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5105B - BK Precision Analog Digital Oscilloscopes


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  • Model: 5105B
  • Manufactured by: BK Precision
  • Bandwidth: 150MHz
  • Channels: 2
  • Sampling Rate: 1GSa/sec
  • Extra Specifications: (1GS/s) Analog/Digital Oscilloscope

The model 5105B is a 150 MHz (1GS/s) Analog/Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO). It is a high performance 150MHz analog oscilloscope with the capability of digitizing and storing waveforms with its 1GS/s A/D Converters. After the digital acquisition, the data can be manipulated and displayed for examination. Unlike other DSOs on the market the 5105B is an Analog/Digital model that is not limited by the shortcomings of pure Digital Storage Oscilloscopes.

  • 1GS/s Real time sampling
  • Auto set
  • Save/recall
  • Readout cursors
  • 2 + 2 logic channels
  • Time base 50s to 5ns
  • 8-Bit low noise flash A/D converters
  • Pre and post trigger – 100% to +400%
  • Acquisition modes: Single Event, Refresh, Average, Envelope, Roll, Peak-Detect
  • On screen Help information
  • RS-232 Interface Advantages of Analog over Digital:
    • Analog scopes display signals in real time
    • Analog scopes can catch rare events that DSOs can miss due to their sampling rate limitations
    • Analog scope are not limited in vertical resolution by 8 or 12 bit A/D converters that can lose signal details during the digitizing process
    • Analog scopes have a frequency response which closely follows the Gaussian curve; this means in practice that frequencies far beyond the -3dB frequency will be shown. The amplitude will be reduced but they will be shown
  • Advantages of the added digital operation:
    • Capture and storage of single events for event analysis 
    • No screen flicker with very low frequency signals
    • Fast signals with a low repetition rate response and low duty cycle can be displayed with high intensity
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