Oscilloscopes are available in many shapes and sizes. After figuring out how much bandwidth you need (or want), the next step is to choose the form factor. Do you go with the traditional bench-style? When does it make sense to use a USB-based scope with your PC? And what about these newer tablet or battery-powered oscilloscopes? Learn the difference between them and see which one is best for you.
Bill of Material:
|Product Name||Manufacturer||Quantity||Buy KitBuy Kit|
|Bench Oscilloscope - 200 MHz, 1 GSa/s, 14-bit, AFG, DMM||Multicomp Pro||1||Buy NowBuy Now|
|USB-Based Oscilloscope - 25 MHz, 100 MSa/s, 2 Channel||Multicomp Pro||1||Buy NowBuy Now|
|Tablet Oscilloscope - Battery-Powered, 100 MHz, 1 GSa/s, 2-Channel, DMM||Multicomp Pro||1||Buy NowBuy Now|