The US Navy has awarded a $10.75m contract to electronic equipment company Tektronix to supply digital phosphor oscilloscopes (DPOs).

The oscilloscopes will be used to support a variety of navy electronics systems including radar, communications, and navigation as well as supporting various navy training programmes.

Under the five-year contract, the company will supply 5,000 units of Tektronix 100MHz, dual-channel TDS3012C DPO oscilloscopes which will be used by the Naval Inventory Control Point.

The 100MHz, dual-channel TDS3012C DPO is one of the models of TDS3000C series oscilloscopes that provides sufficient performance to visualise fast-changing signals in a compact, battery-capable design.

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In addition, the TDS3000C series will be used in the navy’s metrology labs to assist with calibration and equipment repairs.

The contract follows oscilloscope programmes awarded by the navy for 100MHz, dual-channel TDS3012Bs under a six-year programme and 500MHz, four-channel TDS5054B oscilloscopes under a five-year programme.