With analytic and reporting tools of epic proportions, the MSO/DS4000 series digital oscilloscope comes equipped with deeper memory depth (standard 28 Mpts per channel), a higher waveform capture rate of up to 85,000 wfms/s, as well as a real-time waveform record and playback functions (up to 64,000 frames). This is further complimented by a multi-level intensity grading display which supports a variety of logic levels. Indeed, its ultra-Vision, deeper memory with up to 256-level intensity grading display, can provide the capability to see both the panorama and detail simultaneously.
Consequently, this means that, up to 200,000 frames could be recorded. Accordingly, it also means that through a dedicated data search knob, you can use a wave finder by playing back and analyzing the recorded waveforms. Moreover, due its deep memory, the device’s measurement history can show a more comprehensive trend of the parameters as well as enabling automatic measurements with statistics. Review of Key specifications
The MSO4000 has not only 2+16 or 4+16 channels, but also industry leading specifications, powerful trigger functions, as well as broad analysis capabilities. This is aided by a real-time sampling rate of 4 GSa/s in the analog channel, and 1 GSa/s in the digital channel. In addition, it has a waveform capture rate up to 110,000 waveforms per second, a wide array of triggers like CAN trigger, FlexRay trigger, and USB trigger.
As for the bus decoding functions, it comes with a standard parallel decoding function. With this function, the device combines the sample data of the source channel waveforms as a parallel multi-channel bus and display the data as a single bus value. Other features include, a lower noise floor whose minimum vertical sensitivity is 1mV/div, a 2 or 4 set of standard probes, as well as 1 set of a passive Probe - RPL2316 LA Probe (MSO only).
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