What are the differences between the DPO7000 and DPO7000C series?
|Operating System||Windows XP||Windows 7|
|Standard accessories - probe||P6139A||P6139B|
|LXI Class C compliance||No||Yes|
|Support for Windows user mode||No||Yes|
|Serial bus decode option SR-xxxx||No||Yes|
|ADK and/or custom bus decode||No||Yes|
|Solid State hard drive option||No||Yes|
The DPO7000C also got a new computing platform including faster CPU, more memory, it can process longer data records and measurements faster.
For faster boot time users can now purchase an optional solid state hard drives for the C model.
Windows 7 64-bit platforms have added these options for low speed serial decode and/or triggering.
- I2C and SPI
- USB LS/FS/HS (no hardware serial triggering on HS)
- MIPI D-PHY DSI-1 and CSI-2 single-lane decoding
- 10Base-T, 100Base-T decode
- PCI Express
Note: *There is no DPO7000B series.
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