With the MDO series, Micsig has launched the first desktop oscilloscopes. Like the well-known tablet oscilloscopes, the MDO models have a powerful chip running the in-house Android version Sigtest.
The models in the MDO series have a bandwidth of 250, 350 or 500 MHz, a sampling rate of 3 GSa/s, 4 analogue channels and a memory depth of 360 Mpts. The unusually flat housing for an oscilloscope of just under 3.6 cm saves space and enables a very low weight.
The integrated 14" touchscreen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 and the vertical resolution of 8 bits enable detailed visualisation of the measurement curves.
The oscilloscopes feature the original Mic-OPI™ probe interface, which automatically recognises probes and enables calibration with just one press of a button.
The device also has a variety of interfaces such as USB 3.0 host, USB Type-C, LAN, HDMI, trigger output etc.
Thanks to the digital trigger system, trigger jitter is very low and triggering is very precise. In addition, the oscilloscope supports serial bus triggers and bus decoding of RS-232/422/485/UART, CAN, CAN FD, LIN, SPI, I²C, ARINC-429, MIL-STD1553B.