Most of the time, managing multiple instruments on a bench can be troublesome. This is why a combination of a small instrument, with high level of integration aids is normally preferred in teaching as well as doing more sophisticated lab experiments. The MDO3000 manages this need by having multiple instruments which can integrate six instrument types into a single, small (5.8 in., 147.4 mm deep) device. Consequently, the unique 6-in-1 MDO3000 optimizes rack and bench space by integrating multiple instruments into one small package where, the MDO3000 even includes an integrated spectrum analyzer.
As a matter of fact, each oscilloscope includes a spectrum analyzer with a frequency range of up to 9 kHz for the analog bandwidths. Moreover, the frequency range for each instrument can be upgraded from 9 kHz to 3 GHz (option MDO3SA), thus enabling spectral analysis on most consumer wireless standards. To this end, this integration reduces cost associated with utilizing multiple different instrument types in manufacturing test or troubleshooting stations.
This versatility is also translated by the ability the device’s ability to make reliable and repeatable voltage; In essence, it can seamlessly measure current using automated power quality, switching loss, harmonics, ripple, modulation, and safe operating area measurements with the widest selection of power probes. Accordingly, to discover and solve issues quickly, it can perform system level debug on mixed signal embedded systems including today's most common serial bus technologies with the 6-in-1 MDO3000 and support for a broad set of common serial buses. Review of Key specifications
The oscilloscope offers a comprehensive set of integrated analysis tools including waveform and screen-based cursors, automated measurements, advanced waveform math including arbitrary equation editing, FFT analysis, waveform histograms, and trend plots for visually determining how a measurement is changing over time.
The fast waveform capture rate of the MDO3000, coupled with its intensity-graded view of the signal, provides the same information-rich display as an analog oscilloscope, but with much more detail and all the benefits of digital scopes. Standard features such as IRE and mV graticules, holdoff by fields, video polarity, HDTV and custom (nonstandard) video triggers, and an Autoset smart enough to detect video signals, make these the easiest to use oscilloscopes on the market for video applications. In addition, with high bandwidth, four analog inputs, and a built-in 75 Ω input termination (not available on 1 GHz models), the oscilloscope provides ample performance for analog and digital video use. There is even a video picture mode enabling you to see the picture of the video signal you are viewing – for NTSC and PAL signals.
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