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The Tektronix 7A16 is a single channel, 150 MHz (7A16A: 225 MHz) general-purpose vertical amplifier for 7000-series scopes. The 7A16 was introduced in 1970 and superseded by the 7A16A in 1973.

The 7A16P is GPIB-controlled via the 7000-series main interface bus, and was mainly intended for use in the 7612D. It was introduced in 1978.


Bandwidth 0 – 150 MHz (DC), 10 Hz – 150 MHz (AC) (7A16A: 225 MHz)
Deflection 5 mV/Div to 5 V/Div in 1–2–5 sequence
Input impedance 1 MΩ
  • 20 MHz bandwidth limit switch
  • Invert switch
  • Probe multiplier / Identify switch sensing input


The 7A16 uses discrete transistors, no integrated circuits. The 7A16A uses four 155-0078-10 amplifier ICs.






Firmware (uploaded BIN files)