11801

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Digital sampling scope
Tektronix 11801

Produced from 1989 to after 1998

Manuals
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix 11801 is a digital sampling oscilloscope that takes four 11800 series plug-in sampling modules. Input channel capacity can be expanded up to 68 sampling modules (136 channels) using up to 4 SM-11 Multi-Channel Units if option 1M is installed in the 11801.

The 11801A update was introduced in 1991, the 11801B in 1994.

The CSA803 is effectively a variant of the 11801.

Specifications

Vertical Resolution 8 bits − 25 points/div
Input Sensitivity 2 to 255 mV/div in 1 mV/div steps
Record Duration 10 ps to 50 ms
Record Length 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, 5120 samples
Sample Rate up to 200 kHz
Jitter 1.1 ps RMS + 4 ppm of position (typical)
Maximum Trigger Input 1 Vp-p (1x), 10 Vp-p (10x), 2.5 Vp-p prescaler
Trigger Sensitivity 50 mV, DC − 4 GHz, AC coupled trigger prescaler to 10 GHz
CRT
  • Plain 11801: 9" monochrome, touch screen
  • 11801A/B/C: 8½" color, touch screen

Software

Prices

1990: $23,500 (2018 value: $44,870)

Links

Pictures