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|The PicoVNA Network Metrology Training Kit and NI/AWR Microwave Office Connected Partnership
Adding significant functionality and value to their low-cost, high-performance Vector Network Analyzer, PicoTechnology proudly announce that they have joined the NI/AWR Connected Partner community.
|22 September 2019
|The PicoScope 9404-16 SXRTO: a 16 GHz sampler-extended real-time oscilloscope!
At an even more compelling low price point, Pico Technology has today introduced the PicoScope 9404-16 SXRTO, a 16 GHz sampler-extended real-time oscilloscope. The new model joins the 5 GHz 9404-05 model launched earlier this year. Ideally suited to repetitive or clock-derived signals, both models feature four high-resolution 12-bit channels, each supported by real-time sampling to 500 MS/s per channel and up to 5 TS/s (0.2 ps) equivalent-time sampling. These are voltage and timing resolutions that match or more typically exceed the best available amongst broadband real-time oscilloscopes today.
|22 September 2019
|DALI decoder/analyzer added to PicoScope
Pico Technology has added DALI decoding and analysis with the latest version of PicoScope 6 software.
DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) provides two-way communications between lighting fixtures (“luminaires”), ballasts and controllers. A DALI controller can talk to individual LED drivers and ballasts, and those devices can in turn talk back to the controller to report light failures, energy consumption, ambient light conditions and so on.
|20 August 2019
|PicoLog data loggers now support Raspberry Pi computers
Pico is really excited to announce its first ever fully supported software package for the popular and inexpensive single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi.
|04 July 2019