A history of oscilloscope development in Vilnius

& -February 14, 2014

The stages of oscilloscope development in Vilnius from 1972–1991


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From 1972: C1-70, the best-known 50 MHz plug-in oscilloscope family. It was produced until 1991.


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1974: C1-75, the first 250 MHz oscilloscope.


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From 1977: C1-91, C1-115, C1-122 and C8-21 plug-in oscilloscopes with 100 MHz bandwidth. They had up to 14 plug-in modules.


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1979: C9-5, the first digital storage oscilloscope with 5 MHz bandwidth and 10 MS/s sampling rate.


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1980: The C1-112 service oscilloscope. Its annual production in 1991 reached 27 000 units (Vilnius).


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1981: C1-91/4, the first 18 GHz sampling oscilloscope.


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1981: C9-9, the first oscilloscope with a microprocessor. It was an 18 GHz precision sampling oscilloscope used as a metrological standard for pulse measurements.


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1982: C7-19, the first 5 GHz traveling-wave oscilloscope having 250 000 km/s writing speed.


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From 1986: C9-20 to C9-26 family of digital storage oscilloscopes with sampling rates up to 100 MSa/s.


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1989: ะก1-129, the first analog 1 GHz oscilloscope.


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1990: C7-20/4, the first 30 GHz sampling oscilloscope.

In total 144 models of oscilloscope and plug-in modules were created in Vilnius between 1948 and 1992.


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