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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Latest Press Releases
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
Data Acquisition
Non-Intrusive PAM3 Automotive Ethernet Protocol Decoder – call for Beta testers

The increasing use of ECUs in vehicles, and advanced signal processing, is driving the need for high performance automotive networks. 100BASE-T1 / BroadR-Reach has emerged as the physical layer standard for automotive applications. It uses PAM3 signalling on a differential twisted pair to give good performance and noise immunity for a reasonable cost.

03 July 2019
Oscilloscopes
PicoScope 4823: 8-Channel high-speed automotive oscilloscope

Today Pico Technology launches the PicoScope 4823, its first 8-channel oscilloscope for the automotive market. The PicoScope 4823 oscilloscope is ideal for those involved in advanced diagnostics, training or vehicle design.  The 8 channels allow multiple sensors, actuators and CAN / CAN FD signals to be monitored at the same time at up to 80MS/s.  It is ready-configured for automotive probes and includes more than 150 Guided tests, plus access to thousands of comparisons in the Pico waveform library which now supports 8 channels.

01 July 2019
Automotive Diagnostics
Manchester decoder added to PicoScope

Pico Technology has added generic Manchester protocol decoding to PicoScope 6 software.

Manchester encoded signals are used widely in network communications standards such as MIL-STD-1553, 10BaseT Ethernet as well as RFID and consumer IR devices. Customized versions are used in numerous embedded system applications.

01 July 2019
Oscilloscopes