From: Ron Miller (rmiller@Brocade.COM)
Date: Mon Feb 07 2000 - 12:00:41 PST
If the data rate is 500 mbs, the maximum frequency is 250 mhz.
However, to get a good picture of the waveform, 3X or 5X or even 7X the
max frequency is required(odd harmonic content). 5X 250 would yield
1.25 Ghz and should give reasonable results.
> From: Manickavelu@SHUTTLE TECHNOLOGY on 02/07/2000 01:20 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: DSO Selection
> Dear All,
> We are in the process of selecting a Digital Storage Oscilloscope. The
> signal rate we are interested in is from DC to 500MHz.
> The theory is to choose a DSO that has a bandwidth of 5 times the rate of
> signal and a sampling rate of 2.5 times the rate of signal.
> But in practical, we are able to measure a 100-MHz signal with a 200-MHz
> bandwaidth DSO.
> So, can we choose a twice BW, and Sampling rate DSO to measure a 500-MHz
> Your suggestions and comments would be greatly helpful.
> Manix Velu.
> Encl: Nil.
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