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MSO7032B Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: 350 MHz, 2 Analog plus 16 Digital Channels

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Evaluating Oscilloscopes to Debug Mixed-Signal Designs - Application Note
Discusses the number of channels, bandwidth, sample rates and triggering required to effectively monitor various analog and digital I/O signals in typical MCU/DSP-based embedded designs.
Evaluating Oscilloscope Sample Rates vs. Sampling Fidelity - Application Note
Make the most accurate digital measurements by learning how to evaluate oscilloscope sample rates vs. signal fidelity.
Evaluating Oscilloscope Vertical Noise Characteristics - Application Note
Measurement system noise will degrade your actual signal measurement accuracy, especially when you are measuring low-level signals and noise. Since oscilloscopes are broadband measurement instruments, the higher the bandwidth of the scope, the higher the vertical noise will be – in most situations.
Oscilloscope Waveform Update Rate Determines Ability to Capture Elusive Events - Application Note
See how you can increase your odds of finding infrequent glitches with a high oscilloscope update rate.
Evaluating Oscilloscope Mask Testing for Six Sigma Quality Standards - Application Note
Learn about the QA process and Six Sigma efficiency, and explore the benefits mask testing brings to the QA process for electronic signals and achieving Six Sigma quality in as little as 1.1 seconds.
Evaluating Oscilloscope Bandwidths for Your Application - Application Note
How much bandwidth does your oscilloscope really need? Learn how to choose the correct bandwidth oscilloscope for your application.
Making High-Resolution Frequency Measurements with Keysight 6000 Series
Oscilloscope users often need to make higher-resolution frequency measurements than their conventional oscilloscope is designed to handle.
Mixed Analog & Digital Signal Debug and Analysis Using a Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope
Using a mixed analog and digital 32 bit WLAN application example, this note shows how an MSO with deep memory makes debugging today’s mixed analog and digital designs easier than ever before.
Addressing the Challenges of High-Speed Digital I/O for Aerospace Defense – Application Note
This application note will also discuss test challenges and commercial test solutions for fiber digital I/O technologies to help mitigate risk in upgrading to fiber-based technologies.
Basic Oscilloscope Fundamentals - Application Note
This application note provides an overview of basic oscilloscope fundamentals. You will learn what an oscilloscope is and how to use oscilloscopes.
Debugging Serial Bus Systems with a Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope - AN 1395
This application note is for digital designers in R&D working with both analog and digital components, including microcontrollerand DSP systems using serial buses. also discusses the challenges associated with and new solutions for debugging.
Oscilloscope Display Quality Impacts Ability to View Subtle Signal Details - Application Note
The quality of your oscilloscope’s display can make a big difference in your ability to troubleshoot your designs effectively.

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