Saelig has introduced the Xprotolab Portable, a combination of three electronic instruments: a mixed signal oscilloscope (simultaneously sampling of two analog/8-bit/200kHz and 8 digital/1MHz signals), an arbitrary waveform generator and a protocol sniffer.
It offers simultaneous 2MSa/s sampling of two analog and 8 digital signals; as an Arbitrary Waveform Generator it provides advanced sweep options on all waveforms; as a Protocol Sniffer, it can decode SPI, I2C, UART.
The device has an advanced triggering system: Normal/Single/Auto/Free trigger modes, an adjustable trigger level, and the ability to view signals prior to the trigger.
A built-in FFT Spectrum Analyzer offers different windowing options and selectable vertical log and IQ visualization. Channel Math allows adding, multiplying, inverting, and averaging input signals. Automatic Waveform Measurements and waveform references are offered as well, with horizontal and vertical cursors. The waveform generator and the oscilloscope can run simultaneously, since the waveform generator runs in the background.
Based on an Atmel ATXMEGA32A4U microprocessor, the Xprotolab Portable can connect to a PC's USB port for charging the built-in 600mAh battery or for external control or screen dumps.
An Auto Setup feature sets the optimum gain and time base for the signals on CH1 and CH2. Edge, Window, and Slope triggering is available, as well as Trigger Hold, which enables a wait-time before detecting the next trigger.
It can output Sine, Square, Triangle and Exponential signals, as well as "Periodic Noise" that fills the AWG buffer with random data. A SWEEP feature is included which increases one or more parameter values automatically on each screen refresh of the oscilloscope.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.