- Introduction To Pico Technology – Paul Allen Sales Manager – T & M
Unravelling the myth behind PC Oscilloscopes – Stuart Murlis – Field Applications Engineer ( EMEA )
A journey into The 2000 series PicoScope -Your complete test & measurement laboratory – Stuart Murlis – Field Applications Engineer ( EMEA )
You can use your PicoScope 2000 Series as an advanced oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, function generator, arbitrary waveform generator and protocol decoder out of the box. Mixed signal models also add a 16 channel logic analyzer. A complete electronics lab in one compact, low-cost, USB-powered unit.
Live demo – Detecting random glitches with the 2000 series – using segmented memory , mask limit testing and rapid trigger mode.
- Flexible resolution with the PicoScope 5000 series – Stuart Murlis – Field Applications Engineer ( EMEA )
Today’s electronic designs employ a wide range of signal types: analog, digital, serial (both high- and low-speed), parallel, audio, video, power distribution and so on. All need to be debugged, measured and validated to ensure that the device under test is functioning correctly and within specification.
Live Demo – Making the invisible visible – breakthrough ADC technology in the 5000 series allows a range of true hardware resolutions from 8 -16 bits , we will be revealing synchronous interference signals that are problematic when characterizing your device under test and how you can visualize them.
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