With a variety of features that are model dependent, the 150 MHz Oscilloscope 2 Channel from AEMC instruments has a sampling rate of either 200MS/s or 100GS/s. However, despite the model in question i.e MTX 1052 and the MTX 1054, they all have common functionalities and features which include, a vertical Resolution of 10 bits, a memory capacity of 50,000 points, advanced trigger modes, and SPO (Smart Persistence Oscilloscope) analysis.
Moreover, it comes with the ability to store waveforms thanks to a memory capacity depth of 50,000 points, whose storage capacity depends on PC configuration used. Through this feature, you have a higher probability of capturing random and infrequent events just by doing a simple search of all your wave histories. As for the visualization tools, many commands can be accessed through a USB mouse thanks to an agile stackable feature that enables direct PC connection via USB or Ethernet, a PC operating software, as well as series of drivers (Lab Windows/LabView).
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Across all models, you will have a convergence of common features which include, an acquisition rate 50k waveforms/s/channel, a diverse series of trigger modes such as Auto, Triggered, One-shot ROLL, and Auto-level at 50%. Furthermore, these trigger sources come from diverse trigger types including, Edge, Pulse Width, Delay (40ns to 10.5s) that can count 2 to 16,384 events, TV (525 = NTSC, 625 = PAL/SECAM), pre-trigger which is adjustable from 0 to 100%, and Hold-off (40ns to 10.5s). At the same time, some of these features are infinitely customizable whereby the 150MHz maximum bandwidth can also accurately show sine-wave signals of 15MHz, 1.5MHz or 5kHz.
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