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R&S Campus Dashboard manages up to 300 test instruments in a university lab environment

Rohde & Schwarz presents the new R&S Campus Dashboard designed to manage and remote control the test and measurement instruments in large student laboratories easily from just a single computer. Lab managers, tutors, students and professors all benefit from its excellent usability, simplified workflows and automation capabilities.

Munich, March 04, 2019 — The R&S Campus Dashboard from Rohde & Schwarz simplifies teaching large student groups in university laboratories, working on multiple workbenches. The PC application provides a wide range of functions that speed up teaching, plus access to instrument operations, settings, and data such as screen shots. It enables a teacher to set identical conditions on all student test instruments, to save settings from one instrument and distribute these settings to all students, or to retrieve results from all students simultaneously.

Remote control of up to 300 individual instruments

The R&S Campus Dashboard supports various Rohde & Schwarz bench instruments; oscilloscopes such as the R&S RTB2000, spectrum analyzers such as the R&S FPC1000, network analyzers, and power supplies such as the R&S NGE100B. These instruments offer excellent quality for small budgets and they are ideal for the educational market. Operated from a central PC, the software automatically connects to supported instruments in the local network. Users can arrange the individual devices on virtual benches, customized to reflect the individual laboratory layout. The R&S Campus Dashboard can also manage simultaneous firmware updates on multiple devices, reducing regular maintenance tasks for an entire student laboratory to just a few clicks.

The R&S Campus Dashboard software is available now from Rohde & Schwarz and selected distribution channel partners. For more information go to: www.rohde-schwarz.com/campus-dashboard

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