Pico Technology announced the general availability of the PicoLog Cloud® data logging software, enabling any Pico data logger or real-time oscilloscope to save data to a local disk or stream the capture directly to a secure online Cloud store.
Pico Technology has added the PicoScope 9402-05 and 9402-16 two-channel models to their already popular 5 GHz and 16 GHz SXRTOs. Ideally suited to repetitive or clock-derived signals, all models feature high-resolution 12-bit channels.
Pico Technology announced availability of the new PicoScope 4000A Series PC-based oscilloscopes, a second-generation upgrade and expansion of the company's high-resolution, deep-memory product portfolio.
Pico Technology announced the release of the PicoVNA 108, a low-cost, small-footprint and portable format, does not disappoint. The PicoVNA 108 can see out further to 8.5 GHz, and it can see down deeper to –124 dB.
Pico Technology has come up with an ingenious solution to hold a PCB under test firmly in place and accurately position as many test probes as required, so that the user has their hands free to operate the oscilloscope or other test equipment.
Pico Technology has expanded the PicoScope 3000 Series of high-performance oscilloscopes to include six new 4-channel models that offer a maximum sampling rate of 1 GS/s, a range of input bandwidths from 60 to 200 MHz, and buffer memory depths from 4 to 128 M samples.