Date: Wed, April 15, 2020
Time:11:00am Pacific | 2:00pm Eastern
There has been an explosion in the market of high definition oscilloscopes at 1 GHz or more bandwidth with claims of 10-bit, 12-bit or even (remarkably!) 16-bit resolution. Oscilloscope manufacturers use a variety of design approaches to increase resolution, some of which impose other performance tradeoffs.
You might be wondering:
- What can be believed?
- How can you tell if you are getting what is advertised?
- What is the difference between high definition and high resolution?
Join Ken Johnson for this two-part webinar series to gain a better understanding of various manufacturer’s claims.
Part 2 provides an overview of various high definition/resolution oscilloscope design approaches and implementations with real-world comparisons of Teledyne LeCroy, Keysight, Rohde & Schwarz and Tektronix oscilloscopes and correlation of performance limitations with various design approaches. Click here to register.
Part 1 aired on March 11 and provided an understanding of the design of a digital oscilloscope acquisition system and the attendant sources of noise. Click here to watch the recording
Presenter: Ken Johnson, Director of Marketing, Product Architect Teledyne LeCroy