high-speed oscilloscope

high-speed oscilloscope

[′hī ‚spēd ä′sil·ə‚skōp]
(electronics)
An oscilloscope with a very fast sweep, capable of observing signals with rise times or periods on the order of nanoseconds.
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The instrument will complement our recently purchased vector network analyser and high-speed oscilloscope and extend our capabilities in characterising data transmission.
The model DL850 is an advanced version of the company's ScopeCorders, which combine a high-speed oscilloscope and a data acquisition recorder in a single, portable instrument.
In addition, Microwaves & RF magazine and EDN Magazine have recognized Agilent high-speed oscilloscope measurement system tools and EDA software as top products in 2002.
2]C, SPI, or RS-232; a logic analyzer to test the address/data buses; and a high-speed oscilloscope for jitter/eye pattern testing of high-speed data.
Maybe you have a high-speed oscilloscope on your bench to work on fast signals, but occasionally you need to look at slower, longer signals.
The high-speed oscilloscope and probing-system package provides full bandwidth measurements to the probe tip while maintaining jitter and noise levels.
High-speed oscilloscopes are vital tools in the development of high-speed digital networks, the critical backbone of the rapidly expanding Cloud-based computing paradigm that characterizes the digital age.
Higher frequencies require network analyzers, high-speed oscilloscopes, BERTs, and other instruments typically deployed in a rack-and-stack configuration.
This performance is exploited by a custom ASIC developed by the company that allows the speed at which the instrument can proceed from raw integer ADC samples to a measured waveform to be extremely fast, which is not typical of broadband, high-speed oscilloscopes.
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