PicoScope 6000E 1GHz and 750MHz Oscilloscopes

Introducing our PicoScope 6000E 1 GHz and 750 MHz Oscilloscopes! Now with optional A3000 Series high-impedance active probes that are designed for use with the PicoScope 6000E intelligent probe interface.

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Introducing the PicoScope 4000A Series high-resolution oscilloscopes

Crystal-clear waveform analysis. This video gives you a brief overview of our PicoScope 4000A Series oscilloscopes with 2-, 4- or 8-channels of high-resolution

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Introduction to PicoScope - Part 1

Learn how to use PicoScope from this video tutorial

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Introduction to PicoScope - Part 2

Learn how to use Picoscope in this video tutorial

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Pico Technology extends range of PC-based Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

Pico Technology extends range of PC-based Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

Pico Technology today announced the further development of its PicoScope 6000E Series oscilloscopes with the launch of three new 4-channel models, each of which can be configured with 16 optional digital channels.

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I2C decoding and analysis with the PicoScope 6000E Series

Recorded live at Embedded World 2020, Trevor Smith demonstrates I2C serial decoding on one of the new 500 MHz, 8-channel PicoScope 6000E Series oscilloscopes.

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What’s the Difference Between a Classic Curve Tracer and SMU with Curve Tracer Software?

What’s the Difference Between a Classic Curve Tracer and SMU with Curve Tracer Software?

Keithley I-V Tracer Software uses the touchscreen interface of modern Source Measure Unit (SMU) instruments to recreate the familiar user experience of a curve tracer for two-terminal devices.

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Reusable Optics vs. Disposable Optics

Reusable Optics vs. Disposable Optics

When it comes to the process and economics of development, there are pros and cons to each type.

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3 things you can do with your PicoScope 9400 SXRTO

Find out the 3 things you can do with your PicoScope 9400 SXRTO

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