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PicoScope® 9300 시리즈
USB Sampling Oscilloscopes
Sampling Oscilloscopes to 25 GHz with TDR/TDT and Optical models
15 to 25 GHz electrical, 9.5 GHz optical, TDR/TDT, 2-channel and 4-channel, compact, portable, USB instruments.
These units occupy very little space on your workbench and are small enough to carry with your laptop for on-site testing, but that’s not all. Instead of using remote probe heads attached to a large bench-top unit, you can position the scope right next to the device under test. Now all that lies between your scope and the DUT is a short, low-loss coaxial cable. Everything you need is built into the oscilloscope, with no expensive hardware or software add-ons to worry about.
▶ 15 TS/s (64 fs) sequential sampling
▶ Up to 15 GHz prescaled, 2.5 GHz direct trigger and 11.3 Gb/s clock recovery
▶ Industry-leading 16-bit 1 MS/s ADC and 60 dB dynamic range
▶ Eye and mask testing to 16 Gb/s with up to 223–1 pattern lock
▶ Intuitive, touch-compatible Windows user interface
▶ Comprehensive built-in measurements, histogramming and editable data mask library
▶ Integrated, differential, deskewable TDR/TDT step generator
▶ Telecom and radar test, service and manufacturing
▶ Optical fiber, transceiver and laser testing
▶ RF, microwave and gigabit digital system measurements
▶ Ethernet, HDMI 1 and 2, USB 2 and 3, PCI, SATA
▶ Semiconductor characterization
▶ TDR/TDT analysis of cables, connectors, backplanes, PCBs and networks
25 GHz bandwidth in a compact USB instrument
PicoScope 9300 Series sampling oscilloscopes use triggered sequential sampling to capture high-bandwidth repetitive or clock-derived signals without the expense or jitter of a very high-speed clocked sampling system such as a real-time oscilloscope. 25 GHz bandwidth allows measurement of 14 ps transitions, and low sampling jitter enables timing resolution down to 0.064 ps. Sequential sampling rate of 1 MS/s, unsurpassed by other sampling oscilloscopes, enables rapid building of waveforms, eye diagrams and histograms.
These two and four channel units occupy very little space on a workbench and are small enough to carry with a laptop for on-site testing. Furthermore, instead of using remote probe heads attached to a large bench-top unit, you can position the PicoScope 9300 right next to the device under test and connect to it with short, low-loss coaxial cables.
Everything you need is built into the oscilloscope, with no expensive hardware or software add-ons to worry about. Alternatively, you can use your PicoScope 9300 with a stand-alone PG900 TDR/TDT differential fast pulse generator to gain the extra versatility and configurability of independent high-performance source and measurement instruments.
2.5 GHz direct and up to 15 GHz prescaled trigger
Sampling oscilloscopes accept their trigger from a separate input, either directly for repetition rates up to 2.5 GHz or via a prescaling divider input, for repetition rates up to 15 GHz (14 GHz on 15 and 20 GHz models).
Built-in 11.3 Gb/s clock data recovery trigger
To support serial data applications in which the data clock is not available as a trigger, or for which trigger jitter needs to be reduced, the PicoScope 9302 and 9321 include a clock recovery module. This continuously regenerates the data clock from the incoming serial data or trigger signal and can do so with reduced jitter even over very long trigger delays or for pattern lock applications. A divider accessory kit is included to route the signal to both the clock recovery and oscilloscope inputs.
9.5 GHz optical model
The PicoScope 9321-20 includes a built-in precision optical-to-electrical
converter. With the converter output routed to one of the scope inputs
(optionally through an SMA pulse shaping filter), the PicoScope 9321-20 can analyze standard optical communications signals such as OC48/STM16, 4.250 Gb/s Fibre Channel and 2xGB Ethernet. The scope can perform eyediagram measurements with automatic measurement of optical parameters including extinction ratio, S/N ratio, eye height and eye width. With its integrated clock recovery module, the scope is usable to 11.3 Gb/s.
The converter input accepts both single-mode (SM) and multi-mode (MM)
fibers and has a wavelength range of 750 to 1650 nm.
The PicoScope 9311-15 and 9311-20 generate 2.5 to 7 V steps with 60 ps rise time from built-in step recovery diodes. They are supplied with a comprehensive set of calibrated accessories to support your TDR/TDT measurements, including cables, signal dividers, adaptors, attenuator and reference load and short.
The PicoScope 9311-20 TDR/TDT model includes source deskew with 1 ps resolution and comprehensive calibration, reference plane and measurement functions. Voltage, impedance or reflection coefficient (ρ) can be plotted against time or distance.
An alternative approach to TDR/TDT capability is to pair any 9300 Series scope with a standalone PG900 pulse generator. These instruments include similar differential step recovery diode step generators and also offer an option of 40 ps tunnel diode step generation. This brings extra flexibility and the ability to remotely position the pulse source. The generators also enable TDT and TDR with the PicoScope 9301, 9302 clock recovery, 9321 optical and 9341 4-channel sampling oscilloscopes.
Built-in signal generator
All the PicoScope 9300 Series scopes can generate industry-standard and custom signals including clock, pulse and pseudo-random binary sequence. You can use these to test the instrument’s inputs, experiment with its features and verify complex setups such as mask tests. AUX OUTPUT can also be configured as a trigger output.
PicoConnect® 900 Series: the shape of probes to come
The PicoConnect 900 Series is a range of low-invasive, high-frequency passive probes, designed for microwave and gigabit applications up to 9 GHz and 18 Gb/s. They deliver unprecedented performance and flexibility at a low price and are an obvious choice to use alongside the PicoScope 9300 Series scopes.
Features of the PicoConnect 900 Series probes
Extremely low loading capacitance of < 0.3 pF typical, 0.4 pF upper test limit for all models
Slim, fingertip design for accurate and steady probing or solder-in at fine scale
Interchangeable SMA probe heads at division ratios of 5:1, 10:1 and 20:1, AC or DC coupled
Accurate probing of high speed transmission lines for Z0 = 0 Ω to 100 Ω
Class-leading uncorrected pulse/eye response and pulse/eye disturbance
PicoSource® PG900 Series differential pulse generators
For greater versatility than a built-in signal generator can offer, you may want to separate your high-performance fast-step TDR/TDT pulse source from the sampling oscilloscope and have two instruments to use either stand-alone or together as required.
The PicoSource PG900 Series generators contain the same step recovery diode pulse source as the PicoScope 9311, or slightly faster but reduced amplitude tunnel diode pulse heads, rehoused in a separate USB-controlled instrument. All are supplied with PicoSource PG900 control software.
SMA Bessel-Thomson pulse-shaping filters
For use with the 9321-20 optical to electrical converter, a range of Bessel–Thomson filters is available for standard bit rates. These filters are essential for accurate characterization of signals emerging from an optical transmission system.
The first eye diagram, above left, shows the ringing typical of an unequalized O/E converter output at 622 Mb/s. The second eye diagram, above right, shows the result of connecting the 622 Mb/s B-T filter. This is an accurate representation of the signal that an equalized optical receiver would see, enabling the PicoScope 9321 to display correct measurements.
Application-configurable PicoSample 3 oscilloscope software
Designed for ease of use
The PicoSample 3 workspace takes full advantage of your available display size and resolution. You decide how much space to give to the trace display and the measurements display, and whether to open or hide the control menus. The user interface is fully touch- or mouse-operable, with grabbing and dragging of traces, cursors, regions and parameters. There are enlarged parameter controls for use on smaller touch displays. To zoom, either draw a zoom window or use the more traditional dual timebase, delay and scaling controls.
A choice of screen formats
When working with multiple traces, you can display them all on one grid or separate them into two or four grids. You can also plot signals in XY mode with or without additional voltage-time grids. The persistence display modes use color-coding or shading to show statistical variations in the signal. Trace display can be in either dots-only or vector format.
Pattern sync trigger and eye line mode
When a repeating data pattern such as a pseudorandom bit sequence is present, an internal trigger divider can lock to it. You can then use eye-line mode to move the trigger point, and view point, along the whole pattern, bit by bit. Eye-line scan mode is also available to build an eye diagram from a user-selected range of bit intervals through to the whole pattern. These features are useful for analyzing data-dependent waveshapes.
PicoSample 3 has a built-in library of over 160 masks for testing data eyes. It can count or capture mask hits or route them to an alarm or acquisition control. You can stress-test against a mask using a specified margin, and locally compile or edit masks.
There’s a choice of gray-scale and color-graded display modes to aid in analyzing noise and jitter in eye diagrams. There is also a statistical display showing a failure count for both the original mask and the margin.
The extensive menu of built-in test waveforms is invaluable for checking your mask test setup before using it on live signals.
Measurement of over 100 waveform parameters with statistics
The PicoScope 9300 Series scopes quickly measure well over 100 standard waveform and eye parameters, either for the whole waveform or constrained between markers. The markers can also make on-screen ruler measurements, so you don’t need to count graticules or estimate the waveform’s position. Up to ten simultaneous measurements are possible. The measurements conform to IEEE standard definitions, but you can edit them for non-standard thresholds and reference levels using the advanced menu or by dragging the on-screen thresholds and levels. You can apply limit tests to up to four measured parameters.
A dedicated frequency counter shows signal frequency at all times, regardless of measurement and timebase settings.
Powerful mathematical analysis
The PicoScope 9300 Series scopes support up to four simultaneous mathematical combinations or functional transformations of acquired waveforms.
You can select any of the mathematical functions to operate on either one or two sources. All functions can operate on live waveforms, waveform memories or even other functions. There is also a comprehensive equation editor for creating custom functions of any combination of source waveforms.
All PicoScope 9300 Series oscilloscopes can calculate real, imaginary and complex Fast Fourier Transforms of input signals using a range of windowing functions. The results can be further processed using the math functions. FFTs are useful for finding crosstalk and distortion problems, adjusting filter circuits designed to filter out certain harmonics in a waveform, testing impulse responses of systems, and identifying and locating noise and interference sources.
강력한 수학적 분석
Behind the powerful measurement and display capabilities of the 9300 Series lies a fast, efficient data histogramming capability. A powerful visualization and analysis tool in its own right, the histogram is a probability graph that shows the distribution of acquired data from a source within a user-definable window.
Histograms can be constructed on waveforms on either the vertical or horizontal axes. The most common use for a vertical histogram is measuring and characterizing noise and pulse parameters. A horizontal histogram is typically used to measure and characterize jitter.
Software Development Kit
The SDK consists of the PicoSample 3 software download and a comprehensive programmer's guide, both available from picotech.com, and example code freely available from our GitHub organization page, github.com/picotech. The SDK can control the oscilloscope over the USB or the LAN port.
9400 시리즈의 강력한 측정 및 디스플레이 기능 뒤에는 빠르고 효율적인 데이터 히스토그램
기능이 숨어 있습니다. 9400 시리즈에 탑재된 강력한 시각화 및 분석 도구인 히스토그램은
소스로부터 획득한 데이터의 분포를 사용자 정의 가능한 창에 표시한 확률 그래프입니다.
히스토그램은 세로축 또는 가로축상에 파형이 놓이도록 구성할 수 있습니다. 세로 히스토그램은
주로 노이즈 및 펄스 파라미터의 측정과 특성 분석에 사용됩니다. 가로 히스토그램은 일반적으로
지터 측정과 특성 분석에 사용됩니다.
소프트웨어 개발 키트
PicoSample 4 소프트웨어는 자립형 오실로스코프 프로그램 형태나 ActiveX 원격 제어 모드로
작동할 수 있습니다. ActiveX 제어는 Windows COM 인터페이스 표준을 준수하므로, 사용자의
소프트웨어에 임베딩할 수 있습니다. 복잡한 드라이버 기반 프로그래밍 방법과 달리, ActiveX
명령은 어느 프로그래밍 환경에서도 쉽게 생성할 수 있는 문자열입니다. 프로그래밍 예시는
COM 인터페이스를 지원하는 모든 프로그래밍 언어 또는 표준을 사용할 수 있습니다. National
Instruments의 LabVIEW 드라이버도 사용할 수 있습니다. PicoScope 9400 및 PicoSample
소프트웨어의 모든 기능은 원격으로 액세스할 수 있습니다.
Pico는 ActiveX 제어 기능이 자세히 설명된 종합 프로그래머 가이드를 제공합니다. SDK는 USB
또는 LAN 포트를 통해 오실로스코프를 제어할 수 있습니다.
PicoScope 9400 시리즈 입력, 출력 및 표시기
전원 LED: 정상 작동 시 녹색
상태/트리거 LED: 연결 진행 및 트리거 표시
채널 입력: PicoScope 9404 입력 채널 4개: 채널 1~4 샘플링 속도에 영향을 미치지 않고 채널을
몇 개든 활성화할 수 있습니다. 활성화된 채널 간에는 캡처 메모리(250 kS)만 공유됩니다.
내장형 CAL 테스트 신호: 보정기 출력(CAL OUT)은 DC, 1 kHz 또는 가변 주파수 구형파 출력을
제공합니다. 스코프 입력을 확인하는 데 사용됩니다.
트리거 출력: 외부 장치를 PicoScope 9404의 상승 에지, 하강 에지 및 홀드오프 트리거 끝에
동기화하는 데 사용됩니다.
RST(초기화 버튼) USB: USB 2.0 포트는 오실로스코프를 PC에 연결하는 데 사용됩니다.
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