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Oscilloscope with 10-Bit vertical Resolution for exceptional Signal Fidelity

TLC HDO900031 August 2016 - Teledyne LeCroy introduces the HDO9000 High Definition Oscilloscopes, which unveil HD1024 high definition technology that automatically optimizes vertical resolution under each measurement condition to deliver 10 bits of vertical resolution. The combination of the next-generation MAUI with OneTouch user interface with a big, bright, 15.4” touch screen takes oscilloscope efficiency, intuitiveness, and ease of use to a completely new level.

The addition of the HD1024 technology to an exceptionally deep analysis toolbox enables the HDO9000 to easily uncover difficult to find signal abnormalities. The HDO9000 High Definition Oscilloscopes offer 10-bit resolution, bandwidths of 1 GHz to 4 GHz and sample rates of 40 GS/s, enabling efficient and accurate debug in high definition. Two units can be synchronized to operate as 8-Channel Oscilloscope without limitations, another unique feature in these high performance oscilloscopes.

HD1024 High Definition Technology

A critical element of the HDO9000 is the HD1024 technology, which provides 10 bits of vertical resolution with 4 GHz bandwidth. Waveforms are displayed clearly and crisply, unmasking fine signal details that cannot be seen on conventional 8-bit oscilloscopes. HD1024 technology enables the HDO9000 High Definition Oscilloscopes to automatically and dynamically determine the best ADC configuration under each specific measurement condition. Thus, the oscilloscope always provides optimal resolution. By utilizing optimized filtering the HDO9000 can provide additional resolution beyond 10 bits; extending up to 13.8 bits. As with all members of Teledyne LeCroy’s HDO family, the HDO9000 sports an exceptionally low-noise system architecture that delivers outstanding effective number of bits (ENOB).

Superior User Experience

The HDO9000 and MAUI with OneTouch allows users to perform all common operations with a single touch of the display, optimizing for convenience and efficiency. Users’ instinctive interaction with the oscilloscope dramatically reduces measurement setup time. Meanwhile, the 15.4” high resolution touch screen’s bright display and quick responsiveness further enhances the efficiency and intuitiveness of MAUI with OneTouch.

Debug in High Definition

In addition to the versatile standard toolset, Teledyne LeCroy offers a broad variety of optional software packages to equip the HDO9000 for all validation and debug requirements ranging from automated standards compliance packages to flexible debugging toolkits. A suite of protocol-specific measurement and eye diagram packages complements the industry’s most intuitive trigger and decode software. The serial data packages augment HDO9000’s already deep and powerful toolbox of math, measurement, debug, and documentation tools, bringing unsurpassed analysis capabilities to the bench or lab. Application-specific packages enable streamlined debug for common design and validation scenarios.

Options include digital filtering, spectrum analysis, device and switching power supply analysis, and more. Advanced customization options allow users to define their own parameters and math functions for unique and limitless analysis capabilities.

The mixed signal (-MS) models have 16 digital lines which can be used for trigger, decode, and measurements for analyzing timing irregularities or for general-purpose debug of digital designs. Additionally, the HDO9000 is compatible with the HDA125 High-speed Digital Analyzer, with 12.5 GS/s digital sampling rate on 18 input channels, and the revolutionary QuickLink probing solution for high performance digital acquisitions. These mixed signal options allow analog channels to be reserved for observing physical layer defects.

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