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
The analog front end of oscilloscope is the key to determine the bandwidth
The key to determine the bandwidth is the analog front end of the oscilloscope, including attenuator, amplifier and related circuits. It is the gate through which the measured signal enters the oscilloscope. The bandwidth of the test signal of the oscilloscope is determined by the bandwidth of the analog front end in many cases, which directly affects the background noise and range of the oscilloscope. The design of analog front end takes up more than half of the work in the hardware design of oscilloscope, and determines the hardware performance of oscilloscope to a large extent.
For the analog front end, the main performance indexes affecting the oscilloscope include:
●analog bandwidth, including the amplitude-frequency response characteristics of the measured signal, in the time domain as rise time index and overshoot performance index;
● dynamic range of input signal amplitude (range from minimum vertical sensitivity to maximum vertical sensitivity for non-digital processing);
● initial error characteristics and temperature drift characteristics of dc gain accuracy and offset accuracy;
● input impedance characteristics (parasitic capacitance of resistance in parallel) influence on the circuit under test with or without a probe.
Digital oscilloscope generally provides online display of root mean square value, its accuracy is generally what?
For oscilloscope amplitude measurement accuracy, many people use A/D digit to measure. In fact, it varies depending on the oscilloscope bandwidth you use, the actual sampling rate Settings, and so on. If the bandwidth is insufficient, the amplitude measurement error itself will be very large; if the bandwidth is sufficient, the sampling setting is very high, and the actual amplitude measurement precision is not as good as that of the sampling rate when the sampling rate is low (you may refer to the user's manual of the oscilloscope, which may give the actual effective digits of an oscilloscope at different sampling rates). In general, oscilloscope measurement amplitude, including root mean square value accuracy is often less than the multimeter, similarly, measuring frequency it is less than the frequency counter.