To achieve unparalleled real-time oscilloscope performance LeCroy (www.lecroy.com) has employed sixth generation DBI (Digital Bandwidth Interleave), custom second generation ASIC designs and SiGe processes in its WaveMaster 813Zi-A oscilloscope.
This four channel oscilloscope delivers a real-time sampling rate of 40 GS/s while offering a buffer memory of up to 20 Mpts/ch. In addition, it features a large 15.3-inch WXGA Color Display and is pristine with exceptional electrical noise, rise time, total and random jitter noise floor and overshoot performance.
Its proprietary X-Stream II architecture makes long acquisition memory pain free to use as it supports zooming, capturing, analyzing and measuring of multiple waveforms. The architecture design is augmented with high-speed serial data buses, an Inter Core 2 Quad processor with 12 GHz effective clock rate, eight GB of RAM and Windows 7 64-bit OS. These features allow the oscilloscope to provide 10 to 100 times faster processing speed compared to other oscilloscopes within its class.
For the best possible jitter measurement, the oscilloscope incorporates an exceptionally stable and accurate time base with low jitter noise floor of 125 fsrms.
The WaveMaster 813Zi-A oscilloscope frees users from probing limitations as it connects to single ended active probes, high bandwidth differential probes of up to 25 GHz, high voltage, current probes and mixed signals, offering a total system view. The oscilloscope also eliminates the need for external power supplies or adapters as it comes with selectable 1 Mohm and 50 Ohm input capability, enabling it to be used with any active or passive LeCroy probe.