Analysis and comment on all matters pertaining to the supply chain and distribution of electronics components from Richard Wilson, editor of Electronics Weekly.
Amplicon to sell Pico Tech’s USB scopes and data loggers
Amplicon has signed a distribution agreement with Pico Technology to supply its PC-based and USB oscilloscopes and data loggers.
Last year Cambridgeshire-based Pico Technology introduced a PC-based 12GHz sampling oscilloscope.
Dubbed PicoScope 9201A, the instrument is aimed at analysing electrical communications standards; and characterising connectors, cables, IC packages and printed circuit boards.
The company has also recently introduced the PicoScope 6407 USB digitiser which has four 1GHz analogue inputs and a 5GS/s sampling rate.
It has the capability to capture signals such as high-speed serial data; waveforms from automated test rigs, prototype circuits and high-frequency PCBs; radio, laser and radar IF signals; and many types of experimental data.