What is the maximum bit rate a decoded SPI bus can trigger on?
Different oscilloscopes have different triggering circuitry therefor the limits of what speeds can be achieved vary by scope. Please use the following table to easily look up your scope and determine your max SPI bus trigger level. For more questions please contact your local Technical Support Center and an Application Engineer can quickly answer your questions.
Scope + Option Max Trigger Rate MSO/DPO2000 + DPO2EMBD 10 Mb/s MSO/DPO3000 + DPO3EMBD 10 Mb/s MSO/DPO4000 + DPO4EMBD 10 Mb/s MSO/DPO4000B + DPO4EMBD 50 Mb/s MSO/DPO5000 + SR-EMBD 10 Mb/s MSO/DPO5000B + SR-EMBD 10 Mb/s DPO7000C + SR-EMBD 10 Mb/s MSO/DSA/DPO70000C/D/DX + SR-EMBD 10 Mb/s MDO3000 + MDO3EMBD 10 Mb/s MDO4000 + MDO4EMBD 10 Mb/s MDO4000B + MDO4EMBD 50 Mb/s MDO4000C + MDO4EMBD 50 Mb/s For additional information on SPI bus trigger and analysis, please refer to the Datasheet, User Manual or Product Performance and Verification Manual.
Note: Windows scopes can decode SPI signals up to the bandwidth of the scope, only the trigger is set in the table above.
This FAQ Applies to:
Product Series: MSO3000 / DPO3000 MSO/DPO2000B Mixed Signal Oscilloscope MSO / DPO70000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope MSO/DPO5000B Mixed Signal Oscilloscope MSO/DPO4000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (Discontinued) DPO7000 MDO3000 Mixed Domain Oscilloscope MDO4000C Mixed Domain Oscilloscope
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