In order to offer a high equivalent-time sampling (ETS), the PICO TECH oscilloscope offers an extremely fine resolution of up to 100 PS, and a maximum effective sampling rate up to 10 GS/s for repetitive analog signals. In addition, to increase waveform accuracy and reduce experimental errors, the manufacturer has equipped the device with clever counter measures like shielding, which reduce noise, crosstalk and harmonic distortion.
Indeed, while many manufacturers have not been able to resolve the chaotic interactions and amplitude errors caused by the interactions between analog and digital environments, the PICO TECH oscilloscope solves all these antipattern design issues by pioneering the use of full digital triggering using actual digitized data.
Moreover, to anticipate the onboarding of other processes and experiments, the device comes equipped with virtually all the complimentary hardware, which eliminates the need for other accessories. Indeed, in line with this vision of efficiency, the device is compact enough to fit easily into your laptop bag along with all the probes and leads.
As for the reporting and analytic tools, the software can process the smallest level of granularity in the math channels - which includes the ability to plot frequency and duty cycle against time. In fact, the dashboard not only expands four live display and math channels, but also reference waveforms. Review of Key Specifications
As a testament to its high instance rates and timing resolution, the PicoScope 2000 Series oscilloscope yields real-time sampling rates of up to 1 GS/s on the analog channels: this represents a timing resolution of 1 ns. But more importantly is the fact that, in fast persistence mode, it can attain waveform update rates of up to 80000 waveforms per second - depending on the model.
Furthermore, in order to offer an optimized user interface, the tool bar on the PicoScope software enables quick access for various controls like, voltage range, channel enable, time base, and memory depth. In spite of such detail, this versatile front-end user interface is fluid enough to leave a huge and clear main display area for waveforms while allowing for zooming into a waveform.
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