By DE Editors
Rigol Technologies has introduced the MSO4000 Series mixed signal oscilloscope. The new model includes 16 digital and up to four analog channels at bandwidths ranging from 100-500 MHz, and according to the company, it allows users to tackle more extensive signal analysis and digital decoding for testing and debugging of a wider range of analog/digital signals.
Featuring 28Mpts memory depth in each digital channel and 140Mpts in analog channels, the MSO4000 series delivers sample rates of 1 GSa/s digital and 4 GSa/s analog, and has a digital waveform capture rate of up to 85,000 wfms/s.
The company’s UltraVision technology allows for real-time waveform recording, replay and analysis of up to 200,000 frames (64,000 frames with digital), as well as a low noise floor with minimum analog vertical sensitivity measuring 1mV/div. The series supports serial bus triggers (standard) and decoding (optional) for both analog and digital channels. The new RPL2316 Logic Probe Adaptor makes high-speed digital measurements easier with support for multiple logic levels and a flexible interface, the company says.
It includes intuitive front panel controls and a 9-in. WVGA screen that features a 256-level intensity grading display, plus multiple trigger functions and several connectivity choices, including LAN (LXI-C), VGA, AUX, USB Host and Device, and USB-GPIB (optional).
For more information, visit Rigol Technologies.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.