High-accuracy dual-channel digital oscilloscope with 100 MHz bandwidth, 1 GSa/s sampling rate, 8 bits vertical resolution. Digital oscilloscope has the advantages of waveform triggering, storage, display, measurement, and waveform data analysis and processing.
Tips: When should the oscilloscope sample rate be considered? Bandwidth is dependent on the object being measured. On the premise that the bandwidth is satisfied, it is hoped that the minimum sampling interval (the reciprocal of the sampling rate) can capture the signal details you need. When selecting a sine wave, the bandwidth of the oscilloscope should be more than 3 times the frequency of the measured sine signal, and the sampling rate should be 4 to 5 times the bandwidth, which is actually 12 to 15 times the signal; for other waveforms, Make sure the sampling rate is high enough to capture signal details. If you are using an oscilloscope, you can verify whether the sampling rate is sufficient by the following method: Stop the waveform and zoom in on the waveform. If you find changes in the waveform (such as certain amplitudes), it means that the sampling rate is not enough, otherwise it will be fine. In addition, point displays can also be used to analyze whether the sampling rate is sufficient.