Yokogawa Electric (www.yokogawa.com) has unveiled a four channel oscilloscope that is designed to match sample rate and memory depth between the logic and analog channels — the DL9710L mixed signal oscilloscope.
Offering bandwidth of 1GHz, the oscilloscope features a memory length of 6.25 MW/ch and a maximum real-time sampling rate of five GS/s. This lightweight and compact oscilloscope also comes with versatile search and zoom functions.
Unlike other oscilloscopes which show digitally persisted acquisitions in a single display layer, the DL9710L allows users to toggle digital persistence on or off, and with the oscilloscope’s unique “history memory” function users can separate and observe previously acquired data individually.
Aside from updating the display at high speed, the oscilloscope also offers a function for recalling a maximum of 2000 screens worth of past waveforms.
In addition, to take full advantage of the oscilloscope’s full potential; the oscilloscope should not only offer high-speed screen updating. It should also have the ability to analyze and redisplay individual waveforms.
The DL9710L mixed signal oscilloscope permits users to assign 32-bit logic signals to a maximum of five groups. The number of bits assigned for each group is unlimited. Thus, all 32 bits can be assigned to a single group.
For easy and flexible settings, groups are divided using a graphical interface, while analysis such as state display, DA conversion and bus display can be executed on a group-by-group basis.
Featuring a variety of waveform search functions, the DL9710L MSO enables users to find specific serial or parallel data patterns or detect abnormal signals. Its data search types include state search, zone search, serial pattern search, waveform parameter search and waveform window search.