Here you will find a collection of videos that will show you how to get the most out of PicoScope Oscilloscope Software.
Whether you’re a novice PicoScope user, someone who just wants to find out more about PicoScope, or one of the legion of long-term PicoScope users, these free-to-watch videos will help increase your knowledge and understanding.
An impromptu teardown on the Emona stand at the Electronex trade show, of the Picoscope 5000 flexible resolution USB oscilloscope, with a small crowd of EEVblog viewers watching on.
The effect of quantization error results in extra spikes in the frequency domain. The effect is worse with the typical 8-bit ADC you've got on a digital scope. See how switching input resolution changes this.
How useful is the ability to dynamically switch to higher resolutions? Pretty handy! I did a little test for a typical scenario, where you want to see a signal riding on top of some heavy common-mode noise.
It's officially a 200MHz analog BW scope - but how high can we go? And what about if we enable ETS?
From Colin O'Flynn blog post . The script used for simulation is on GitHub.
See circuitcellar.com blog for full article, has links to all 4 parts!
The PicoScope 6000 is using a nice spring-loaded tip probe. It has the 'usual' grabber on it, but is now making life far far easier when you are just probing circuits on the PCB. Here I'm breaking through soldermask to probe into vias directly.
From the Colin O'Flynn blog. Going from 10 to 1000 MHz with PicoScope 6403D, which has a 350MHz analog BW.
Part of the Colin O'Flynn review of the PicoScope 6000.
What good is 50 GS/s if you've only got 350 MHz of Bandwidth? While you can still do all sorts of high-precision phase measurements! Very cool. Part of the Colin O'Flynn review of the PicoScope 6000.
I've just use the demo instrument, in case you want to check out the software. Part of the Colin O'Flynn review of the PicoScope 6000.
PS4262's built-in sweep generator can be used for frequency reponse measurement.
This video shows how you can use a PicoScope 2xxx series USB Oscilloscope with your iPhone or iPod touch. Ignore the message about 'not yet approved' at the start of the video - this app is now available from the app store.