What is an Oscilloscope?
An Oscilloscope is a piece of electronics test equipment that captures and displays the activity of analog signals over a period of time. Typically this activity is displayed as a graph of voltage versus time and is used by an engineer to determine if the design they are working on is performing correctly. An Oscilloscope displays signals as a continuous waveform of varying voltages, and is used for looking at signals such as audio, power supply ripple, noise spikes, and op amp inputs and outputs.
USBee Oscilloscopes Resolve Bugs Faster and Easier
The USBee Test Pods have Oscilloscope functionality that includes unique and powerful features that assist in your electronics design. The USBee Oscilloscopes deliver the highest level of integration and functionality in the test instrument market. With up to 4 oscilloscope channels and 24 logic analyzer I/Os, the USBee combines four functions into one; protocol analyzer, logic analyzer, mixed signal oscilloscope and signal generator. Unlike other oscilloscopes which charge extra for each serial protocol, the USBee includes numerous serial protocols including I2C, SPI, Async, SDIO, 1-wire, I2S, CAN and support even custom protocols.
USBee Oscilloscope Overview
- Packet analyzer, logic analyzer, oscilloscope and signal generator all in one
- Up to 100MHz Sampling
- Up to 32 million sample buffer uncompressed
- Up to 2 trillion samples with compression
- Up to 24 digital channels/ 4 analog channels
- Advanced Triggering and Searching
- Small, compact and portable
- USB or Wi-Fi connected
The USBee test pods that include oscilloscope functionality are the USBee QX and USBee RX.