Model: DSO 5202-P
Real Time sample rate: 1GSa/s
Display: Large (7.0-inch) color display
Innovative on screen HELP system
Sample Rate Range: 500MS/s--1GS/s
Record Length: 40K
FFT:Windows: Hanning, Flatop, Rectamgular, Bartlett, Blackman; 1024 sample point
Low Frequency Response (-3db):≤10Hz at BNC
Trigger mode: Auto, Normal, Single
Trigger type: Edge, Video, Pulse, Slope, Over time, Alternative
USB host and device connectivity, standard (note: USB port is NOT intended to be used to recharge cell phones or other usb charged devices.)
Multiple automatic measurements
Four math functions, including FFTs standard
Provides software for PC real-time analysis
Signal reconstruction method adopted by oscilloscope
How to calculate the sampling rate? The calculation method depends on the waveform type measured and the signal reconstruction method adopted by oscilloscope, such as example sinusoidal insertion method, vector insertion method, etc. To reproduce the signal accurately and avoid confusion, the Nyquist theorem states that the sampling rate of the signal must be no less than twice its highest frequency component. However, the premise of this theorem is based on signals of infinite length of time and continuous period. Since oscilloscopes cannot provide a record length of infinite time, and low-frequency disturbances are by definition discontinuous and not periodic, sampling rates of twice the highest frequency components are usually insufficient.
In fact, the accurate reproduction of the signal depends on its sampling rate and the interpolation method of signal sampling point gap, namely waveform reconstruction.Some oscilloscopes provide the operator with the following options: sinusoidal interpolation for measuring sinusoidal signals, and linear interpolation for measuring rectangular waves, pulses, and other signal types.
A useful rule of thumb for comparing sample rates and signal bandwidths: if the oscilloscope you are looking at has interpolation (filtered to regenerate between sample points), the ratio (sample rate/signal bandwidths) should be at least 4∶1.Without sine interpolation, the ratio of 10∶1 should be adopted.
The development of oscilloscope probe
In the past 50 years, the interface design of various oscilloscope probes has been evolving continuously to meet the requirements of increased instrument bandwidth speed and measurement performance. In the earliest days, banana plugs and UHF connectors were commonly used. In the 1960s, the common BNC connector became the common probe interface type because BNC was smaller and more frequent.
Later, some manufacturers put forward the common workarounds, BNC type probe interface design in the use of the BNC connector at the same time, additional provides a simulation code detection scale coefficients of stitching, as part of the mechanical and electrical interface design, which makes the oscilloscope is compatible with automatic detection and change the oscilloscope display of vertical attenuation range.
Requirements for oscilloscope current probe
Wide frequency range: from dc to tens or even hundreds of megabytes.
The range is large: from milliampere to kiloampere.
Small size: with the improvement of integration and the increase of signal frequency, the external size of components is getting smaller and shorter and pins are getting shorter and shorter. Easy operation and high accuracy.