LeCroy 9374L Oscilloscope
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1 GHz Bandwidth
The 9370 series digital storage Oscilloscope
up new horizons for engineers and scientists at the
leading edge of technological developments.
With 1 GHz bandwidth and long acquisition memories,
it is now possible to reveal previously hidden waveform
details. Narrow glitches are more accurately defined;
risetime measurements below 1 nanosecond are more precise;
and high-frequency content, filtered out in lower
bandwidth systems, is retained, thereby preserving
signal amplitudes and overall signal integrity.
2 GS/s Sample Rate
The 2- and 4-channel models of the 9370 series sample
simultaneously on all channels at 500 MS/s. Thus,
they are ideal for demanding high speed applications.
In addition, two channels can be combined to provide a
sample rate of 1 GS/s. The 9374 provides 2 GS/s in single
channel mode. Finer horizontal resolution and accuracy
are guaranteed by high sample rates. This is especially
critical in digital design where unpredictable circuit
behavior has to be identified and analyzed in detail
to be fully understood. Together with this excellent
single-shot performance the 9370 series also provides a
sample rate equivalent to 10 GS/s for repetitive signals.
8M Point Acquisition Memory
Channel memory lengths of 50k, 250k, 500k and 2M are
available on the 9370 series 2- and 4-channel DSOs.
The memory power is revealed when the user seeks to
sample at the highest speed over many timebase settings.
Short memory DSOs may boast a high sample rate for short
waveforms, but only a long memory Oscilloscope
deliver high sample rates for long waveforms. To exploit
this capability to its fullest the LeCroy
combines its channel acquisition memories to give the
user up to 8 million sample points, thereby providing
the waveform detail required on long and complex signals.
The combined capabilities of the 9370 series place
it in the forefront of DSO capability.
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26 January 2013