in four different locations.
ways and serve many important
EyeDoctorII and VirtualProbe tools use
application needs in the same lab. For
S-parameters to de-embed/emulate
the fastest digitization possible, use
fixtures and interconnects and show
the 100 GHz LabMaster 10-100Zi-A
you the signal where you can’t put a
acquisition module. Multiple
probe. Use the optional 14.1 Gb/s
MCM-Zi-A Master Control Modules
true-hardware serial trigger for
and Acquisition Modules can even be
capturing rare events. A variety of serial
mixed and matched as needs change.
decode annotations are available for
common encoding schemes, as well
as serial protocols. Teledyne LeCroy’s
combination of serial decoders and
ProtoSync™ protocol analysis views
permits link layer debugging on initial
SerDes transmissions before protocol
analyzer hardware is typically available.
LabMaster 10 Zi-A combines
the world’s fastest real-time
bandwidth and four input
channels with pristine signal
fidelity to meet the advanced
research and development
requirements for optical coherent
modulation analysis on long-haul
telecommunication systems.
The World’s Leading
Optical Modulation Analyzer
Premiere Performance
The LabMaster 10Zi-A is a key
LeCroy / Coherent Solutions OMA.
component of the world’s highest-
DP-QPSK signals with baud rates
performance OMA solution. Teledyne
up to 130 GBaud are detectable
LeCroy have teamed up with
by integrating an industry leading
Coherent Solutions Ltd to provide the
coherent receiver (with 70 GHz
other half of the solution. The IQS
electrical bandwidth) with a 4-channel
Series Coherent Optical Receiver is
LabMaster 10-65Zi-A oscilloscope.
seamlessly integrated and controlled
The analyzer runs the Optical-LinQ
by Optical-LinQ analysis software,
software package, which includes all of
providing the most powerful and
the software tools and DSP algorithms
flexible OMA solution on the market.
to completely characterize the optical
No other OMA on the market delivers
the performance of the Teledyne
signal under test.
IQS Series Coherent
Optical Receiver
• U p to 70 GHz electrical
outputs for X & Y polarization
of I & Q signals.
• Built in LO, C and/or L band
•Laser wavelength/frequency
and power adjustable via
Optical-LinQ or front panel
LabMaster 10-65Zi-A and IQS70
LabMaster 10-36Zi-A and IQS42
70 GHz Coherent Optical Receiver
42 GHz Coherent Optical Receiver
OMA system bandwidth: 65 GHz
Max detectable baud rate: 130 GBaud
OMA system bandwidth: 36 GHz
Max detectable baud rate: 72 Gbaud
The Optical-LinQ software
package performs optical
modulation analysis when using
either the integrated IQS-series
receiver or other coherent receiver.
Extensive set of analysis tools
The Optical-LinQ software from
Coherent Solutions includes an
extensive selection of visualizations
that let users gain a complete
understanding of the quality and
impairments in the transmitted
optical signal. Visualizations include
constellations, trajectories, eye
Analysis of a DP-QPSK optical signal.
diagrams and tracks, of I, Q, phase
measurements include EVM%, I & Q
Use Built-in or Custom
DSP Algorithms
Complete Modulation
Format Support
Bias Error, Quad Error, IQ Skew and
Test and validation of digital signal
Optical-LINQ comes with pre-set
offset. See the OMA brochure for
processing (DSP) algorithms is a vital
support for many of the common
complete information.
part of the transceiver development.
optical modulation formats, including
Optical-LINQ is equipped with built-in
QPSK, 16QAM and 64QAM. If you
DSP algorithms for polarization
are developing or working with
de-multiplexing, dispersion
non-conventional modulation formats,
compensation and carrier recovery
you can define your own format
such as CMA, MMA, and Viterbi &
using Optical-LINQ’s powerful custom
Viterbi to use as tested reference
modulation format definition capability
EVM, and much more. Parametric
True BER analysis
Optical-LINQ offers both quick and
convenient BER Estimates along with
true and accurate BER counting
capabilities. The BER set up panel
allows the configuration of the coding
scheme from one of the common preset options, or any custom-defined bit
sequence and multiplex options.
algorithms. The custom code
integration feature permits validation of
custom algorithms in MATLAB format.
The Teledyne LeCroy SDAIII-CompleteLinQ
Serial Data Analysis products contain multilane eye and jitter analysis, LaneScape™
comparison modes, vertical noise measurements, and crosstalk analysis tools. These
capabilities provide the deepest insight into
the behavior of multi- or single-lane serial
data systems.
SDAIII Core Toolset
Teledyne LeCroy provides the most complete toolset in
the industry for jitter measurements and eye diagram/
jitter analysis. Rj and Dj are separated and Dj is
decomposed using one of three dual-Dirac algorithms.
Eye diagrams containing all acquired unit intervals are
rendered 10-100x faster than competitive systems.
Eye diagram analysis tools, such as the extrapolated
IsoBER plot, aid
insight. Multiple
additional tools,
such as Tracks,
and Spectrum
Rj+BUj Analysis
enhance the
of jitter causes.
Sophisticated pattern
analysis tools, such as Intersymbol
Interference (ISI) measurements and plots,
provide deep insight into Data Dependent
Jitter (DDj) behavior.
Eye with IsoBER
Total Jitter
DDj Analysis with ISI Plot
Random Jitter
Deterministic Jitter
Bounded Uncorrelated Jitter
Data Dependent Jitter
Periodic Jitter
Other Bounded
Uncorrelated Jitter
Duty Cycle
Pj Analysis
Three Jitter Methodologies
Choose from three dual-Dirac models to separate jitter into total, random and deterministic components
(Tj, Rj, Dj). The Spectral Rj Direct method determines Rj directly from the jitter spectrum, and is the most
used algorithm. Spectral Rj+Dj CDF Fit follows the FibreChannel MJSQ model. In situations where large
amounts of crosstalk/BUj raise the spectral noise floor, the NQ-Scale method will provide more accurate
separation of Rj and Dj, and therefore more accurate Tj results.
Measure up to 4 Lanes
“LinQ” products provide extensive multi-lane analysis
capabilities. Quickly understand lane-to-lane
differences in jitter measurements, eye diagrams,
and jitter analysis. Perform aggressor
on/off analysis, and see the results from both
scenarios simultaneously. Save the analysis of
a particular scenario to the Reference Lane, and
configure a LaneScape™ Comparison mode to
compare the Reference to either one, two or all
lanes. Each “lane” can be a different serial data
lane, or a different analysis of data from a single
serial data lane - ideal for comparing different
equalization schemes (using Eye Doctor II option) or
examining system behaviors at different locations in the
lane (using probes or the VirtualProbe option).
Vertical Noise and Crosstalk
The Crosstalk and CrossLinQ packages provide vertical
noise measurements and crosstalk analysis tools for
complete aggressor/victim analysis. Use one of three dualDirac models to measure and separate noise into total (Tn),
random (Rn) and deterministic (Dn) components, and further
decompose Dn into Intersymbol Interference Noise (ISIn)
and Periodic Noise (Pn). Only Teledyne LeCroy performs
this analysis on real-time oscilloscopes. Similar to jitter
analysis, noise can be viewed as a noise track, histogram
and spectrum, providing insight into the vertical noise
resulting from coupling to other active serial data lanes or
other interference sources. The Crosstalk Eye shows the
probabilistic extent of noise both inside and outside the eye,
quickly showing the impact of excessive noise that is not
possible to see in a traditional eye diagram.
CompleteLinQ Does it All
The CompleteLinQ user interface framework provides easy access to all features
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described above, and also integrates EyeDoctorII and VirtualProbe capabilities
for Tx/Rx equalization and fixture/channel de-embedding/emulation. Order
SDAIII-CompleteLinQ to equip your oscilloscope with all of Teledyne LeCroy’s
Serial Data Analysis and Signal Integrity tools.
PAM4 signaling is seen as the next step in
the evolution of serial data signal formats,
allowing two bits of information to be transmitted per UI rather than one. Next generation
standards from OIF and IEEE including
CEI-56G-VSR and 100GBASE-KP4 utilize
PAM4 signaling. Teledyne LeCroy’s PAM4
analysis package extends our industry-leading
eye, jitter and noise analysis capabilities to
perform a complete analysis of all three eye
openings in a PAM4 signal.
Measure Eye, Jitter and Noise
For each of the three eye openings, the PAM4
software package performs a complete analysis
to determine the eye openings, jitter and noise
as a function of BER. Measurements for each
opening include: Eye Height, Width Tj, Rj, Dj, Tn,
Rn and Dn. Mean and RMS vales for each level
are also determined, as well as periodic noise
and jitter results.
Deeper Understanding with
Additional Views of Jitter and Noise
The PAM4 package includes the views of noise
and jitter utilized in the SDAIII-CompleteLinQ
package. Enhance understanding of jitter
and noise by displaying histograms, spectra,
bathtub and IsoBER curves for each eye
opening. PAM4 analysis is compatible with
EyeDoctorII, allowing users to de-embed
channel and fixture effects, emulate a channel,
or apply equalization.
VirtualProbe shows you the signal
where the probe is not located:
Virtually probe the signal at the
transmitter with the fixture present,
and then de-embed its
effects form the measurement.
View the signal between structures to
understand losses, ISI and
crosstalk caused by backplanes, interconnects and connectors.
As signal speeds and data rates
continue to rise, signal integrity effects
such intersymbol interference (ISI) and
crosstalk become more prevalent and
challenging. Use Teledyne LeCroy’s
Advanced Signal Integrity tools to
transform your measured signal to
include the effects of de-embedding,
emulation and equalization algorithms.
De-embed, Equalize and
Emulate with EyeDoctorII
Curious to know what your signal
would look like without fixture effects?
Do you need to understand how ISI
and crosstalk of a modeled channel
will affect your jitter margin? Or are
you seeking to determine which equalization schemes will do the best job of
opening a closed eye? The EyeDoctorII
package includes easy configuration of
basic de-embed/emulation scenarios,
CTLE, DFE and FFE equalizers, and
transmitter emphasis/de-emphasis.
See what the eye looks like at the
receiver - even if it is not in reach of
a differential probe.
Advanced De-embedding,
Emulation and Virtual Probing
The VirtualProbe package expands
the de-embedding and emulation
capabilities of EyeDoctorII. Configure
a multi-block circuit using modeled
S-parameters or measured with a
Teledyne LeCroy SPARQ (or other
VNA), and VirtualProbe will build the
transfer function that returns the
signal as it would appear before or
after any block in the circuit. The
electrical behavior of a block to
reflect and transmit signals can be
included, added or removed in order to
de-embed or emulate fixtures or channels. Probe loading effects can also
be removed. When used in conjunction with the Crosstalk, CrossLinQ or
CompleteLinQ SDAIII options, crosstalk between lanes can be modeled
using 8 and 12-port S-parameters.
Use the Teledyne LeCroy SPARQ to
measure these S-parameters at a
fraction of the price of a VNA.
Use EyeDoctor to open the eye by
modeling CTLE, FFE and DFE equalizers used by your receiver.
Use EyeDoctorII and
VirtualProbe with SDAIII
CompleteLinQ products
When using EyeDoctorII and
VirtualProbe on oscilloscopes enabled
within the SDAIII-CompleteLinQ
products, configure de-embedding,
emulation and equalization from the
same simple flow-chart dialog as all
other serial data analysis features.
When enabled with the “LinQ” option
to enable 4 lanes, users can configure
EyeDoctorII and VirtualProbe configurations on each lane, facilitating rapid
comparisons of different de-embedding and equalization setups.
Learn More
Connecting a problem with its root
cause often requires viewing the
signal in multiple domains. The
LabMaster 10 Zi-A allows you to
combine multiple analysis types into
a single, correlated display:
Analog signals
Protocol decodes
Eye diagrams
Jitter and noise breakdown
Measurement parameters
Frequency-domain traces
Serial Decode—A Whole
New Meaning to Insight
Over 19 different protocols are supported
with serial decoders. Use ProtoSync with
PCIe, USB, SATA, SAS, and Fibre Channel
to get a dual-display view of both
oscilloscope-generated decode annotations and protocol analyzer software
views. Search on protocol data in a table
and export table data to an Excel file.
Learn More
Get more insight with multiple views of your serial data transmissions.
More Trigger Capability Isolates
More Problems Quickly
Search and Scan to Understand
12 GHz Edge trigger, 14.1 Gb/s true-
eters or other conditions using WaveScan. Set complex conditions, view
hardware serial trigger (optional, includes
capability for 80-bit NRZ and 8b/10b
symbol, ten different SMART triggers,
four-stage Cascade™ triggering,
Measurement trigger, and TriggerScan™
are all standard and allow you to isolate the
problem quickly and begin to focus on
the cause.
Search a captured waveform for hundreds of different measurement paramsearch results on the waveform and in a table, and quickly zoom and jump to
an entry. “Scan” for events that can’t be triggered in hardware.
All Oscilloscope Tools are Not
Created Equal
LabMaster 10 Zi-A has the deepest standard
toolbox of any oscilloscope, providing more
measure, math, graphing, statistical, and other
tools, and more ways to leverage the tools
to get the answer faster. While many other
oscilloscopes provide similar looking tools,
Teledyne LeCroy allows the most flexibility in
applying the tools to any waveform.
Customized Tools
Only Teledyne LeCroy completely integrates
third party programs into the oscilloscope’s
processing stream by allowing you to create
and deploy a new measurement or math
algorithm directly into the oscilloscope
environment and display the result on the
oscilloscope in real-time! There is no need to
run a separate program, or ever leave the
oscilloscope window. Use C/C++, MATLAB,
Excel, JScript (JAVA), and Visual Basic to
create your own customized math functions,
measurement parameters, or other
control algorithms.
X-Stream II fast throughput streaming architecture makes difficult analysis and deep
insight possible. Above, an FFT is applied to a 50 Mpts waveform to determine root
cause failure. The high frequency resolution this provides enables deep insight into
signal pathologies.
Graphical Track, Trend,
and Histogram Views
Track plots measurement values on the
Y-axis and time on the X-axis to display a
measurement change time-correlated to the
original channel acquisition—perfect for intuitive understanding of behaviors in frequency
modulated (FM) or pulse width modulated
(PWM) circuits and jitter measurements,
including modulation or spikes. Histograms
provide a visual distribution representation of
a large sample of measurements, allowing
faster insight. Trends are ideal for plotting
slow changes in measurement values.
XDEV Customization software package being used to implement a 1 MHz
Butterworth filter using MATLAB®.
Capture a single clock channel (yellow) and display Track graphs and Histograms
simultaneously of multiple jitter parameters.
LabMaster 10 Zi-A leverages the unique
LabMaster ChannelSync architecture with
next-generation 8HP SiGe chipsets to
produce the world’s highest bandwidth,
four channel oscilloscope – 36 GHz. When
combined with patented DBI technology,
bandwidth nearly doubles and triples, to
65 GHz and 100 GHz, with sample rates of
160 GS/s and 240 GS/s.
LabMaster 10 Zi-A oscilloscopes are
fundamentally better – they are modular,
inherently upgradeable, and infinitely flexible
Typical LabMaster 10 Zi-A Systems
The Master Control Module (which includes the display) simply and
quickly connects to one or more acquisition modules to create
a functional, single oscilloscope package, but without the normal
input channel or bandwidth limitations—operation is the same as a
conventional oscilloscope. All waveforms are viewable on the built-in
15.3” display or on a variety of optional or user-supplied displays
(up to 2560 x 1600 resolution). The entire system design speaks to
a level of sophistication and integration not seen before in
laboratory equipment.
while retaining all the simplicity of operation
expected from a conventional oscilloscope.
LabMaster 10 Zi-A oscilloscopes can be
configured for massive numbers of channels
at up to 100 GHz – completely eliminating
technology and test barriers.
ChannelSync technology ensures precise
synchronization of all channels in all
acquisition modules by using a singledistributed 10 GHz clock and a single trigger
circuit. External clocking is not required, and
trigger jitter from multiple trigger circuits
is non-existent. Jitter between all channels
is an ultra-low <130 fsrms. Conventional
10 or 100MHz reference clocks simply
cannot achieve this level of performance.
Multi-module synchronization performance
is identical to that provided with a single,
standard oscilloscope package, and all
captured waveforms and analysis appears on
one oscilloscope display.
4 Channels at 36 GHz
The base configuration is a
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master
Control Module and a single
Acquisition Module. This
provides four channels at up to
36 GHz and 80 GS/s. Acquisition
modules are available at 20, 25,
30 and 36 GHz.
4 Channels at 65 GHz
8 Channels at 36 GHz
Build a 4-channel 65 GHz
oscilloscope by connecting two
acquisition modules. This system
can also be used as an 8-channel,
36 GHz oscilloscope. In addition to
65 GHz acquisition modules,
50 and 59 GHz units are available.
Master Control Module
The LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module provides the
display, control panel, CPU, and ChannelSync 10 GHz distributed clock to provides precise and unmatched synchronization
between all oscilloscope channels. High-speed PCIe cables
connect to the acquisition modules for control and data transfer.
The MCM-Zi-A includes a server-class CPU with Xeon™ E5-2680
v2 processors and 32 GB of RAM standard (up to 192 GB
optional). Coupled with Teledyne LeCroy’s X-Stream II architecture, the CPU muscles its way through the immense amounts of
acquisition data made possible by LabMaster 10 Zi-A.
Additional Acquisition Modules
LabMaster 10 Zi-A acquisition modules are available at a variety
of bandwidths, from 20 GHz to 100 GHz. All modules include four
channels at 36 GHz bandwidth. The 50, 59, and 65 GHz models
also provide 2 channels at the rated bandwidth; the 100 GHz
module includes 1 channel. Each acquisition module is tightly
integrated to the Master Control Module (MCM-Zi-A) with a
ChannelSync 10 GHz distributed clock and two PCIe cables. Up to
20 acquisition modules can be used in one system. All acquired
data is sent to the server-class CPU for processing.
ChannelSync Mainframe Hub
The OC910 oscilloscope cart is ideal for housing systems with
up to 4 acquisition modules.
Maximum Flexibility
Start with one Master Control Module and one
Acquisition Module. Upgrade Acquisition Modules
to include more memory or more bandwidth. Add
additional acquisition modules at any time without
returning equipment to the factory for modification
Easily expand beyond 5 acquisition modules with the
LabMaster CMH-20Zi ChannelSync Mainframe Hub. The CMH-20Zi
synchronizes up to 80 channels at 36 GHz with the same <130 fs
precise performance as 4-channel system. The hub redistributes
the 10 GHz clock and PCIe synchronization signals to up to 20
acquisition modules. One “card” is used for each connected acquisition module; cards can be purchased at any time to minimize the
upfront cost.
or re-calibration.
Key Features
• Compatible with LabMaster 10 Zi
converter shown with
supplied RF and
Power cables
Teledyne LeCroy’s OE695G wide-band optical-to-electrical converter is
ideal for measuring optical datacom and telecom signals with data rates from
622 Mb/s to 12.5+ Gb/s. Connection to a real-time Teledyne LeCroy
oscilloscope is through the 2.92 mm interface, with a provided adapter
to connect to ProLink interfaces.
(electrical, -3 dB)
• Reference receiver support from
8GFC to 10GFC FEC, or Custom
• Full bandwidth mode
(no reference receiver applied)
• 62.5/125 µm multi-mode or
single-mode fiber input
The OE695G contains built-in software
Calibration Option for
Maximum Accuracy
• Broad wavelength range
reference receiver filters for common
If guaranteed reference receiver re-
Fiber Channel, Ethernet, and ITU
sponse is required (±0.85 dB max
• +7 dBm (5 mW) max peak
telecom standards. These reference
through the passband, with a relaxed
receiver filters provide a 4-pole
requirement through 1.5*bit rate, per the
Bessel Thompson low pass filter
reference receiver requirement),
response for the combined oscilloscope
the optional OE695G-REFCAL may be
and optical-to-electrical (O-E) system
ordered with the OE695G. This will
with the -3dBe (electrical) at
provide a documented calibration
0.75*bit rate. Combined passband
response for the various standard
response (compared to ideal) is ±1.6dBe
reference receivers and up to 12.5Gb/s
(typical). If desired, a custom reference
“custom” reference receiver on all four
receiver for any bit rate up to 12.5Gb/s
oscilloscope channels at specific gain
can also be applied. Additionally, the
ranges (with typical response provided
OE695G can be operated without any
at other gain ranges).
Built-in Reference Receiver
reference receiver applied, providing
9.5 GHz of bandwidth at -3 dB and
Tr(10-90%) of approximately 45 ps when
used with a Teledyne LeCroy
oscilloscope of ≥ 20 GHz of bandwidth.
• Frequency range DC to 9.5 GHz
(750 to 1650 nm)
optical power
• Low noise (as low as 25 pW/√Hz)
• Ideal for Eye Mask, Extinction
Ratio, and Optical Modulation
Amplitude (OMA) testing
Ultra-wideband Architecture for
Superior Signal Fidelity
Teledyne LeCroy’s WaveLink® high
bandwidth differential probes utilize
advanced differential traveling wave
(distributed) amplifier architecture to
achieve superior high frequency analog
broadband performance.
Highest Bandwidth (25 GHz)
Solder-In Lead
Up to 25 GHz Solder-In performance
with system (probe + oscilloscope) rise
times equal to that of the oscilloscope
Ultra-compact Positioner
(Browser) Tip
The most compact positioner tip
browser with bandwidth up to 22 GHz
makes probing in confined areas easy.
Superior Probe Impedance
Minimizes Circuit Loading
Circuit and signal loading is reduced
by more than 50% with WaveLink high
bandwidth probes compared to competitive probes. In the mid-band frequency
range, the difference is even more
Superior Signal Fidelity and
Lowest Noise
WaveLink has exceptional noise performance. In fact, the combination of the
probe and the oscilloscope results in
measurement performance that is nearly
identical to that of a cable input.
D2505-A-PS 25 GHz probe system with Solder-In lead and browser positioner tip.
Rise Time (10–90%)
Rise Time (20–80%)
Noise (Probe)
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
13 GHz
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
16 GHz
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
20 GHz
Dxx05-SI Lead
25 GHz
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
32.5 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
28 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
20 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI Lead
17.5 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
24.5 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
21 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI and
Dxx05-PT Tips
15 ps (typical)
Dxx05-SI Lead
13 ps (typical)
< 14 nV/√Hz
(1.6 mVrms)
< 14 nV/√Hz
(1.8 mVrms)
< 18 nV/√Hz
(2.5 mVrms)
< 18 nV/√Hz
(2.8 mVrms)
Input Dynamic Range
2.0 Vpk-pk (±1.0 V) (nominal)
Input Common Mode
Voltage Range
±4 V (nominal)
Input Offset Voltage Range
(mid-band, typical)
Dxx05-PT Tip
22 GHz typical
20 GHz guaranteed
Dxx05-PT Tip
19 ps (typical)
Dxx05-PT Tip
14 ps (typical)
±2.5 V Differential (nominal)
Dxx05-SI Lead: 300 Ω at 6 GHz, 525 Ω at 13 GHz,
600 Ω at 16 GHz, 300 Ω at 20 GHz, 120 Ω at 25 GHz
Dxx05-PT Tip: 160 Ω at 6 GHz, 450 Ω at 13 GHz,
240 Ω at 16 GHz, 210 Ω at 20 GHz
S-parameters, Quick
The SPARQ signal integrity
network analyzers connect
directly to the device under
test (DUT) and to PC-based software
through a single USB connection
for quick, multi-port S-parameter
SPARQ is the ideal instrument
for characterizing multi-port
devices common in signal integrity
applications at a fraction of the
cost of traditional methods. It is
ideal for:
evelopment of measurementD
based simulation models
• Design validation
• Compliance testing
• High-performance TDR
• PCB testing
• Portable measurement
High-bandwidth, Multi-port
S-parameters for the Masses
S-parameter measurements are
most often produced by the vector
network analyzer (VNA), a difficult
instrument that is beyond many
budgets. SPARQ is very affordable and
simplifies measurements, making
S-parameters accessible to all.
PC-based, Small and Portable
Traditional instruments that produce
S-parameters are large and fundamentally stationary. The SPARQ, in contrast,
is small and weighs less than 20 lbs. It
connects to any standard PC through
a USB 2.0 interface, allowing SPARQ
to run where computing power is
easily upgraded.
VNA measurements begin with
the unpleasant and complex task
of calibration. This involves multiple
connections that can produce
misleading results due to operator
error. The SPARQ provides calibrated
measurements with a single connection to the DUT and offers simple
setup choices. Start and complete
the entire measurement with a single
button press.
Internal Calibration
SPARQ takes a revolutionary approach
to calibration by building in calibration
standards. This enables measurements to be made without multiple
connection steps and removes the
need for additional electronic calibration (ECAL) modules. Calibration
proceeds quickly without user intervention, so one can calibrate often without
resorting to the use of out-of-date
saved calibrations.
Characterize Crosstalk with
8 and 12-port SPARQs
Don’t just model crosstalk – measure
it. With the 8 and 12 port SPARQs,
characterize interconnects with two
and three differential lanes in order to
obtain S-parameters needed for simulations of aggressor/victim/aggressor
Standard (cont’d)
Math Tools
Advanced Customization
Display up to 8 math function traces (F1 – F8). The easy-to-use graphical
interface simplifies setup of up to two operations on each function trace,
and function traces can be chained together to perform math-on-math.
Provides capability to create a math function or measurement parameter in
MATLAB, Excel, C++, JavaScript, or Visual Basic Script (VBS) format and insert it
into the oscilloscope’s processing stream. All results are processed and
displayed on the oscilloscope grid, and are available for further processing.
Also permits the creation of customized plug-ins that can be inserted into the
scope user interface, control of the scope via Visual Basic scripts embedded in
customized functions, and use of Teledyne LeCroy’s Custom DSO capabilities.
absolute value
average (summed)
average (continuous)
(two waveforms)
deskew (resample)
difference (–)
enhanced resolution
(to 11-bits vertical)
exp (base e)
exp (base 10)
fft (power spectrum, magnitude,
phase, up to max Mpts)
interpolate (cubic, q
­ uadratic, sinx/x)
invert (negate)
log (base e)
log (base 10)
product (x)
ratio (/)
rescale (with units)
square root
sum (+)
zoom (identity)
Measure Tools
Display any 12 parameters together with statistics, including their average,
high, low, and standard deviations. Histicons provide a fast, dynamic view of
parameters and wave shape characteristics. Parameter Math allows addition,
subtraction, multiplication, or division of two different parameters.
∆ delay
duty cycle
falltime (90–10%,
80–20%, @ level)
level @ x
narrow band phase
narrow band power
number of points
+ overshoot
– overshoot
risetime (10–90%,
20–80%, @ level)
std. deviation
time @ minimum (min.)
time @ maximum (max.)
∆ time @ level
∆ time @ level
from trigger
x @ max.
x @ min.
Pass/Fail Testing
Simultaneously test multiple parameters against selectable parameter ­limits
or pre-defined masks. Pass or fail conditions can initiate actions including
­document to local or networked files, e-mail the image of the failure, save waveforms, send a pulse out at the front panel auxiliary BNC output, or (with the GPIB
option) send a GPIB SRQ.
Basic Jitter and Timing Analysis Tools
This package provides toolsets for displaying parameter values vs. time,
statistical views of parameters using histograms, and persistence view math
functions. These tools include:
• “Track” graphs of all parameters, no limitation of number
– Cycle-Cycle Jitter
– N-Cycle
– N-Cycle with
start selection
– Frequency @ level
– Period @ level
– Half Period
– Width @ level
– Time Interval
Error @ level
– Setup
– Hold
– Skew
– Duty Cycle @ level
– Duty Cycle Error
• Histograms expanded with 19 histogram parameters and up to 2 billion events
• Trend (datalog) of up to 1 million events
• Track graphs of all parameters
• Persistence histogram, persistence (range, sigma)
Software Options
SDAIII Serial Data Analysis Software (LM10Zi-SDAIII)
(Included in LM9Zi-SDAIII option, Standard on SDA MCM-Zi-A)
Total Jitter
A complete jitter measurement and analysis toolset with the SDAIII-CompleteLinQ
user interface framework. The CompleteLinQ framework provides a single user interface for “LinQ”, “Crosstalk”, “EyeDrII” and “Virtual Probe” capabilities (purchased
SDAIII provides complete serial data and clock jitter and eye diagram
measurement and analysis capabilities. Eye Diagrams with millions of UI are
quickly calculated from up to 512 Mpt records, and advanced tools may be used
on the Eye Diagram to aid analysis. Complete TIE and Total Jitter (Tj) parameters
and analysis functions are provided. Comparison of eye diagrams and jitter
analysis between captured lanes and one “reference” location is provided.
ime Interval Error (TIE) Measurement Parameter, Histogram, Spectrum and
Jitter Track
Total Jitter (Tj) Measurement Parameter, Histogram
Eye Diagram Display (sliced)
Eye Diagram IsoBER (lines of constant Bit Error Rate)
Eye Diagram Mask Violation Locator
ye Diagram Measurement Parameters
– Eye Height
– One Level
– Zero Level
– Eye Amplitude
– Eye Width
– Eye Crossing
– Avg. Power
– Extinction Ratio
– Mask hits
– Mask out
– Bit Error Rate
– Slice Width ­(setting)
• Q-Fit Tail Representation
• Bathtub Curve
• Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF)
• PLL Track
Jitter Decomposition Models
Three dual-dirac jitter decomposition methods are provided for maximum
measurement flexibility. Q-Scale, CDF, Bathtub Curve, and all jitter
decomposition measurement parameters can be displayed using any of the
three methods.
• Spectral, Rj Direct
• Spectral, Rj+Dj CDF Fit
• NQ-Scale
Random Jitter (Rj) and Non-Data Dependent Jitter (Rj+BUj) Analysis
• Random Jitter (Rj) Meas Param
• Periodic Jitter (Pj) Meas Param
• Rj+BUj Histogram
• Rj+BUj Spectrum
• Rj+BUj Track
• Pj Inverse FFT
Deterministic Jitter (Dj) Analysis
• Deterministic Jitter (Dj) Measurement Parameter
Software Options (cont’d)
Software Options (cont’d)
SDAIII Serial Data Analysis Software (continued)
Data Dependent Jitter (DDj) Analysis
• Data Dependent Jitter (DDj) Param
• Duty Cycle Distortion (DCD) Param
• InterSymbol Interference (ISI) Param
• Digital Pattern display
• DDj Plot (by Pattern or N-bit Sequence)
• DDj Histogram
• ISI Plot (by Pattern)
Reference Lane
• Compare current acquisition to Reference with a side-by-side or single
(tabbed) display mode
SDAIII “LinQ” Capability
(SDAIII-LinQ, SDAIII-CrossLinQ, and SDAIII-CompleteLinQ Options)
In addition to all SDAIII capabilities, “LinQ” options includes 4 lanes of simultaneous serial data analysis plus the reference lane. If EyeDrII or VirtualProbe are
purchased with SDAIII “LinQ” capability, then those capabilities are provided for
all four lanes.
Lanescape Comparison Mode
When multiple lanes are enabled for display, Lanescape Comparison Modes is
used. Selections for this mode are as follows:
• Single: One lane is displayed at a time.
• Dual: Two lanes are selected for display.
• Mosaic: All enabled lanes are displayed.
SDAIII “Crosstalk” Capability
(Included in SDAIII-Crosstalk and SDAIII-CrossLinQ Options)
In addition to all SDAIII capabilities, “Crosstalk” options add the following noise
and crosstalk measurements and analysis tools:
• Total, Random and Deterministic noise (Tn, Rn, Dn) measurements
• Breakdown of Dn into InterSymbol Interference noise (ISIn) and
Periodic noise (Pn)
• Noise-based eye height and width: EH(BER) and EW(BER)
• Random noise (Rn) + Bounded Uncorrelated noise (BUn) Noise Histogram
• Q-fit for Noise Histogram
• Rn+BUn Noise Spectrum and Peak threshold
• Pn Inverse FFT Plot
• Rn+BUn Noise Track
• Crosstalk Eye Contour Plot
The ultimate in serial data single or multi-lane link analysis. Provides all the
capabilities mentioned above in SDAIII, “LinQ”, and “Crosstalk”, and also
includes EyeDrII and Virtual Probe capabilities.
Eye Doctor II Advanced Signal Integrity Tools (LM10Zi-EYEDRII)
Complete set of channel emulation, de-embedding and receiver equalization simulation tools. Provides capability to emulate a serial data link, de-embed or embed a
fixture, cable or serial data channel, add or remove emphasis, and perform CTLE,
FFE, or DFE equalization. If purchased with SDAIII, then capabilities are accessed
from within the SDAIII-CompleteLinQ user interface framework.
Virtual Probe Signal Integrity Tools (LM10Zi-VIRTUALPROBE)
Provides ability to define a complex serial data channel or topology with up
to six circuit elements that may be embedded or de-embedded, allowing
“probing” at a location different than the measured position. If purchased with
SDAIII and EyeDrII (or with the EYEDRII-VP or CompleteLinQ options), then
capabilities are accessed from within the single SDAIII-CompleteLinQ user
interface framework.
Clock and Clock-Data Timing Jitter Analysis Package (LM10Zi-JITKIT)
Provides convenient setup and four views of jitter (statistical, time, spectrum,
and overlaid) for a variety of horizontal, amplitude, and timing parameters. Direct
display of jitter measurement values. Supports multiple simultaneous views
with fast selection of multiple parameter measurements for fast and easy validation.
Cable De-embedding (LM10Zi-CBL-DE-EMBED)
(Standard on SDA MCM-Zi-A)
Removes cable effects from your measurements. Simply enter the S-parameters or attenuation data of the cable(s) then all of the functionality of the SDA 8
Zi can be utilized with cable effects de-embedded.
8b/10b Decode (LM10Zi-8B10B D)
(Standard on SDA MCM-Zi-A)
Intuitive, color-coded serial decode with powerful search capability enables
­captured waveforms to be searched for user-defined sequences of symbols.
Multi-lane analysis decodes up to four simultaneously captured lanes.
Spectrum Analyzer Mode (LM10Zi-SPECTRUM)
This package provides a new capability to navigate waveforms in the frequency
domain using spectrum analyzer type controls. FFT capability added to include:
• Power averaging
• Power density
• Real and imag components
• Freq domain parameters
• FFT on up to 128 Mpts
Disk Drive Measurements Package (LM10Zi-DDM2)
This package provides disk drive parameter measurements and related
mathematical functions for performing disk drive WaveShape Analysis.
Disk Drive Parameters are as follows:
– amplitude ­asymmetry
– local base
– local baseline s
­ eparation
– local maximum
– local minimum
– local number
– local peak-peak
– local time between events
– local time between peaks
– local time between troughs
– local time at minimum
– local time at maximum
– local time ­peak-trough
– local time over threshold
– local time ­trough-peak
– local time under threshold
– narrow band phase
– narrow band power
– overwrite
– pulse width 50
– pulse width 50 –
– pulse width 50 +
– resolution
– track average ­amplitude
– track average ­amplitude –
– track average ­amplitude +
– auto-correlation s/n
– non-linear transition shift
LabMaster 10 Zi Series
20 GHz
25 GHz
30 GHz
36 GHz
Vertical System
Analog Bandwidth
@ 50 Ω (-3 dB)
(1.85mm Inputs)
Analog Bandwidth
@ 50 Ω (-3 dB)
(2.92mm Inputs)
Rise Time (10–90%, 50 Ω)
(test limit, flatness mode)
Rise Time (20–80%, 50 Ω)
(flatness mode)
Input Channels
Bandwidth Limiters
Input Impedance
Input Coupling
Maximum Input Voltage
Channel-Channel Isolation
Vertical Resolution
DC Vertical Gain Accuracy
(Gain Component of
DC Accuracy)
Vertical Noise Floor
(50 mV/div)
Offset Range
DC Vertical Offset Accuracy
50 GHz
59 GHz
65 GHz
100 GHz
50 GHz
(≥10 mV/div)
59 GHz
(≥10 mV/div)
65 GHz
(≥10 mV/div)
100 GHz
(≥10 mV/div)
20 GHz
(≥5 mV/div)
25 GHz
(≥5 mV/div)
30 GHz
(≥5 mV/div)
36 GHz
(≥5 mV/div)
19.3 ps
15.4 ps
12.8 ps
10.7 ps
8.0 ps
6.9 ps
6.5 ps
4.5 ps
14.5 ps
11.6 ps
9.6 ps
8.0 ps
6.0 ps
5.2 ps
4.9 ps
3.5 ps
Up to 40, depending on configuration selected.
Up to 80 @ 36 GHz.
For ≤ 36 GHz Mode:
For ≤ 36 GHz For ≤ 36 GHz
1 GHz, 3 GHz,
4 GHz, 6 GHz,
1 GHz, 3 GHz, 1 GHz, 3 GHz,
8 GHz, 13 GHz,
4 GHz, 6 GHz, 4 GHz, 6 GHz,
8 GHz,
16 GHz, 20 GHz
8 GHz,
13 GHz,
25 GHz, 30 GHz 33 GHz
13 GHz,
16 GHz,
16 GHz,
For > 36 GHz Mode:
20 GHz
20 GHz
50 GHz, 60 GHz
25 GHz,
25 GHz,
30 GHz,
30 GHz, 33
33 GHz
For > 36 GHz For > 36 GHz
Mode: None
50 GHz
2.92mm Inputs: 50 Ω ±2%
2.92mm Inputs: 50 Ω ±2%
1.85mm Inputs: 50 Ω ±2%
1mm Input: 50 Ω ±2% (10-100 Zi-A only)
2.92 mm Inputs: 50 Ω: DC, GND
2.92 mm Inputs: 50 Ω: DC, GND
1.85 mm Inputs: 50 Ω: DC
1mm Input: 50 Ω DC (10-100 Zi-A only)
2.92 mm Inputs:
2.92 mm Inputs:
±2 Vmax @ <76 mV/div, [email protected] ≥76 mV/div
±2 Vmax @ <76 mV/div,
[email protected] ≥76 mV/div
1.85 mm Inputs: ±2 Vmax @ ≤80 mV/div
1mm Input: ±2 Vmax @ ≤80 mV/div (10-100 Zi-A only)
DC to 36 GHz: 60 dB (>1000:1)
DC to 36 GHz: 60 dB (>1000:1)
(For any two 2.92mm input channels,
(For any two 2.92mm input channels,
same or different v/div settings, typical)
same or different v/div settings, typical)
36 to 65 GHz: 40 dB (>100:1)
(For any two 1.85mm input channels,
same or different v/div settings, typical)
8 bits; up to 11 bits with enhanced resolution (ERES)
50 Ω (2.92mm):
50 Ω (2.92mm):
5 mV–500mV/div, fully variable
5 mV–500mV/div, fully variable
(5-9.9 mV/div via zoom)
(5-9.9 mV/div via zoom)
50 Ω (1.85mm, 1mm):
10 mV–80mV/div, fully variable.
Higher gain settings possible through use of
external attenuators.
±1% F.S. (typical), offset at 0V; ±1.5% F.S. (test limit), offset at 0V
Up to 80, depending on configuration selected.
(Any combination of up to 80 2.92mm input channels)
1 GHz,
1 GHz,
1 GHz,
1 GHz,
3 GHz,
3 GHz,
3 GHz,
3 GHz,
4 GHz,
4 GHz,
4 GHz,
4 GHz,
6 GHz,
6 GHz,
6 GHz,
6 GHz,
8 GHz,
8 GHz,
8 GHz,
8 GHz,
13 GHz,
13 GHz,
13 GHz,
13 GHz,
16 GHz
16 GHz
16 GHz
16 GHz
20 GHz
20 GHz
20 GHz
25 GHz
25 GHz
30 GHz
33 GHz
1.39 mVrms
1.57 mVrms
1.69 mVrms
50 Ω:
±500 mV @ 5-75 mV/div
±4 V @ 76 mV/div -500mV/div
1.88 mVrms
3.1 mVrms
3.7 mVrms
3.9 mVrms
50 Ω (2.92mm):
±500 mV @ 5-75 mV/div
±4 V @ 76 mV/div -500mV/div
50 Ω (1.85 mm, 1mm):
±500 mV @ 10–80 mV/div
±(1.5% of offset setting + 1.5% F.S. + 1 mV) (test limit)
5.4 mVrms
LabMaster 10 Zi Series
Horizontal System
Time/Division Range
Clock Accuracy
Sample Clock Jitter
Delta Time Measurement
20 GHz
25 GHz
30 GHz
Jitter Between Channels
(Measured at maximum
Trigger and Interpolator
Channel-Channel Deskew
External Timebase
Reference (Input)
External Timebase
Reference (Output)
Single-Shot Sample Rate/Ch
Enhanced Resolution (ERES)
Envelope (Extrema)
59 GHz
65 GHz
100 GHz
+ (Sample Clock Jitterrms ) 2 + (clock accuracy * reading)
+ (Sample Clock Jitterrms ) 2
< 0.1
psrms (typical,
2 ps
hardware) reading)
+ (Sample
) 2rms
+ (typical,
(clock accuracy
±9 x time/div. setting or 25 ns max. (whichever is larger), each channel
10 MHz; 50 Ω impedance, applied at the rear input of MCM-Zi Master Control Module
10 MHz; 50 Ω impedance, output at the rear of MCM-Zi Master Control Module
80 GS/s on each channel.
80 GS/s on each channel in ≤36 GHz Mode.
160 GS/s on each channel in >36 GHz Mode.
240 GS/s on 100 GHz (10-100 Zi-A only)
1,000,000 waveforms/second (in Sequence Mode, up to 4 channels)
1 μs
512 Mpts/Ch
1024 Mpts/Ch (2 Ch operation)
1536 Mpts
(1 channel)
S-32 Memory Option (See below for details on memory length)
≤ 36 GHz/Ch
50-65 GHz
100 GHz
Number Segments
Maximum Trigger Rate
Intersegment Time
Maximum Acquisition
Standard Memory
(Number of Segments)
Memory Options
Acquisition Processing
50 GHz
Internal timebase with 10 GHz clock frequency common to all input channels. Single, distributed
10 GHz clock for all channels ensures precise synchronization with timing accuracy between all
channels identical to that provided within a single, conventional oscilloscope package.
10 ps/div–256 s/div (maximum capture time is based on
For >36 GHz Mode:
minimum sample rate of 200kS/s and installed memory).
10 ps/div - 640 µs/div
(maximum capture time is based on 160 GS/s
and installed memory).
For ≤36 GHz Mode:
10 ps/div–256 s/div (maximum capture time is based on
minimum sample rate of 200kS/s and installed memory).
<0.1 ppm + (aging of 0.1 ppm/yr from last calibration)
Up to 3.2ms Acquired Time Range:
250fsrms (Internal Timebase Reference)
+ (Sample Clock Jitterrms ) 2
rms (External Timebase Reference)
Up to 6.4ms Acquired Time Range:
130fsrms (Internal Timebase Reference)
130fsrms (External Timebase Reference)
Jitter Measurement Floor
Acquisition System
36 GHz
32 Mpts
64 Mpts
96 Mpts
64 Mpts
128 Mpts
192 Mpts
128 Mpts
256 Mpts
384 Mpts
256 Mpts
512 Mpts
768 Mpts
512 Mpts
1024 Mpts
1536 Mpts
Summed averaging to 1 million sweeps; continuous averaging to 1 million sweeps
From 8.5 to 11 bits vertical resolution
Envelope, floor, or roof for up to 1 million sweeps
Linear or Sin x/x
LabMaster 10 Zi Series
20 GHz
25 GHz
30 GHz
36 GHz
50 GHz
59 GHz
65 GHz
100 GHz
Triggering System
Normal, Auto, Single, and Stop
Any Ch 1-4 (Edge, Window, SMART, Cascade triggers), AUX, internal Fast Edge; or any input channel (Edge trigger only) on additional 10-xxZi Acquisition Modules (Channels 5 and higher).
Slope and level unique to each source except line trigger.
Coupling Mode
DC, AC, HFRej, LFRej
Pre-trigger Delay
0–100% of memory size (adjustable in 1% increments of 100 ns)
Post-trigger Delay
0–10,000 divisions in real time mode, limited at slower time/div settings
Hold-off by Time or Events
From 2 ns up to 20 s or from 1 to 99,999,999 events
Internal Trigger Range
±4.1 div from center
Trigger Sensitivity with
For Ch 1-80 of a LabMaster 10 Zi system:
Edge Trigger
3 div @ <12 GHz
(1.85/2.92mm Inputs)
1.5 div @ <8 GHz
1.0 div @<5 GHz
(for DC coupling, ≥ 10 mV/div, 50 Ω)
External Trigger Sensitivity,
For Ch 1-4 only of any LabMaster 10xx-Zi Acquisition Module:
(Edge Trigger)
2 div @ < 1 GHz,
1.5 div @ < 500 MHz,
1.0 div @ < 200 MHz,
(for DC coupling)
Max. Trigger Frequency,
For Ch 1-4 of a LabMaster 10xx-Zi Acquisition Module:
SMART Trigger
2.0 GHz @ ≥ 10 mV/div (minimum triggerable width 200 ps)
External Trigger Input
For any LabMaster 10xx-Zi Acquisition Module: Aux (±0.4 V)
(Only Ch 1-4 Acquisition Module has “active” AUX Input)
Basic Triggers
LabMaster 10 Zi Series
SMART Triggers™
State or Edge Qualified
Qualified First
Triggers when signal meets slope (positive, negative, or either) and level condition.
Triggers when signal exits a window defined by adjustable thresholds
20 GHz
25 GHz
30 GHz
36 GHz
50 GHz
59 GHz
65 GHz
100 GHz
Triggers on any input source only if a defined state or edge occurred on another input source.
Holdoff between sources is selectable by time or events
In Sequence acquisition mode, triggers repeatably on event B only if a defined pattern, state, or edge (event A) is ­satisfied in
the first segment of the acquisition. Holdoff between sources is selectable by time or events
Triggers if signal drops out for longer than selected time between 1 ns and 20 s
Logic combination (AND, NAND, OR, NOR) of 5 inputs (4 channels and external trigger input). Each source can be high, low, or
don’t care. The High and Low level can be selected independently. Triggers at start or end of the pattern
SMART Triggers with Exclusion Technology
Width (Signal or Pattern)
Interval (Signal or Pattern)
Timeout (State/Edge Qualified)
Slew Rate
Exclusion Triggering
Triggers on positive or negative glitches with widths selectable as low as 200ps to 20 s, or on intermittent faults
Triggers on positive, negative, or both widths with widths selectable as low as 200ps to 20 s, or on intermittent faults
Triggers on intervals selectable between 1 ns and 20 s
Triggers on any source if a given state (or transition edge) has occurred on another source.
Delay between sources is 1 ns to 20 s, or 1 to 99,999,999 events
Trigger on positive or negative runts defined by two voltage limits and two time limits. Select between 1 ns and 20 ns
Trigger on edge rates. Select limits for dV, dt, and slope. Select edge limits between 1 ns and 20 ns
Trigger on intermittent faults by specifying the expected behavior and triggering when that condition is not met
Cascade (Sequence) Triggering
Arm on “A” event, then Trigger on “B” event. Or Arm on “A” event, then Qualify on “B” event, and Trigger on “C” event. Or Arm on “A”
event, then Qualify on “B” then “C” event, and Trigger on “D” event
Cascade A then B: Edge, Window, Pattern (Logic) Width, Glitch, Interval, Dropout, or Measurement. Measurement can be on
Stage B only.
Cascade A then B then C (Measurement): Edge, Window, Pattern (Logic), Width, Glitch, Interval,
Dropout, or Measurement. Measurement can be on Stage C only.
Cascade A then B then C: Edge, Window, Pattern (Logic)
Cascade A then B then C then D: Edge, Window, Pattern (Logic), or Measurement. Measurement can
be on Stage D only.
Holdoff between A and B, B and C, C and D is selectable by time (1ns to 20s) or number of events.
Measurement trigger selection as the last stage in a Cascade precludes a
holdoff setting between the prior stage and the last stage
LabMaster 10 Zi Series
20 GHz
25 GHz
High-speed Serial Protocol Triggering (Optional)
Data Rates
Color Waveform Display
Integrated Second Display
Transfer Rates
Output Protocol
Control Protocol
Command Set
Processor Memory
Operating System
Real Time Clock
Setup Storage
Front Panel and
Instrument Status
Remote Control
Network Communication
GPIB Port (optional)
LSIB Port (optional)
Ethernet Port
USB Ports
External Monitor Port
59 GHz
65 GHz
100 GHz
Option LM10Zi-6GBIT-80B-8B10B-TD:
600 Mb/s to 6.5 Gb/s, Channel 4 input only
Option LM10Zi-14GBIT-80B-8B10B-TD:
600 Mb/s to 14.1 Gb/s, Channel 4 input only
(Note: Channel 3 input will capture signal for
triggering when oscilloscope is in ≥25 GHz mode)
80-bits, NRZ or eight 8b/10b symbols
No Clock and Data Recovery outputs provided
Supports touch screen integration of user-supplied second display with split-grid capability.
(Note: touch screen driver for second display may not be a Fujitsu driver)
Determined by display chosen by user
High-Speed Digitizer Output (Option)
50 GHz
On LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module: Color 15.3” flat panel
TFT-Active Matrix LCD with high resolution touch screen
WXGA; 1280 x 768 pixels
Display a maximum of 40 traces. Simultaneously display channel, zoom, memory and math traces
Auto, Single, Dual, Quad, Octal, X-Y, Single + X-Y, Dual + X-Y, Twelve, Sixteen, Twenty
Sample dots joined, or sample dots only
Number of Traces
Grid Styles
Waveform Representation
36 GHz
Option LM10Zi-6GBIT-80B-8B10B-TD:
600 Mb/s to 6.5 Gb/s, Channel 4 input only
Option LM10Zi-14GBIT-80B-8B10B-TD:
600 Mb/s to 14.1 Gb/s, Channel 4 input only
Pattern Length
Clock and Data Outputs
30 GHz
Option LSIB-2. Installs in LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module and
uses one available PCIe slot normally used by a LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module.
Up to 325 MB/s (typical) - Maximum of 4 channels (consult Teledyne LeCroy for >4 channels)
PCI Express, Gen 1 (4 lanes utilized for data transfer)
Via Windows Automation, or via Teledyne LeCroy Remote Command Set
In LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module: Intel® Xeon™ X5660 2.8 GHz (or better). There are two processors in each
CPU, and each processor has 10 cores for a total of 20 cores and an effective processor speed of 33.6 GHz.
32 GB standard. Up to 192 GB optionally available
Microsoft Windows® 7 Professional Edition (64-bit)
Date and time displayed with waveform in hardcopy files. SNTP support to synchronize to precision internal clocks
Store to the internal hard drive, over a network, or to a USB-connected peripheral device
Via Windows Automation, or via Teledyne LeCroy Remote Command Set
VXI-11 or VICP, LXI Class C (v1.2) Compliant
Supports IEEE – 488.2. Installs in LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module and uses one
available PCIe slot normally used by a LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module.
Supports PCIe Gen1 x4 protocol with Teledyne LeCroy supplied API. Installs in LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module
and uses one available PCIe slot normally used by a LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module.
Supports 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet interface (RJ45 port)
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module:
minimum 2 total USB 2.0 ports on rear of unit to support Windows compatible devices
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module:
minimum 3 total USB 2.0 ports on front of unit to support Windows compatible devices
Dual Link DVI compatible to support internal display on MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module (1280 x 768 pixel resolution) and
customer-supplied monitor with up to WQXGA (2560 x 1600 pixel) resolution using extended desktop mode.
LabMaster 10 Zi Series
Power Requirements
Max. Power Consumption
Temperature (Operating)
Humidity (Operating)
Humidity (Non-Operating)
Altitude (Operating)
Altitude (Non-Operating)
Random Vibration
Random Vibration
Functional Shock
Physical Dimensions
Dimensions (HWD)
Shipping Weight
Warranty and Service
20 GHz
25 GHz
30 GHz
36 GHz
50 GHz
59 GHz
65 GHz
100 GHz
LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module:
100–240 VAC ±10% at 45-66 Hz; 100-120 VAC ±10% at 380-420 Hz;
Automatic AC Voltage Selection, Installation Category II
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module:
100–240 VAC ±10% at 45-66 Hz;
Automatic AC Voltage Selection, Installation Category II
LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module - 1225 W / 1225 VA.
LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module 1275 W / 1275 VA.
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module - 450 W / 450 VA.
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module Each Module and the CPU has a separate power cord.
450 W / 450 VA.
Each Module and the CPU has a
separate power cord.
+5 °C to +40 °
–20 °C to +60 °C
5% to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing) up to +31 °C
Upper limit derates to 50% relative humidity (non-condensing) at +40 °C
5% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing) as tested per MIL-PRF-28800F
Up to 10,000 ft. (3048 m) at or below +25 °C
Up to 40,000 ft. (12,192 m)
0.5 grms 5 Hz to 500 Hz, 15 minutes in each of three orthogonal axes
2.4 grms 5 Hz to 500 Hz, 15 minutes in each of three orthogonal axes
20 gpeak, half sine, 11 ms pulse, 3 shocks (positive and negative) in each of three orthogonal axes, 18 shocks total
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module - 10.9”H x 18.2”W x 15.6”D (277 x 462 x 396 mm),
LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module - 8.0”H x 18.2”W x 26”D (202 x 462 x 660 mm)
LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module 53 lbs. (24 kg)
58 lbs. (24 kg)
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module 47 lbs. (21.4 kg)
47 lbs. (21.4 kg)
LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Acquisition Module 71 lbs. (32.3 kg)
76 lbs. (34.5 kg)
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module 56 lbs. (25.5 kg)
56 lbs. (25.5 kg)
CE Compliant, UL and cUL listed; conforms to EN 61326, EN 61010-1,
EN61010-2-030, UL 61010-1 3rd edition, and CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-12
3-year warranty; calibration recommended annually.
Optional service programs include extended warranty, upgrades, and calibration services
Product Description
Product Code
LabMaster 10 Zi-A Series Master Control Modules
LabMaster Master Control Module with 15.3”
WXGA Color Display.
SDA Master Control Module with 15.3” WXGA Color
Display (provides add’l standard software and
64 Mpt/Ch memory)
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A
LabMaster 10 Zi-A Series Acquisition Modules
20 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch
LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
25 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch ­
LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
30 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch
­LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
36 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch
­LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
50 GHz, 160 GS/s, 2 Ch, 64 Mpts/Ch
LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
(36 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch)
59 GHz, 160 GS/s, 2 Ch, 64 Mpts/Ch
LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
(36 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch)
65 GHz, 160 GS/s, 2 Ch, 64 Mpts/Ch
LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
(36 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch)
100 GHz, 240 GS/s, 2 Ch, 96 Mpts/Ch
LabMaster 10 Zi Acquisition Module
with 50 Ω input
(36 GHz, 80 GS/s, 4 Ch, 32 Mpts/Ch)
LabMaster 10-20Zi-A
LabMaster 10-25Zi-A
LabMaster 10-30Zi-A
LabMaster 10-36Zi-A
LabMaster 10-50Zi-A
LabMaster 10-59Zi-A
LabMaster 10-65Zi-A
LabMaster 10-100Zi-A
Included with LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Standard Configuration
Power Cable for the Destination Country, Optical 3-button Wheel Mouse
USB 2.0, Printed Getting Started Manual, Anti-virus Software (Trial Version),
Microsoft Windows 7 License, Commercial NIST Traceable Calibration with
Certificate, 3-year Warranty
Included with LabMaster 10-xxZi-A Standard Configuration
2.92mm Connector Saver: Qty. 4, 1.85mm Barrel Adapter: Qty. 2 (50-65 GHz
units only), PCIe x 8 cable, 2m long, PCIe x 4 cable, 2m long, Power Cable
for the Destination Country, ChannelSync 10 GHz clock cable, 2m long,
Commercial NIST Traceable Calibration with Certificate, 3-year Warranty
Product Description
Product Code
ChannelSync Expansion Products
ChannelSync Mainframe Hub to permit
LabMaster expansion to up to
20 acquisition modules
Expansion ChannelSync module card for
ChannelSync Mainframe Hub.
One required per connected
acquisition module
Memory Options
LabMaster CMH20-Zi
32 Mpts/Ch Standard Memory for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Module
64 Mpts/Ch Standard Memory for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Module. Used with SDA MCM-Zi-A
64 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules
128 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules
128 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules. Used with SDA MCM-Zi-A
256 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules
256 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules. Used with SDA MCM-Zi-A
512 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules
512 Mpts/Ch Memory Option for LabMaster 10 Zi
Acquisition Modules. Used with SDA MCM-Zi-A
Product Description
Product Code
CPU, Computer and Other Hardware Options
for LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Master Control Module
Additional 500 GB Hard Drive for MCM-Zi-A
Upgrade to 64 GB RAM for MCM-Zi-A
Upgrade to 128 GB RAM for MCM-Zi-A
Upgrade to 192 GB RAM for MCM-Zi-A
GPIB Option for LabMaster MCM-Zi-A
Serial Data and Crosstalk Analysis
Bundle - Multi-Lane SDA LinQ
Framework, including Eye, Jitter, Noise,
Crosstalk Measurements, with EyeDrII
and VirtualProbe
Multi-Lane Serial Data Analysis LinQ
Framework, Eye, Jitter, Noise and
Crosstalk Measurements
Multi-Lane Serial Data Analysis LinQ
Framework, Eye and Jitter Measurements
Single-Lane Serial Data Analysis
Framework, Eye, Jitter, Noise and
Crosstalk Measurements
Single-Lane Serial Data Analysis Framework,
Eye and Jitter Measurements
PAM4 Eye, Jitter and Noise Analysis
Signal Integrity Toolkits
Advanced De-embedding, Emulation and
Virtual Probing Toolkit
Signal Integrity Toolkit - Channel & Fixture
De-embedding/Emulation, Tx/Rx Equalization
Bundle - EyeDrII and VirtualProbe Toolkits
Cable De-embed Option
Modulated Signal Analysis
VectorLinQ - Flexible Vector Signal Analysis for
electrical signals (RF and baseband I-Q)
Optical-LinQ - Coherent Optical Modulation
Product Description
Product Code
Serial Data Test Fixtures
Serial Data Compliance
QualiPHY Enabled 10GBase-KR Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled 10GBase-T Software Option.
QualiPHY Enabled LPDDR2 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled DDR3 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled DDR4 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled DisplayPort Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled Embedded DisplayPort Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled HDMI 1.4 and HDMI 2 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled PCIe 3.0 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled PCIe Gen1 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled SATA Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled SAS-2 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled SAS3 Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled SFI Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled SuperSpeed USB Transmitter/
­Receiver Compliance Software Option
QualiPHY Enabled USB3.1 Compliance Tx-Rx
Software Option
† TF-HDMI-3.3V-QUADPAK required.
PCI Express, SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) and SATA Complete Hardware/Software Test
Solutions are available. Consult Factory.
HDMI 50 Ω Pull-Up Terminator
HDMI Pull-Up Terminator Quad Pack SATA 1.5 Gb/s, 3.0 Gb/s and 6.0 Gb/s
Compliance Test Fixture
SATA 1.5 Gb/s, 3.0 Gb/s and 6.0 Gb/s
Compliance Test Fixture Measure Kit
SuperSpeed USB Compliance Test Fixture
100 ps Rise Time Filter
150 ps Rise Time Filter
20 dB SMA Attenuators
Serial Data Triggers and Decoders
600 Mb/s to 14.1 Gb/s 80-bit NRZ,
8b/10b and 64b/66b Serial Trigger. Also
includes 8b/10b and 64b/66b Decode.
600 Mb/s to 6.5 Gb/s 80-bit NRZ,
8b/10b, 64b/66b Serial Trigger. Also
includes 8b/10b and 64b/66b Decode.
64b/66b Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-64b66b D
8b/10b Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-8B10B D
CAN Decode
CAN FD Decode Option
LM10Zi-CAN FDbus D
ENET Decode Option
LM10Zi-ENETbus D
Ethernet 10G Decode Option
LM10Zi-ENET10Gbus D
PCI Express Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-PCIEbus D
USB 3.0 Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-USB3bus D
USB 2.0 Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-USB2bus D
USB2-HSIC Decode Option
SATA Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-SATAbus D
SAS Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-SASbus D
Fibre Channel Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-FCbus D
D-PHY Decode Option
LM10Zi-DPHYbus D
DigRF 3G Decode Option
LM10Zi-DigRF3Gbus D
DigRF v4 Decode Option
LM10Zi-DIGRFv4bus D
Audiobus and Decode Option
LM10Zi-Audiobus D
for I2S, LJ, RJ, and TDM
Audiobus, Decode, and Graph Option
LM10Zi-Audiobus DG
for I2S, LJ, RJ, and TDM
Manchester Decode Option
LM10Zi-Manchesterbus D
MIPI D-PHY Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-DPHYbus D
MIPI D-PHY Decode and Physical Layer Test Option
MIPI M-PHY Decode Annotation Option
LM10Zi-MPHYbus D
MIPI M-PHY Decode Annotation and Physical Layer
Test Option
MIPI UniPro Protocol Decode Option
SpaceWire Decode Option
LM10Zi-SpaceWirebus D
I2C Bus and Decode Option
LM10Zi-I2Cbus D
SPI Bus and Decode Option
LM10Zi-SPIbus D
LIN and Decode Option
LM10Zi-LINbus D
UART and RS-232 and Decode Option
LM10Zi-UART-RS232bus D
FlexRay and Decode Option
LM10Zi-FlexRaybus D
FlexRay, Decode, and
LM10Zi-FlexRaybus DP
Physical Layer Test Option
CAN and Decode Option
LM10Zi-CANbus D
CAN, Decode and Measure/Graph Option
LM10Zi-CANbus DM
MIL-STD-1553 Decode Option
LM10Zi-1553 D
ARINC 429 Symbolic Decode Option
LM10Zi-ARINC429bus DSymbolic
PROTObus MAG Serial Debug Toolkit
Decode Annotation and Protocol Analyzer
­Synchronization Software Option
Decode Annotation and Protocol Analyzer
Synchronization Software + Bit Tracer Option
SENT Decode Option
LM10Zi-SENTbus D
Product Description
Product Code
General Purpose and Application Specific Software Options
Spectrum Analysis Option
Digital Filter Software Package
Serial Data Mask Software Package
Disk Drive Measurements Software Package
Disk Drive Analyzer Software Package
Advanced Optical Recording Measurement Package
EMC Pulse Parameter Software Package
Clock Jitter Analysis with Four Views
Software Package
High Speed Output Accessories
High-speed PCIe Gen 1 x4 Digitizer Output
PCI Express x1 Express Card Host ­Interface for
Laptop E
­ xpress Card Slot
PCI Express x1 Host Interface Board for Desktop PC
PCI Express x4 3-meter Cable
with x4 Cable Connectors ­Included
PCI Express x4 7-meter Cable
with x4 Cable Connectors ­Included
MCM-Zi-A Rackmount Kit
LabMaster 10 Zi-A Acquisition Module
Rackmount Kit
LabMaster MCM-Zi-A Softcase
LabMaster 10 Zi-A Acquisition Module
Soft Carrying Case
Product Description
Product Code
Probes and Probe Accessories
WaveLink 13 GHz, 2.0 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 16 GHz, 2.0 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 20 GHz, 2.0 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 25 GHz, 2.0 Vp-p Differential Probe System
Optical-to-Electrical Converter,
DC to 9.5 GHz, 785 to 1550 nm
2.92mm to ProLink Adapter with probe power and
communications pass through
2.92mm to ProBus Adapter with probe power and
communications pass through
200 MHz, 3.5 pF, 1 MΩ Active Differential Probe, ±20 V
500 MHz, 1.0 pF Active Differential Probe, ±8 V
1 GHz, 1.0 pF Active Differential Probe, ±8 V
1.5 GHz, 1.0 pF Active Differential Probe, ±8 V
2.5 GHz, 0.9 pF, 1 MΩ High Impedance Active Probe
4 GHz, 0.6 pF, 1 MΩ High Impedance Active Probe
WaveLink 4 GHz, 2.5 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 4 GHz, 5 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 6 GHz, 2.5 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 6 GHz, 5 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 8 GHz 3.5 Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 10 GHz 3.5Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 13 GHz 3.5Vp-p Differential Probe System
WaveLink 6 GHz Differential Amplifier Module
with Adjustable Tip
WaveLink 3 GHz Differential Amplifier Module
with Adjustable Tip
WaveLink ProLink Platform/Cable Assembly (4 – 6 GHz)
WaveLink ProBus Platform/Cable Assembly (4 GHz)
SMA/SMP Lead Set for Dxx30 Probes
Dxx30-SMA-SMP Leads
* For a complete probe, order a WL-PLink-CASE Platform/Cable Assembly
with the Adjustable Tip Module.
**Requires purchase and use of L2.92A-PLINK
† For a complete probe, order a WL-PBUS-CASE Platform/Cable Assembly
with the Adjustable Tip Module
†† Requires purchase and use of L2.92A-PBUS
A variety of other active voltage and current probes are also available.
Consult Teledyne LeCroy for more information.
Customer Service
Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes and probes are designed, built, and tested to ensure high reliability. In the unlikely event you experience difficulties, our
digital oscilloscopes are fully warranted for three years and our probes are warranted for one year.
This warranty includes:
No charge for return shipping
Long-term 7-year support
Upgrade to latest software at no charge
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Visit our website to find the most convenient location.
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