About 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.
Ceyear 4456 Digital Phosphor Oscilloscopes Series
Frequency Range: 350 MHz, 500 MHz or 1 GHz
The Ceyear 4456 Digital Phosphor Oscilloscopes integrates functionalities of a digital oscilloscope, a logic analyser, a function generator, a protocol analyser and a digital voltmeter and has many functions
Rigol 1000 Digital Oscilloscopes Series
Frequency Range: 50 - 100 MHz / 2 Channels
The 1000 Series from RIGOL include the B, D, and E series oscilloscopes. The E Series are the value leader with 50-100 MHz models that include 2 channels and 1 Million points of memory.
Rigol 1000Z Oscilloscopes Series
Frequency Range: 50, 70, 100 or 200 MHz / Channels: 2 or 4
The 1000Z Series 4 channel oscilloscopes come in 50, 70, or 100 MHz versions with a 7 inch display and RIGOL's UltraVision technology. It also includes the 200 MHz, 2 Channel DS1202Z-E model.
Rigol 2000 Oscilloscopes Series
Frequency Range: 100, 200 or 300 MHz / Channels: 2
The 2000A Series is a fast and versatile scope covering frequencies up to 300 MHz with two channels and a wide vertical range (500uV/div-10V/div) to deliver an extremely low noise floor to help you capture smaller signals.
Rigol 4000 Oscilloscopes Series
Frequency Range: 100, 200, 300 or 500 MHz / Channels: 2 or 4
The 4000 series features bandwidths between 100 MHz and 500 MHz, sample rates up to 4GSa/s, 2 or 4 analog channels, and 16 digital logic channels.
Rigol 7000 Oscilloscopes Series
Frequency Range: 100, 200, 350 or 500 MHz / Channels: 4
The 7000 Series Oscilloscopes with 100 to 500 MHz models each with 4 analog channels, the 7000 Series brings innovative analysis and visualisation capabilities to embedded design, power analysis, serial decode, and RF applications.
Rigol DS6104 Oscilloscope
Frequency Range: 600 MHz or 1 GHz / Channels: 2 or 4
The 6104 Series Digital Oscilloscopes has up to 1 GHz of Bandwidth. Detecting high speed signals and device characteristics including ESD, digital video, and differential signals.