RIGOL Technologies introduced the DHO4000 and DHO1000 Series of High Definition Oscilloscopes. Featuring true 12-bit resolution, DHO oscilloscopes are available in 70 MHz – 800 MHz bandwidths and 2 or 4 channels. The DHO Series is powered by the new UltraVision III platform featuring a custom ASIC chipset, which also provides for dramatically lower front-end noise. The higher resolution and lower noise enable users to analyze much smaller signal artifacts with greater speed and accuracy.
|DHO4000 oscilloscopes are available in 200-800 MHz, 4 channels, 4 GSa/sec sampling, 100 μV/division range, and 250 MPts of memory standard (500 MPts optional).||DHO1000 scopes offer 70-200 MHz bandwidth, 2 or 4 channels, 1 GSa/sec sampling, 500 μV/division range, and 50 MPts of memory standard (100 MPts optional).|
Both series feature 12 bit resolution and a 10.1″ intuitive touch screen display. They also incorporate RIGOL’s new UltraAcquire Burst Capture mode which makes it possible to visualize dynamic signals in multiple display modes while minimizing down time between trigger events.
UltraVision III Platform with Custum ASIC Chipset
The DHO series scopes utilize the UltraVision III platform that was successfully introduced earlier this year the StationMax Oscilloscopes. The true 12 bit resolution and lower front-end noise will offer engineers much greater signal fidelity and analysis capabilities for signals from power to communications. Rigol believes the HDO series oscilloscopes will be a market game-changer with their outstanding performance characteristics and pricing comparable to our mixed signal oscilloscopes with similar channel count and bandwidth.
RIGOL’s new oscilloscope technology and ASIC chipset enable sampling with true 12 bit resolution. This reduces the quantization level between bits by a factor of 16 for far superior precision. In addition, the new chipset delivers a significantly lower noise floor than traditional oscilloscopes. RIGOL’s UltraAcquire Burst Capture completes this new technology package by allowing users to capture signals at a faster rate and to visualize them in multiple display modes including density, waterfall, perspective and mosaic.