TDS Series Four Trace Digital Oscilloscope

TDS Series Four Trace Digital Oscilloscope

Touchscreen Digital Oscilloscope with 70MHz / 100MHz / 200MHz Bandwidth, 1GS/s / 2GS/s sample rate, 7.6M record length and 50,000 wfms/s waveform refresh rate

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TDS Series Four Trace Digital Oscilloscope

- 70MHz-200MHz Bandwidth, Max 2GS/s Sample rate

- 7.6M record length

- 50,000 wfms/s waveform capture rate

- waveform zooming (horizontal / vertical), and saving

- FFT points (length, and resolution variable)

- multi-window extension

- 8 inches 800 x 600 pixels high def LCD

- multi- communication interface : USB, VGA, LAN

- LabVIEW supported


Model No.ChannelBandwidthSample RateRecord Length
TDS7074470MHz1GS/s7.6M
TDS71044100MHz1GS/s7.6M
TDS81044100MHz2GS/s7.6M
TDS82044200MHz2GS/s7.6M


1. Touch screen

 


 


FAQ


The spectrum analyzer is a powerful tool for making noise measurements. In general, spectrum analyzers can display the relation between power (or voltage) and frequency, which is similar to the noise spectral density curve. In fact, some spectrum analyzers have a special mode of operation that allows the measurement results to be displayed directly in spectral density units (ie nV/rt-Hz). In other cases, the measurement result must be multiplied by a correction factor to convert the relevant unit of measure into spectral density units.


spectrum analyzers, like oscilloscopes, are both digital and analog. One method of generating a spectral curve by an analog spectrum analyzer is to sweep a band-pass filter at various frequencies while plotting the measured output value of the filter. Another approach is to use superheterodyne reception, which performs scanning of the local oscillator at various frequencies. However, digital spectrum analyzers use fast Fourier transforms to generate the spectrum (often used with superheterodyne receiving technology).


Although the spectrum analyzers used are of different models, some major parameters still need to be considered. The start and stop frequencies indicate the frequency range over which the bandpass filter is scanned. The resolution bandwidth is the width of the bandpass filter scanned in the frequency range. Reducing the resolution bandwidth will increase the ability of the spectrum analyzer to process signals at discrete frequencies while extending the scan time. Figure 1 shows the operation of the scan filter. Figure 2 and Figure 3 show the results obtained when the same spectrum analyzer uses different resolution bandwidths. In Figure 2, because the resolution bandwidth is set very small, discrete frequency components (ie, 150 Hz) are properly handled. On the other hand, in Fig. 3, the discrete frequency component (ie, 1200 Hz) has not been properly handled because the resolution bandwidth is set to be very large.


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Figure 1.

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Figure 2.

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Figure 3.



Model TDS7074TDS7104 TDS8104 TDS8204
Bandwidth70MHz100MHz200MHz
Channel4
Sample Rate1GS/s2GS/s
Waveform Capture Rate50,000 wfms/s
Display8" touch screen color LCD
Record Length7.6M
Horizontal Scale (s/div)2ns/div - 100s/div, step by 1 - 2 - 5
Vertical Resolution (A/D)8 bits resolution (4 channels simultaneously)
Vertical Sensitivity2mV/div - 10V/div (at input)
Trigger TypeEdge, Pulse, Video, Slope
Trigger ModeAuto, Normal, Single
Waveform Math+, -, ×, ÷, FFT
Communication PortUSB host, USB device, VGA, LAN、AUX
Dimension (W×H×D)380 × 180 × 115 (mm)
Weight (without package)1.5 kg



 

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ACCESSORIES   The accessories subject to final delivery.

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Power Cord

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CD Rom

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Quick Guide

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USB Cable

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Probe

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Probe Adjust

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Soft Bag
(optional)


 

 

 

 

 

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