DSO7104A Agilent Digital Oscilloscope
The DSO7104A is a 1 GHz, 4 Channel digital oscilloscope from Agilent. Measure voltage or current signals over time in an electronic circuit or component to display amplitude, frequency and rise times, etc. Applications include troubleshooting, production test, and design.
- 1 GHz bandwidth
- 4 analog channels
- 4 GSa/s sample rate
- Standard 8 Mpts MegaZoom III deep memory
- 12.1” XGA display with 256 levels of intensity shows subtle signal detail
- Industry’s-fastest uncompromised update rate of up to 100,000 waveforms/sec displays infrequent events
- Serial decode including: I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN, RS-232/UART, and I2S
- Segmented memory
- PC-based offline analysis and viewing of previously acquired data
- Power analysis
The Agilent DSO7104A offers a sample rate of 2 GSa/s and 8 Mpts of waveform memory. With MegaZoom III technology and a high-definition large XGA LCD display that offers up to 12 bits of vertical resolution, the DSO7104A has advanced technology that will allow you to see more subtle signal detail and more infrequent events than any other scope on the market.
Oscilloscopes are visual tools and large, high-resolution screens make the product better. Bigger displays have become increasingly important as general purpose scopes need more space to display digital and serial signals in addition to traditional scope channels. The increased display size helps you easily view up to 20 channels simultaneously with serial protocol. At 12.1 inches the display is nearly 40% bigger than any competitive model.
See a display more representative of the actual signals under test than with any other scope. The InfiniiVision 7000A Series shows jitter, infrequent events, and subtle signal detail that other scopes miss. Turn knobs and the instrument responds instantly and effortlessly. Need to also view digital channels? The instrument stays responsive. Decoding serial packets? Offering the industry’s only hardware-accelerated serial bus decode, Agilent’s InfiniiVision series delivers serial debug without compromising analog measurements.
InfiniiVision scopes incorporate acquisition memory, waveform processing, and display memory in an advanced 0.13 µ ASIC. This patented 3rd generation technology, known as MegaZoom III, delivers up to 100,000 waveforms (acquisitions) per second with responsive deep memory always available.
Customize your general purpose scope. A wide range of application packages provide meaningful insight into your application-specific problems.
Serial with hardware-accelerated decode
- I2C, SPI
- Core-assisted FPGA debug
- Secure environment
- Vector signal analysis
- Segmented memory
- MIL-STD 1553
- Mask testing
- DSO/MSO offline analysis
- Power measurement
The InfiniiVision 7000A Series scope channels provide faster identification of your most elusive problems
Revolutionary high-resolution display.
Engineered with an XGA display and 256 levels of intensity grading, see a precise representation of the analog characteristics of the signals you’re testing. Equipped with the industry’s fastest uncompromised update rate at 100,000 waveforms/sec update rate, you’ll capture critical signal detail and see infrequent events that traditional scopes miss
MegaZoom III technology.
MegaZoom III responsive deep memory captures long, non-repeating signals and maintains high sample rates, allowing you to quickly zoom in on areas of interest. Sample rate and memory depth go hand-in-hand. Deep memory in oscilloscopes sustains a high sample rate over longer time spans.
Capture a mix of analog or digital signals. Compare multiple cycles of digital signals with slower analog signals
16 high-speed timing channels with up to 2 GSa/s deep memory.
Use the timing channels to evaluate control signal relationship. Or capture and view data buses up to 16 bits wide. Trigger on and display individual signals or bus waveforms in hex or binary.
Mixed signal trigger.
Trigger across any combination of analog and digital signals simultaneously. See precise analog measurements timed with exact digital content, all in one box.
Applications for digital channels
Designing with Altera or Xilinx FPGAs? Use the FPGA dynamic probe for rapid internal FPGA measurements. Using I2C, SPI, or RS-232? Use the analog or digital signals from a 4-channel model to acquire and decode these serial buses.
Capture long streams of serial data and gain fast insight into your problems. Agilent 7000A Series oscilloscopes provide the best serial protocol capabilities in their class
Serial bus triggering and decoding.
Display responsive, on-screen decode of serial bus traffic. Isolate specific events with pinpoint accuracy. Show decode to validate serial bus activity in real time.
Quickly find infrequent errors.
Hardware-accelerated decoding increases your probability of capturing elusive events. Agilent oscilloscopes can help you catch that intermittent problem before it becomes an intermittent customer complaint or quality concern.
Easily capture enough serial data to see all of the details.
Use deep memory to capture serial data stream over a long period of time.
Listing Display Window
Shows a tabular view of all captured packets that match on screen waveform data.
High resolution mode
Offers up to 12 bits of vertical resolution in real-time, single-shot mode. This is accomplished by serially filtering sequential data points and mapping the filtered results to the display when operating at time base settings greater than 10-μs/div.
Help is at your fingertips
An embedded help system – available in 11 languages – gives you quick answers if you don’t understand a feature. Simply press and hold the corresponding front-panel key, and a screen pops up to explain its function.
Waveform math with FFT
Analysis functions include subtract, multiply, integrate, square root, and differentiate, as well as fast Fourier transforms (FFT).
250 ps on 500-MHz and 1-GHz models, 500 ps on 350-MHz models. Helps you find narrow glitches.
Automatically sets probe attenuation factors and provides power for selected active probes, including the award-winning 1130A 1.5-GHz InfiniiMax differential active probe and 1156A 1.5-GHz single-ended active probe systems.
5-digit hardware counter
Measures frequency up to the bandwidth of the scope and provides accurate and repeatable results. Can be increased to 8 digits with an external 10 MHz reference.
Trig Out and Reference Clock In/Out
Provides an easy way to synchronize your scope to other instruments. Use the Trig Out port to connect your scope to a frequency counter for more accurate frequency measurements or to cross trigger other instruments.
Displays all analog and digital active signals, and automatically sets the vertical, horizontal and trigger controls.
23 automatic measurements with statistics
Get up to 4 simultaneous measurements with 5 additional statistics beyond the current value. Fast update rate provides statistical data for enabled measurements such as mean, min, max, standard deviation and count. Pressing [QuickMeas] brings up the last four automated measurements selected. Cursors automatically track the most recently selected measurement.
Analog HDTV/EDTV trigger
The 7000 Series comes standard with analog HDTV/EDTV triggering for standards like 1080i, 1080p, 720p and 480p as well as standard video triggering on any line within a field, all lines, all fields and odd or even fields for NTSC, SECAM, PAL and PAL-M video signals.
Bus mode display (on MSO models)
Quick and easy read-out of hexadecimal or binary representation of logic signals.
Easy software upgrades
System software is stored in flash ROM that can be upgraded from the scope’s built-in USB port or LAN.
Probes and accessories
Agilent offers a complete family of innovative passive and active probes for the InfiniiVision 7000A Series scopes helps you get your job done easily and accurately. Choosing the correct probe for your application will help to ensure you accurately acquire signals.