The PicoSample 3 workspace takes full advantage of the available display size and resolution which means that, you can either expand or reduce the measurements display, or you can open or hide the control menus. The user interface is fully touch- or mouse-operable, with grabbing and dragging of traces, cursors, regions and parameters. There are also enlarged parameter controls for use on smaller touch display that allows you to zoom or use the more traditional dual timebase, delay and scaling controls. In fact, these powerful visualization tools are also replicated in the comprehensive histogram analysis that shows the distribution of acquired data from a source within a user-definable window.
Other features include, an extremely low loading capacitance of < 0.3 pF typical, 0.4 pF upper test limit for all models, slim fingertip design for accurate and steady probing or solder-in at fine scale and an accurate probing of high-speed transmission lines for Z0 = 0 Ω to 100 Ω. In addition, it also has a class-leading uncorrected pulse/eye response and pulse/eye disturbance, a high dynamic range, low noise, and implicit linearity and long-term flatness of a passive design as well as specified probe ratio compensated to correct for loading of the low-impedance probe input. Moreover, with an interchangeable SMA probe heads at division ratios of 5:1, 10:1 and 20:1, AC or DC coupled, this implies that it not only has a tolerant of very high input slew rate, but also a hardened to EM discharge. Accordingly, this also means that it can address high-amplitude pulse and burst applications.
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The PicoScope 9300 Series scopes support up to four simultaneous mathematical combinations or functional transformations of acquired waveforms. You can select any of the mathematical functions to operate on either one or two sources. All functions can operate on live waveforms, waveform memories or even other functions. There is also a comprehensive equation editor for creating custom functions of any combination of source waveforms. In fact, the PicoScope 9300 Series oscilloscopes can calculate real, imaginary and complex Fast Fourier Transforms of input signals using a range of windowing functions. Indeed, FFTs are useful for finding crosstalk and distortion problems, adjusting filter circuits designed to filter out certain harmonics in a waveform, testing impulse responses of systems, and identifying and locating noise and interference sources.
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