Digital Scope Increases Capture Time

March 9, 2006
WaveJet digital oscilloscopes come in both two and four-channel versions with bandwidths of 100, 200, 350, and 500 MHz with 500 kpts/channel memory.

The maximum sample rate is 2 Gsamples/sec (100 Gsamples/sec in equivalent sampling mode) and sports a 250- sec capture time at the maximum sampling rate.

The oscilloscope includes a 7.5-in. color display and USB connectivity with fast boot times and an auto-setup feature. The front panel provides one-touch access to the horizontal, vertical, and trigger menus, while pushbutton knobs automatically set delay, offset, and trigger level. Color-matched channel LEDs indicate which channel is active and whether it is controlling the math or zoom traces. A roll mode displays variations in low-speed signals while an averaging acquisition mode eliminates the effects of noise or spurious events. Page mode scrolls through a history of waveform captures to isolate glitches, runts, or other signal abnormalities, and displays what happened before or after that event.

LeCroy Corp., 700 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977, (800) 553-2769,

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