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The mixed domain oscilloscope: how it works

In new designs, the level of integration among processors, sensors, and communications has increased, blurring the traditional lines between analog, digital, RF and power system design. Wireless technology is transforming the way engineers need to innovate, design, debug and troubleshoot. Prior to the invention of the mixed domain oscilloscope there was no single instrument optimized for these types of measurements. This article explains how a mixed domain oscilloscope (MDO) combines the technology of a state-of-the-art mixed signal oscilloscope with spectrum analyzer hardware and software to provide a complete set of capabilities for measuring your highly-integrated designs.

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#5 October 2019
KIPiS 2019 #5
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