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An oscilloscope, previously called an oscillograph, and informally known as a scope or o-scope, CRO or DSO, is a type of electronic test instrument that graphically displays varying signal voltages.


Digital Oscilloscopes

A digital oscilloscope is a complex electronic device composed of various software and electronic hardware modules that work together to capture, process, display and store data that represents the signals of interest of an operator.

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A high speed digitizer has a variety of modern names such as low profile digitizer, low profile oscilloscope, PXI, AXI or multichannel data acquisition system; all are different terms for acquisition systems based on alternative (typically compact) form factors.

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Mixed Domain Oscilloscopes

Mixed domain oscilloscopes have the ability to display signals in both the time and frequency domains. In the time domain, they can display synchronized analog waveforms, digital waveforms, and decoded serial protocols. For frequency domain analysis, they include an integrated spectrum analyser signal path.

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Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

A mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO) is a type of digital storage oscilloscope designed to display and compare both analog signals and digital signals. It has input channels for both analog signals and digital signals.

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Oscilloscope Probes & Accessories

To further exploit the range of tests available to electrical test engineers, lab technicians or automotive engineers, there are accessories available including probes and probe sets, adaptor plugs, break-out adaptors, and spare battery packs for hand-held models.

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