USB 3.0 scope range

A range of oscilloscopes from Pico Technology is said to be suited to use by mainstream electronics design engineers. Called the PicoScope 3000D Series, the devices offer bandwidths of up to 200 MHz, two or four analogue channels plus 16 digital channels on the mixed signal models. With memory sizes ranging from 64 to 512Msamples, the scopes offer a maximum real time sampling rate of 1Gsample/s and feature a USB 3.0 interface and a built-in arbitrary waveform generator.

  • USB 3.0 scope range offers 200MHz bandwidth

    A range of oscilloscopes from Pico Technology is said to be suited to use by mainstream electronics design engineers. Called the PicoScope 3000D Series, the devices offer bandwidths of up to 200 MHz, two or four analogue channels plus 16 digital channels on ... Read More
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