The iC227 is an 11GHz bandwidth Sequential Sampling Oscilloscope.
The 4 SMA inputs and 2 SMA outputs all have 50 Ohm impedance and are DC coupled.
The small, portable hardware package connects to a PC via an optically isolated full speed USB interface for PC protection and eliminates effects of noise from the USB bus and PC ground. All device control and monitoring is managed via an intuitive graphical PC software interface. The use of small package high speed ECL components allows extremely wide bandwidth and highly accurate self calibrated time base with 1 ps resolution. This low cost, easy to use device is a perfect solution for engineers and technicians alike who need to measure amplitude, rise time, fall time, propagation delay and much more in high speed analog and digital circuit.
iC227 will work with repetitive signals only, since it requires multiple signal repetitions to complete the conversion. When 2 channels are used, there must be some fixed timing correlation between these channels in order for sampling to be an accurate representation of the real event. If the frequency on 2 channels is different but there is a clear timing correlation or synchronization, then the channel with the lower frequency should be used as trigger source.