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Good Will Instek GDS-3000 Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

October 5, 2010 - New Products

Good Will Instrument is announcing to the global market its new GDS-3000 Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, which creates a new benchmark of DSO value in the field. With 5GSa/s sampling and Visual Persistence Oscilloscope (VPO) technology, GDS-3000 displays waveforms truthfully and captures less-frequently-occurred signals, like glitches or runts, simultaneously without missing any spot of waveform information. A 100GSa/s ET sampling rate (10ps pt-pt resolution) is provided to accurately reconstruct repetitive waveforms avoiding software interpolation distortion.

The 5GSa/s real-time sampling combined with a good variety of trigger selections enable the capture of fast and complex signals and display waveforms with Sinc interpolation. The 8” LCD with SVGA (800 x 600) resolution provides an ample display space to accommodate multiple waveform signals, on-screen menu, setting status and associated measurement information, giving all-at-a-glance convenience. A unique Split-screen feature allows each input channel to be operated independently with respective setting and waveform display. This gives users flexibility to use the GDS-3000 Series as a multi-scope-in-one DSO.

Here is some features in this latest Digital Storage Oscilloscope:

5GSa/s Sampling & VPO Technology

The GDS-3000 Series adopts VPO (Visual Persistence Oscilloscope) signal processing technology to enhance the performance of multi-gray-scale waveform display. The FPGA parallel processing, instead of conventional microprocessor architecture, is applied in GDS-3000 Series design to significantly increase the data processing speed and therefore increase the waveform update rate. This technology allows the GDS-3000 Series to display waveforms with various gray scales based on the occurrence frequencies, a fashion analogous to the analog oscilloscope display.

Unique Split Screen Function

The unique split screen feature of GDS-3000 Series allows each input channel to be operated independently with respective setting and waveform display. The time base, the vertical sensitivity, and the trigger selections can be done by each channel separately, and the waveform of each input signal can be shown on the individual part of the screen.

Complete Set of Trigger Functions

Besides Edge trigger, the GDS-3000 Series also offers various trigger functions, including Video, Pulse Width, Runt, Rise Time & Fall Time(specific time length), Alternate, Delay by Time, Delay by Event, and Hold-Off.

Auto Range for Both Time Base and Vertical Scale

The Auto Range function automatically adjusts the time base and/or the vertical scale of displayed waveform when the frequency and/or the amplitude of input signal changed. This function gives user the convenience to have DSO always display waveform in a proper fashion on the screen tracking the frequency and amplitude changes of the input signal.

Dual Display Window Zoom

The GDS-3000 Series Window Zoom function provides dual display mode to show the main waveform and the magnified section of zoomed-in waveform at the same time.

Extendable Application Software

The GDS-3000 Series allows future installation of additional application software at the user site. This provides an open environment for optional software upgrade and additional feature built-in whenever the GDS-3000 user has the need. The flexibility of software installation platform keeps the DSO being in use always up-to-date.

Various Interfaces Support

Two high-speed USB 2.0 Host ports located in both front panel and rear panel are used for easy access of stored data. In the rear panel, a USB Device port is available for remote control and hardcopy print-out through a Pictbridge compatible printer. RS-232 and LAN interfaces are provided as standard for system communication & ATE applications. A SVGA video output port allows the transfer of DSO screen image to an external projector or monitor for remote monitoring or big screen observation. A GPIB to USB adaptor is available as an option for interface conversion though the USB Device port in the front panel.

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Good Will Instrument is announcing to the global market its new GDS-3000 Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, which creates a new benchmark of DSO value in the field. With 5GSa/s sampling and Visual Persistence Oscilloscope (VPO) technology, GDS-3000 displays waveforms truthfully and captures less-frequently-occurred signals, like glitches or runts, simultaneously without missing any spot of waveform information. A 100GSa/s ET sampling rate (10ps pt-pt resolution) is provided to accurately reconstruct repetitive waveforms avoiding software interpolation distortion.

The 5GSa/s real-time sampling combined with a good variety of trigger selections enable the capture of fast and complex signals and display waveforms with Sinc interpolation. The 8” LCD with SVGA (800 x 600) resolution provides an ample display space to accommodate multiple waveform signals, on-screen menu, setting status and associated measurement information, giving all-at-a-glance convenience. A unique Split-screen feature allows each input channel to be operated independently with respective setting and waveform display. This gives users flexibility to use the GDS-3000 Series as a multi-scope-in-one DSO.

Here is some features in this latest Digital Storage Oscilloscope:

5GSa/s Sampling & VPO Technology

The GDS-3000 Series adopts VPO (Visual Persistence Oscilloscope) signal processing technology to enhance the performance of multi-gray-scale waveform display. The FPGA parallel processing, instead of conventional microprocessor architecture, is applied in GDS-3000 Series design to significantly increase the data processing speed and therefore increase the waveform update rate. This technology allows the GDS-3000 Series to display waveforms with various gray scales based on the occurrence frequencies, a fashion analogous to the analog oscilloscope display.

Unique Split Screen Function

The unique split screen feature of GDS-3000 Series allows each input channel to be operated independently with respective setting and waveform display. The time base, the vertical sensitivity, and the trigger selections can be done by each channel separately, and the waveform of each input signal can be shown on the individual part of the screen.

Complete Set of Trigger Functions

Besides Edge trigger, the GDS-3000 Series also offers various trigger functions, including Video, Pulse Width, Runt, Rise Time & Fall Time(specific time length), Alternate, Delay by Time, Delay by Event, and Hold-Off.

Auto Range for Both Time Base and Vertical Scale

The Auto Range function automatically adjusts the time base and/or the vertical scale of displayed waveform when the frequency and/or the amplitude of input signal changed. This function gives user the convenience to have DSO always display waveform in a proper fashion on the screen tracking the frequency and amplitude changes of the input signal.

Dual Display Window Zoom

The GDS-3000 Series Window Zoom function provides dual display mode to show the main waveform and the magnified section of zoomed-in waveform at the same time.

Extendable Application Software

The GDS-3000 Series allows future installation of additional application software at the user site. This provides an open environment for optional software upgrade and additional feature built-in whenever the GDS-3000 user has the need. The flexibility of software installation platform keeps the DSO being in use always up-to-date.

Various Interfaces Support

Two high-speed USB 2.0 Host ports located in both front panel and rear panel are used for easy access of stored data. In the rear panel, a USB Device port is available for remote control and hardcopy print-out through a Pictbridge compatible printer. RS-232 and LAN interfaces are provided as standard for system communication & ATE applications. A SVGA video output port allows the transfer of DSO screen image to an external projector or monitor for remote monitoring or big screen observation. A GPIB to USB adaptor is available as an option for interface conversion though the USB Device port in the front panel.

View & download data sheet by click here.

View & download brochure by click here.

You also can ask our dedicated sales engineer. View contact number by click her

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