DSO-101 - Syscomp PC / Modular Oscilloscopes

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Digital Storage Oscilloscope

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The DSO-101 is an USB-powered digital storage oscilloscope with dual 20MS/s inputs and a 2MHz bandwidth that is small enough to fit in your pocket. Don't be fooled by its small size, the DSO-101 packs some powerful features including a hardware preamp, adjustable digital triggering, and 32kB memory depth on each of the two 8 bit input channels. The DSO-101 is powered by an open-source graphical user interface for Windows and Linux. The fully functional, easy to use software supports multiple triggering modes, waveform scrolling, saving waveforms to a file, and cursor measurements. Source code is included. The user can add and modify the graphic user interface as desired.

  • Vertical Controls: Each of the independently-sampled input channels features a full hardware preamp with seven input ranges from 50mV/division to 5V/division
  • Timebase Controls: Examine a variety of different signals with a 21 step timebase from 50ns/division to 200ms/division
  • Trigger Modes: Automatic, normal, manual and single-shot trigger modes are available
  • Trigger Controls: Precise 8-bit digitally adjustable trigger level on either channel. Examine pre or post trigger events by dragging the timebase cursor
  • Cursor Measurements: Use the on-screen cursors to measure waveform features. Time cursors allow the user to measure the period and frequency of waveforms. Voltage cursors allow the user to measure the amplitude of a waveform
  • Automatic Measurements: The graphical user interface automatically measures the frequency, period, average, maximum, minimum, and peak-to-peak values for both input channels
  • Screen Capture: The screen capture allows the user to take a snapshot of the scope graphic interface and save the results in JPEG or PostScript format
  • Add Your Own Features: Open source code and API allow you to add your own features, modify existing features, or rewrite the entire user interface