Digital Oscilloscope 100MHz
A digital oscilloscope with a 100MHz bandwidth is a type of test and measurement instrument designed for visualising and analysing electrical signals, in the frequency range up to 100 million Hertz (100MHz). They provide valuable insights into circuit behaviour, signal quality, and timing analysis. Their digital nature allows for more accurate measurements and versatile signal analysis, making them suitable for a wide range of areas including education, electronics, engineering, and various scientific and research applications.
Unlike traditional analogue oscilloscopes, which use analogue components to display waveforms, digital oscilloscopes digitise incoming signals, allowing for more precise and versatile measurements.
Digital 100 MHz Oscilloscope features include:
- Typically has a high sampling rate, enabling it to capture fast-changing waveforms with fine detail. The sampling rate is an important factor in accurately reproducing the input signal.
- Come with at least two input channels, allowing you to simultaneously measure and display two different signals. Some models offer more channels for more complex analysis.
- Digital oscilloscopes often come with a range of advanced features, including precise triggering options (such as edge, pulse, and serial bus triggering), automated measurements, waveform math and FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) analysis, and the ability to save and recall waveforms for later analysis.
- Large and High-Resolution Display for clear visualisation of waveforms and measurements.
- Connectivity often includes USB, LAN, and other connectivity options for data transfer, remote control, and integration with other test equipment and software.
- Designed with user-friendly interfaces, making it easy to set up and operate the oscilloscope and access its various features.