Saelig Company has introduced PicoScope 9300 Oscilloscopes, which use sequential sampling technology to measure fast repetitive signals without the need for expensive real-time sampling hardware. With an input bandwidth of up to 20 GHz, acquisition of signals with rise times of up to 17.5 ps is now possible with this sampling adapter which attaches to a standard PC. Precise time-base stability and accuracy and a resolution of 64 fs allow accurate jitter characterizations. With over 15 TSa/s effective sampling rate, 17.5 ps input rise time, and dual 16-bit, 60 dB dynamic range inputs, PicoScope 9300 Sampling Oscilloscopes are ideal for many advanced applications including signal analysis, timing analysis, testing and design of high-speed digital communication systems, network analysis, semiconductor testing, and research and development.
The 5 ps/div dual timebase with a time interval resolution of 64 fs enables the PicoScope 9300 scopes to build waveforms and persistence displays at the remarkable rate of 1 MHz, the industry's fastest. Signal quality is just as notable, with typical noise of 1.5 mV RMS at full bandwidth, external trigger jitter of 1.8 ps RMS, and recovered clock jitter of only 1 ps RMS. A built-in high-frequency trigger with frequency divider, facilitates measurements of microwave or other high speed components with extremely fast data rates.
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