Mixed-signal oscilloscope

  • 02-Dec-2008 03:28 EST

The Yokogawa DLM2000 series is a family of mixed-signal oscilloscopes that combines long memory, fast waveform acquisition, flexible configuration, and compact form factor. With up to 500 MHz bandwidth and 2 GS/s sampling speed, these cost-effective oscilloscopes offer up to 125 M points in memory and an update rate up to 1 million waveforms per second. In addition, the combination of flexible analog and digital inputs, plus a large-screen display in a compact ergonomically styled body, makes the instruments easy to use. The DLM2000 series features a number of measurement and analysis features, including histogram and trending functions, up to 20,000 history memories, digital filtering, zoom windows, user-defined mathematics, and serial bus analysis.
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