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Digital Oscilloscopes DS5600 SeriesNew Functions
When measurements are taken at a sampling speed lower than the maximum sampling speed, it is possible to average the data captured at the maximum sampling speed, capture the waveforms, reduce random noise, and increase vertical resolution to a level equivalent to a maximum of 12 bits. 

Normal Sampling (Sampling speed of 5MS/s, voltage range of 2mV/div)  When resolution is the equivalent of 12bit high resolution (Sampling speed of 5MS/s, voltage range of 2mV/div) 
The Simple Moving Average (SMA) enables smoothing and noise reduction at the sampling points of the specified width, through the digital filters that can be set for each channel. This can also be used on nonrepetitive single signals 

SMA：When OFF  
SMA：When ON：Width =±3pts  SMA：When ON：Width =±20ptss 
The averaging count setting has been increased from 256 times to 65,536 times. 

Averaging process OFF  Averaging process ON (averaging count at 32,768) 
Pass/Fail judgment will be carried out automatically on masks and waveform parameters. Performing this on four parameters simultaneously enables strict conditions to be set. 
Enables longterm waveforms to be captured while maintaining highspeed sampling.  
Memory Length: 1k Point Sampling Rate: 100kS/s 
Memory Length: 500k Point Sampling Speed: 50MS/s 

The long memory is able to reproduce an even longer waveform capture time to ensure that the entire waveform is acquired so that it can be proportionally checked later.  


Waveform capture time:100ms(10ms×10div) Memory Length: 5M Point Sampling speed:50MS/s 
The trigger function has been reinforced so that waveforms can be triggered with optimal conditions, even for complex logic signals and serial data signals. Complex settings performed with pattern triggers can be smoothly set with the use of touch screen operations.  
Serial Trigger (Example: Observing I2C signals on the capture control bus)  
Pulse Width Trigger (Example: Detecting abnormal waveforms caused by glitches, etc.) 
Pattern Trigger (Example: Counter logic output signal) 


Adds, subtracts and multiplies two waveforms, and performs frequency analysis (FFT) on channel waveforms. The DS5600 Series supports differential calculus and integral calculus calculations. The calculated waveforms can be saved as data, and can be set as the source for the automatic measurement of waveform parameters. [Examples of Usage] • Addition/Subtraction: Evaluation of differential signals • Multiplication: Evaluation of power waveforms from Voltage x Current • FFT: Analysis of cyclic noise and vibrations, etc., in frequency domains 



In addition to the results of addition, subtraction and multiplication, this function also supports the double calculation of FFT, differential calculus and integral calcul  
Differential calculation waveforms for square waveforms (rising 50ns, falling 100ns) (Displays the size of the time fluctuations (dv/dt) for square waveform edges.)  Integral calculation waveforms for square waveforms (Displays the results of integral calculus by time (∫vdt) for the area of square waveforms.)  
Measuring Differential Serial Signals  Frequency spectrum analysis (FFT calculations of switching voltage waveforms) 
It is now possible to save images that support transparency attributes when selecting the PNG format. As the background of the waveforms becomes transparent, it is possible to overlay them on documents with PCs for comparison purposes without the use of special image processing.  
Waveform 1  Waveform 2 
Example of screen hard copy images (two waveforms) with black backgrounds overlaid (transparency validated and the images saved) 

Waveform 1 + Waveform 2 