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Offline Martin72

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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #25 on: August 09, 2019, 07:09:45 pm »
My biggest question, though: will it have eres?  A little looking through the datasheet answers it, I suppose, says there's an up to 12 bit high resolution mode.... but the DS7000 series I believe still doesn't have it.  I wonder if that's a software restriction to differentiate the 7000 and 8000 series line, it always seemed like a big oversight to me with the DS7000 series.

With the last FW Upgrade, the MSO5000 got 12 Bit hires - They call it hires…


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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #26 on: August 09, 2019, 07:22:17 pm »
With the last FW Upgrade, the MSO5000 got 12 Bit hires - They call it hires…

Very good!  Hopefully it comes to the DS7000s soon.  It was baffling to me that you'd build a chipset with such excessive sample rate for a low to midrange scope and then leave out the feature that could actually make it worth something....
 

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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #27 on: August 09, 2019, 07:30:14 pm »
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Very good!

But it don´t work as I expected and know from lecroy or siglent scopes…

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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #28 on: August 09, 2019, 07:31:04 pm »
The 7000 has high resolution mode it was incorporated in the FW upgrade
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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #29 on: August 09, 2019, 08:47:55 pm »
The 7000 has high resolution mode it was incorporated in the FW upgrade

[Supported Model]    All the MSO/DS7000 Series Digital Oscilloscopes
[Latest Revision Date]  2019/07/23

[Updated Contents]
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v00.01.01.09.02  2019/07/23

     - Reduced the waveform noise floor
     - Optimized the waveform jitter caused by noise floor
     - Optimized the system response under the deep memory condition
     - Optimized the system response during the timebase adjustment process
     - Optimized the auto configuration condition for FFT waveform
     - Optimized the display effect during image saving
     - Modified the occasional problem of not displaying the measurement results
     - Optimized the user experience in cursor range adjustment in Measure setting
     - Modified relevant problems concerning SPI decoding
     - Modified address setting problems in I2C trigger
     - Added to save GPIB address setting during power-on storage
     - Modified the trigger sensitivity configuration. See Datasheet for details
     - Optimized the start-up time for the oscilloscope, shortening it to about 1 minute
     - Added a command  :MEASure:STATistic:ITEM? CNT,<item>[,<src>[,<src>]]
     - Supported exporting the waveform memory data of several analog channels simultaneously
    - Added high resolution mode
     - Supported mouse operation for cursor
     - Bandwidth upgrade option supported gradual upgrade
     - Added the 500 uV/div vertical scale
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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #30 on: August 09, 2019, 08:50:26 pm »
Also, there is a MSO8000 FW already!!

https://www.rigol.com/File/ProductSoftWare/20190807/MSO8000(ARM)Update_00.01.01.00.00(1).rar

[Supported Model]    All the MSO8000 Series Digital Oscilloscopes
[Latest Revision Date]  2019/08/01

[Updated Contents]
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v00.01.01.00.00  2019/06/27

Notes: When the oscilloscope is booting, make sure that the HDMI interface is disconnected.

     - Release the production version.Update the LOGO

Available options:

Code: [Select]
BW6T10
BW6T20
BW10T20
MSO
2RL
5RL
BND
COMP
EMBD
AUTO
FLEX
AUDIO
SENSOR
AERO
ARINC
DG
JITTER
MASK
PWR
DVM
CTR
EDK

Possible starting parameters:

Code: [Select]
"-nointer"
"-ds8000"
"-notrace"
"-novcal"
"-nonv"
"-default"
"-noprivacy"
"-log_id"
"-log_engine"
"-no_horiplay"
"-sinc"
"-log_adc_cal"
"-noinit"
"-log_hori"
"-no_autoplay"
"-log_afe"
"-peak_compress"
"-no_cfg"

Interesting facts:

The Zynq FPGA programming is the same as in the latest DS7000 FW.

The K160 ASIC FPGA programming is not the same as in the DS7000 but it's the same as in the latest MSO5000.

The root password is the usual "Rigol201".

Kernel  / PCB designations:

MSO5000 / RSA5000 - Ke(r)strel
MSO7000 - Flamingo
MSO8000 - MartialEagle
« Last Edit: August 16, 2019, 07:29:04 pm by tv84 »
 
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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #31 on: August 16, 2019, 06:13:53 pm »
Also, there is a MSO8000 FW already!!

For some reason, they've re-released the same firmware version: https://cn.rigol.com/File/ProductSoftWare/20190816/MSO8000(ARM)Update_00.01.01.00.00.rar
MSO8000固件升级_00.01.01.00.00    67.42MB   2019-08-16   下载

The release notes, etc. are the same, but the GEL is does not match and is dated Aug 15 vs Aug 5. Maybe its just repacked though? I didn't know how to unpack it.
 

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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #32 on: August 16, 2019, 07:46:24 pm »
I didn't checked fully but seems a repack only. The .GEL file is a .TAR file.
 
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Re: Rigol MSO8000 Series
« Reply #33 on: December 10, 2020, 09:28:00 pm »
I'll never spend any (Euro)Cent on one of the new(ish) Rigol 5000/7000/8000 DSOs unless they change the horrible H/W frequency counter font.

...I know I must have got some problems...  ;)
Afaik, the font is not hard-coded in C, so you can do a custom firmware build which replaces the font :)
 


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