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Engineers of the past typically chose oscilloscopes based on technical factors such as bandwidth, rise time, signal-to-noise ratio, sampling modes, probing, and positioning. With the proliferation of new and complex technologies, engineers are getting a lot more future-ready. Decision-making now takes into consideration the rapidly evolving needs of test instruments. When it comes to oscilloscopes, bandwidth and channel density are the two major comparison points that engineers are making, with good reason. Learn more on why is this the case by reading this white paper.