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Digital oscilloscope boasts trigger unit, analogue front end

Posted: 01 Oct 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Rigol Technologies recently debuted its DS1000Z series of digital oscilloscopes. The company's latest offering boasts a multitude of built-in technologies, including an analogue front end and a trigger unit. (see Tektronix rolls automated test option BroadR-Reach specification)

The company's latest oscilloscope is designed to reduce test time in research, development and failure analysis applications, the 4-channel digital oscilloscopes feature comprehensive trigger functions, advanced hardware based real time waveform record-replay (as an option) as well as search and analysis functions. The unit's analogue front end delivers a 1mV/div to 10V/div vertical range with full 70 to 100MHz bandwidth.

Rigol's innovative "UltraVision" technology supports up to 1GSa/s of sample rate and up to 12Mpts of memory depth, which makes it easy to capture long time signals with higher timing resolution. Waveform capture rate is up to 30,000wfms/s. The display offers 256 levels of intensity grading to see the infrequent events quickly; the optional hardware based real time waveform record as well as the replay and analysis function are powerful debug tools to find the anomalies easily. Up to 16 trigger functions are available, including Runt, Setuphold, Windows, Nth Edge, (option). The digital oscilloscopes feature serial bus trigger and decodes such as I2C, SPI, RS232, (optional) as well as advanced math functions.

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