MSO/DPO3000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
Looking for the MSO/DPO3000 Series at 100 MHz, 300 MHz and 500 MHz? You will find their replacements in the MDO3000 Series. These mixed domain oscilloscopes have a built-in spectrum analyzer, arbitrary/function generator and up to 1 GHz bandwidth.
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Feature-rich tools for debugging mixed signal designs.
With up to 500 MHz bandwidth and 2.5 GS/s sample rate, the MSO/DPO3000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope Series provides the performance you need for many of today's mainstream applications. With as many as 20 channels, you can analyze analog and digital signals with a single instrument. Combine that with automated serial and parallel bus analysis, innovative Wave Inspector® controls, and automated power measurements, and the MSO/DPO3000 Series provides the feature-rich tools you need to simplify and speed debug of your complex design.
|Up to 4 analog and 16 digital channels||Analyze analog and digital signals on a single instrument for system-level troubleshooting of complex designs.|
|Digital phosphor display||Quickly discover glitches and infrequent events with a greater than 50,000 wfm/s waveform capture rate and intensity-graded display.|
|Complete set of triggers||Rapidly capture signal anomalies with over 125 available trigger combinations, including setup/hold, serial packet content and parallel data.|
|Wave Inspector® controls||Easily search, mark and navigate long record lengths to find all occurrences of your event.|
|Automated Measurements||Simplify analysis of your device with 29 automated measurements, FFT analysis, measurement statistics, and advanced waveform math.|
|Parallel bus triggering and analysis (MSO Series)||Quickly debug your parallel bus with automated trigger, decode and search. Capture fast transitions with timing resolution up to 121.2 ps.|
|Serial triggering and analysis (optional)||Quickly debug common serial buses with automated trigger, decode and search - I2C, SPI, MIL-STD-1553, CAN, LIN, FlexRay, RS-232/422/485/UART and I2S/LJ/RJ/TDM.|
|Power analysis (optional)||Achieve fast, accurate results with integrated automated power measurements.|
|Upgradable bandwidth||Purchase the performance you need today that fits your budget, and simply upgrade the bandwidth when your project requirements change.|
|Debugging Serial Buses in Embedded System Designs|
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|How to Use a Mixed Signal Oscilloscope to Test Digital Circuits|
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|Introduction to Video MeasurementsIn this application note we demonstrate using a MDO/MSO/DPO oscilloscope to make video measurements.||Application Note|
|Measuring Power Supply Switching Loss with an Oscilloscope|
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|Wave Inspector® Navigation and Search: Simplifying Waveform Analysis|
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|10 Factors in Choosing a Basic Oscilloscope.|
Basic oscilloscopes are used as windows into signals for troubleshooting circuits or checking signal quality. They generally come with bandwidths from around 50 MHz to 200 MHz and are found in almost every design lab, education lab, service center and manufacturing cell.
Whether you buy a new scope every month or every five years, this guide will give you a quick overview of the key factors that determine the suitability of a basic oscilloscope to the job at hand.
|MSO/DPO3000 Series vs. Agilent MSO/DSO7000A Fact SheetSide-by-side comparison on important features like serial triggering and decode, waveform navigation and search, and measurement and channel math.||Competitive|
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|Tektronix MSO/DPO3000 Series vs. Agilent DSO5000A Fact SheetCompare the Tektronix MSO/DPO3000 Series oscilloscope with the Agilent DSO5000A in this insightful product comparison. See why persistence modes are critical for taking measurements and learn the real story behind record length, search/navigation, serial decoding capabilities and more.||Competitive|
|Serial Support Using Tektronix Oscilloscopes and Optional Software|
Tektronix oscilloscopes offer a portfolio of optional analysis capabilities to simplify serial bus debug or compliance verification. This selection matrix shows which serial standards are supported by each of the oscilloscope series.