Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

About 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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Rigol MSO5000 Oscilloscopes Series

Frequency Range: 70, 100, 200 or 350 MHz / Channels: 2 or 4

The MSO5000 Series Oscilloscopes with 70 to 350 MHz models each with 2 or 4 analog channels, the MSO5000 Series brings innovative flexibility and capability to the engineer’s bench.

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Rigol MSO5152-E Oscilloscope

Frequency Range: 150 MHz / Channels: 2

The MSO5152-E Oscilloscope is a great choice for visualising & digital signals with enough advanced capabilities to simplify debugging.

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Rigol MSO8000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes Series

Frequency Range: 600 MHz, 1 or 2 GHz / Channels: 4

The MSO8000 Series Oscilloscopes combine best in class sampling and memory depth with our modern, flexible user interface with 600 MHz, 1 GHz, and 2 GHz models each with 4 analog channels.

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