Welcome to the Pico Technology Press Centre. Here you will find the latest press releases and articles from Pico together with a media bank containing images and datasheets of Pico products.
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|PicoScope DeepMeasure™ recognized in EDN Hot 100 products of 2017
The new DeepMeasure feature in the PicoScope software from Pico Technology enables automatic measurement of waveform parameters on up to 1 million successive waveform cycles.
Furnished as standard with PicoScope 3000, 4000, 5000, and 6000 Series oscilloscopes, this analysis and search tool returns a table of results that includes every waveform cycle captured in the scope’s memory. Ten waveform parameters are included in the first version of the tool and over a million results can be collected for each parameter.
|11 December 2017
|German office press event
Today Pico Technology GmbH welcomed German press officials to the opening of its office in Garbsen, Germany. This new office is in response to German PicoScope users, distributors and vehicle manufacturers asking for local sales, training and support in Germany. This facility will also service the needs of customers from Austria and Switzerland.
|22 November 2017
|Pico extends its PicoScope 9300 Sampling Oscilloscope range
Pico Technology has added three 15 GHz models and a further 25 GHz model to its professional, portable and low-cost PicoScope 9300 Series of Sampling Oscilloscopes. The new 15 GHz models replace the preceding 9200 Series 12 GHz models, with significantly upgraded specifications at even lower prices, with the result that all Pico Sampling Oscilloscopes now operate under the much-respected PicoSample 3 software. These instruments combine Pico’s uniquely cost-effective sampling technology with the convenience of USB and LAN control ports.
|20 November 2017
|Pico Technology and TTid work with the University of Nottingham as a new course begins
There’s nothing better on the first day of University than receiving shiny new equipment, wanting to unpack it and getting started on your course. This opportunity is what awaits the students at The University of Nottingham, who this year will be starting a new course in the Faculty of Engineering. The course, Foundation Engineering and Physical Sciences, provides students with an entry route into further engineering, computer science, physics and mathematics undergraduate degree programmes at The University of Nottingham.
|13 September 2017