Engineering from Home
Keep your testing and troubleshooting on track, even if you can’t be on site
Whether you’re looking to monitor ongoing projects from home or need access to a virtual oscilloscope, Tektronix offers remote work solutions for engineers, employees, students and individuals engaged in testing, measuring and innovating outside their regular workspaces. We know how important it is to find ways to adapt and keep a business running, so our goal is to deliver products and services engineers can depend on to meet the needs of their businesses – big or small.
- Analyze measurement data off-instrument
- Analyze collaboratively with remote colleagues using shared datasets and software
- Remotely access and control instruments – set them up in the lab and check them from home
Remote Capability Software
Analyze oscilloscope waveforms on your PC
TekScope runs on Windows PCs. Analyze and share scope data anytime, anywhere.
Quick automated tests and visualization
Kickstart gets you collecting data in a hurry, with DMMs, loggers, SMUs and more.
Build complex test waveforms on your PC
Develop waveforms and control your AWG from anywhere with SourceXpress
Vector Signal Analysis on your PC
SignalVu-PC: Off-instrument analyis of data from RSAs and oscilloscopes
Automate semiconductor characterization and test
From bench tests to wafer test systems, Keithley ACS tests without programming
Remote Capability Learning
11 Tips for Staying Productive When Your Entire Workflow is Upended
For millions, pajama pants just became your new work clothes and the dining room your new conference room.
How To Control a Tektronix Oscilloscope Over a LAN
Learn how to use the eScope function to remotely control a Tektronix oscilloscope over a network without any special software.
Top 10 New Features for SignalVu-PC
Our newest version of SignalVu-PC comes with performance enhancements and new capabilities to help you do your job faster and more efficiently.
SourceXpress Software Demo for the AWG70000 Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Watch demonstration on using SourceXpress, the AWG free utility software that allows users to run the AWG interface on their Windows PC