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Offline keithc

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Question re RIGOL DS2072A and hacking
« on: June 21, 2017, 03:19:35 AM »
Hi, I am thinking of buying the RIGOL DS2072A with a view to hacking it sometime in the future (may be some time as I don't need the full 300Mhz bandwidth immediately). However, looking at the specs for the 4 differnt models of the DS2000A/A-S, the time-base scale differs for each of the models. DS2072A is 5ns/div -50s/div, DS2102A is 5ns/div - 50s/div, DS2202A is 2ns/div - 1000s/div and the DS2302A is 1ns/div - 1000s/div. All other specifications are identical. If, in the future I hack this to the DS2302A, will I be stuck with the 5ns/div - 50s/div time-base scale? Would this make any significant difference in use?
 

Offline Daruosha

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Re: Question re RIGOL DS2072A and hacking
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2017, 03:58:44 AM »
No. The timebase will be reduced to 1ns when you upgrade to 300MHz bandwidth. You can shoot. 
 


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