The Tektronix 11302 is a 500 MHz analog oscilloscope with a micro-channel plate CRT that can operate with 11000-series plug-ins or 7000-series plug-ins. Note, however, that the 7000 series plugins have mechanical interlock preventing them from being installed into an 11K mainframe. The 11302 includes a 500 MHz (11302A: 750 MHz) counter/timer.
Except for the MCP CRT, the 11302 is basically the same as the 400 MHz 11301.
The 11302A version increased external counter input bandwidth to 750 MHz and added a readout mode button.
The 11302 contains a 77 nanosecond delay line.
|Sweep|| 5 ns/Div to 500 ms/Div, 1-2-5, ×10 magnifier |
(same specs for delayed time base)
|Triggering||0.35 Div (int) or 20 mV (ext) to 50 MHz, increasing to 1 Div/150 mV at max. bandwidth|
|Trigger modes||DC, AC (>50 Hz), HF Reject (<30 kHz), LF reject (>80 kHz), TV (line or field)|
|X-Y operation|| X from center plugin, bandwidth 3 MHz|
X-Y phase difference <1° to 1 MHz, <3° to 2 MHz
|Weight||44 pounds (20 kg)|
|Power consumption||240W max|
1990: $14,500 (11302A)