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15 to 25 GHz electrical, 9.5 GHz optical, TDR/TDT, 2-channel and 4-channel, compact, portable, USB Sampling Oscilloscopes
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With up to 25 GHz bandwidth, the PicoScope 9300 sampling oscilloscopes address digital and telecommunications applications of 10 Gb/s and higher, microwave applications up to 25 GHz and timing applications with a resolution down to 64 fs. Optional 11.3 Gb/s clock recovery, optical to electrical converter or differential, deskewable time domain reflectometry sources (60 ps/7 V) complete a powerful, small-footprint and cost-effective measurement package.

Sampling Oscilloscopes to 25 GHz with TDR/TDT and Optical models

15 to 25 GHz electrical, 9.5 GHz optical, TDR/TDT, 2-channel and 4-channel, compact, portable, USB instruments.

These units occupy very little space on your workbench and are small enough to carry with your laptop for on-site testing, but that’s not all. Instead of using remote probe heads attached to a large bench-top unit, you can position the scope right next to the device under test. Now all that lies between your scope and the DUT is a short, low-loss coaxial cable. Everything you need is built into the oscilloscope, with no expensive hardware or software add-ons to worry about.

Key specifications

  • 15 TS/s (64 fs) sequential sampling
  • Up to 15 GHz prescaled, 2.5 GHz direct trigger and 11.3 Gb/s clock recovery
  • Industry-leading 16-bit 1 MS/s ADC and 60 dB dynamic range
  • Eye and mask testing to 16 Gb/s with up to 223–1 pattern lock
  • Intuitive, touch-compatible Windows user interface
  • Comprehensive built-in measurements, histogramming and editable data mask library
  • Integrated, differential, deskewable TDR/TDT step generator

Typical applications

  • Telecom and radar test, service and manufacturing
  • Optical fiber, transceiver and laser testing
  • RF, microwave and gigabit digital system measurements
  • Radar bands I, G, P, L, S, C, X, Ku
  • Precision timing and phase analysis
  • Digital system design and characterization
  • Eye diagram, mask and limits test to 10 Gb/s
  • Ethernet, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, PCI, SATA, USB 2.0, USB 3.0
  • TDR/TDT analysis of cables, connectors, backplanes, PCBs and networks
  • Optical fiber, transceiver and laser test
  • Semiconductor characterization

Remember: the price you pay for your PicoScope Sampling Oscilloscope is the price you pay for everything – we don’t charge you for software features or updates.

Migrating from the legacy PicoScope 9200 to the PicoScope 9300? 
Help me compare

The now broader range of 9300 models and bandwidths is designed to offer high compatibility and upgraded functionality to replace the successful but now obsolete 9200 series of 12 GHz sampling oscilloscopes. A detailed intercomparison and assistance to migration is provided here:

Migrating from the legacy PicoScope 9200 to the PicoScope 9300? Help me compare


25 GHz bandwidth in a compact USB instrument

PicoScope 9300 Series sampling oscilloscopes use triggered sequential sampling to capture high-bandwidth repetitive or clock-derived signals without the expense or jitter of a very high-speed clocked sampling system such as a real-time oscilloscope. 25 GHz bandwidth allows measurement of 14 ps transitions, and low sampling jitter enables timing resolution down to 0.064 ps. Sequential sampling rate of 1 MS/s, unsurpassed by other sampling oscilloscopes, enables rapid building of waveforms, eye diagrams and histograms.

These two and four channel units occupy very little space on a workbench and are small enough to carry with a laptop for on-site testing. Furthermore, instead of using remote probe heads attached to a large bench-top unit, you can position the PicoScope 9300 right next to the device under test and connect to it with short, low-loss coaxial cables.

Everything you need is built into the oscilloscope, with no expensive hardware or software add-ons to worry about. Alternatively, you can use your PicoScope 9300 with a stand-alone PG900 TDR/TDT differential fast pulse generator to gain the extra versatility and configurability of independent high-performance source and measurement instruments.

Watch video - PicoScope 9300 introduction

Trigger modes

2.5 GHz direct and up to 15 GHz prescaled trigger

Sampling oscilloscopes accept their trigger from a separate input, either directly for repetition rates up to 2.5 GHz or via a prescaling divider input, for repetition rates up to 15 GHz (14 GHz on 15 and 20 GHz models).

Built-in 11.3 Gb/s clock data recovery trigger

To support serial data applications in which the data clock is not available as a trigger, or for which trigger jitter needs to be reduced, the PicoScope 9302 and 9321 include a clock recovery module. This continuously regenerates the data clock from the incoming serial data or trigger signal and can do so with reduced jitter even over very long trigger delays or for pattern lock applications. A divider accessory kit is included to route the signal to both the clock recovery and oscilloscope inputs.

9.5 GHz optical model

The PicoScope 9321-20 includes a built-in precision optical-to-electrical
converter. With the converter output routed to one of the scope inputs
(optionally through an SMA pulse shaping filter), the PicoScope 9321-20 can analyze standard optical communications signals such as OC48/STM16, 4.250 Gb/s Fibre Channel and 2xGB Ethernet. The scope can perform eyediagram measurements with automatic measurement of optical parameters including extinction ratio, S/N ratio, eye height and eye width. With its integrated clock recovery module, the scope is usable to 11.3 Gb/s.

The converter input accepts both single-mode (SM) and multi-mode (MM)
fibers and has a wavelength range of 750 to 1650 nm.

TDR/TDT analysis

The PicoScope 9311 oscilloscopes feature built-in step generators for time-domain reflectometry and transmission measurements. The 9311-15 integrates a single rising step generator suited to single-ended TDR/TDT applications, while the 9311‑20 features deskewable rising and falling step generators suited to single-ended and differential measurements. These features can be used to characterize transmission lines, printed circuit traces, connectors and cables with 16 mm resolution for impedance measurements and 4 mm resolution for fault detection.


tdr connections

The PicoScope 9311-15 and 9311-20 generate 2.5 to 7 V steps with 60 ps rise time from built-in step recovery diodes. They are supplied with a comprehensive set of calibrated accessories to support your TDR/TDT measurements, including cables, signal dividers, adaptors, attenuator and reference load and short.

The PicoScope 9311-20 TDR/TDT model includes source deskew with 1 ps resolution and comprehensive calibration, reference plane and measurement functions. Voltage, impedance or reflection coefficient (ρ) can be plotted against time or distance.

An alternative approach to TDR/TDT capability is to pair any 9300 Series scope with a standalone PG900 pulse generator. These instruments include similar differential step recovery diode step generators and also offer an option of 40 ps tunnel diode step generation. This brings extra flexibility and the ability to remotely position the pulse source. The generators also enable TDT and TDR with the PicoScope 9301, 9302 clock recovery, 9321 optical and 9341 4-channel sampling oscilloscopes.

Built-in signal generator

All the PicoScope 9300 Series scopes can generate industry-standard and custom signals including clock, pulse and pseudo-random binary sequence. You can use these to test the instrument’s inputs, experiment with its features and verify complex setups such as mask tests. AUX OUTPUT can also be configured as a trigger output.

PicoConnect® 900 Series: the shape of probes to come

The PicoConnect 900 Series is a range of low-invasive, high-frequency passive probes, designed for microwave and gigabit applications up to 9 GHz and 18 Gb/s. They deliver unprecedented performance and flexibility at a low price and are an obvious choice to use alongside the PicoScope 9300 Series scopes.

Features of the PicoConnect 900 Series probes

  • Extremely low loading capacitance of < 0.3 pF typical, 0.4 pF upper test limit for all models
  • Slim, fingertip design for accurate and steady probing or solder-in at fine scale
  • Interchangeable SMA probe heads at division ratios of 5:1, 10:1 and 20:1, AC or DC coupled
  • Accurate probing of high speed transmission lines for Z0 = 0 Ω to 100 Ω
  • Class-leading uncorrected pulse/eye response and pulse/eye disturbance

PicoSource® PG900 Series differential pulse generators

For greater versatility than a built-in signal generator can offer, you may want to separate your high-performance fast-step TDR/TDT pulse source from the sampling oscilloscope and have two instruments to use either stand-alone or together as required.
The PicoSource PG900 Series generators contain the same step recovery diode pulse source as the PicoScope 9311, or slightly faster but reduced amplitude tunnel diode pulse heads, rehoused in a separate USB-controlled instrument. All are supplied with PicoSource PG900 control software.

Bessel-Thomson filter for optical waveshape analysis

SMA Bessel-Thomson pulse-shaping filters

For use with the 9321-20 optical to electrical converter, a range of Bessel–Thomson filters is available for standard bit rates. These filters are essential for accurate characterization of signals emerging from an optical transmission system.

The first eye diagram, above left, shows the ringing typical of an unequalized O/E converter output at 622 Mb/s. The second eye diagram, above right, shows the result of connecting the 622 Mb/s B-T filter. This is an accurate representation of the signal that an equalized optical receiver would see, enabling the PicoScope 9321 to display correct measurements.


PicoScope 9300 specifications

Oscilloscope – vertical (analog) 9300-15 models 9300-20 models 9300-25 models
Number of channels PicoScope 9341: 4
All other models: 2
Acquisition timing Selectable simultaneous or alternate acquisition
Bandwidth, Full 15 GHz 20 GHz 25 GHz
Bandwidth, Narrow 8 GHz 10 GHz 12 GHz
Pulse response rise time, full bandwidth 23.4 ps (10% to 90%, calculated) 17.5 ps (10% to 90%, calculated) 14.0 ps (10% to 90%, calculated)
Pulse response rise time, narrow bandwidth 43.8 ps (10% to 90%, calculated) 35.0 ps (10% to 90%, calculated) 29.2 ps (10% to 90%, calculated)
Noise, full bandwidth < 1.2 mV RMS typical, < 1.6 mV RMS maximum < 1.5 mV RMS typical, < 2.0 mV RMS maximum < 1.9 mV RMS typical, < 2.5 mV RMS maximum
Noise, narrow bandwidth < 0.7 mV RMS typical, < 0.9 mV RMS maximum < 0.8 mV RMS typical, < 1.1 mV RMS maximum < 1.0 mV RMS typical, < 1.3 mV RMS maximum
Noise with averaging 100 μV RMS system limit, typical
Operating input voltage with digital feedback 1 V p-p with ±1 V range (single-valued)
Operating input voltage without digital feedback ±400 mV relative to channel offset (multi-valued)
Sensitivity 1 mV/div to 500 mV/div in 1-2-5 sequence with 0.5% fine increments
Resolution 16 bits, 40 μV/LSB
Accuracy ±2% of full scale ±2 mV over nominal temperature range (assuming temperature-related calibrations are performed)
Nominal input impedance (50 ±1) Ω
Input connectors 2.92 mm (K) female, compatible with SMA and PC3.5
Timebase (Sequential time sampling mode)
Ranges 5 ps/div to 3.2 ms/div (main, intensified, delayed, or dual delayed)
Delta time interval accuracy For > 200 ps/div: ±0.2% of delta time interval ± 12 ps
For < 200 ps/div: ±5% of delta time interval ± 5 ps
Time interval resolution 64 fs
Channel deskew 1 ps resolution, 100 ns max.
Trigger sources All models: external direct, external prescaled, internal direct and internal clock triggers.
PicoScope 9302 and 9321 only: external clock recovery trigger
External direct trigger bandwidth and sensitivity DC to 100 MHz : 100 mV p-p; to 2.5 GHz: 200 mV p-p
External direct trigger jitter 1.8 ps RMS (typ.) or 2.0 ps RMS (max.) + 20 ppm of delay setting
Internal direct trigger bandwidth and sensitivity DC to 10 MHz: 100 mV p-p; to 100 MHz: 400 mV p-p (channels 1 and 2 only)
Internal direct trigger jitter 25 ps RMS (typ.) or 30 ps RMS (max.) + 20 ppm of delay setting (channels 1 and 2 only)
External prescaled trigger bandwidth and sensitivity 1 to 14 GHz, 200 mV p-p to 2 V p-p 1 to 14 GHz, 200 mV p-p to 2 V p-p
14 to 15 GHz, 500 mV p-p to 2 V p-p
External prescaled trigger jitter 1.8 ps RMS (typ.) or 2.0 ps RMS (max.) + 20 ppm of delay setting
Pattern sync trigger clock frequency 10 MHz to 14 GHz 10 MHz to 14 GHz 10 MHz to 15 GHz
Pattern sync trigger pattern length 7 to 8 388 607 (223− 1)
Clock recovery (PicoScope 9302 and 9321)
Clock recovery trigger data rate and sensitivity 6.5 Mb/s to 100 Mb/s: 100 mV p-p
>100 Mb/s to 11.3 Gb/s: 20 mV p-p
Recovered clock trigger jitter 1 ps (typ.) or 1.5 ps (max.) + 1.0% of unit interval
Maximum safe trigger input voltage ±2 V (DC + peak AC)
Input characteristics 50 Ω, AC coupled
Input connector SMA (F)
ADC resolution 16 bits
Digitizing rate with digital feedback (single-valued) DC to 1 MHz
Digitizing rate without digital feedback (multi-valued) DC to 40 kHz
Acquisition modes Sample (normal), average, envelope
Data record length 32 to 32 768 points (single channel) in x2 sequence
Styles Dots, vectors, persistence, gray-scaling, color-grading
Persistence time Variable or infinite
Screen formats Auto, single YT, dual YT, quad YT, XY, XY + YT, XY + 2 YT
Measurement and analysis
Markers Vertical bars, horizontal bars (measure volts) or waveform markers
Automatic measurements Up to 10 at once
Measurements, X parameters Period, frequency, pos/neg width, rise/fall time, pos/neg duty cycle, pos/neg crossing, burst width, cycles, time at max/min, pos/neg jitter ppm/RMS
Measurements, Y parameters Max, min, top, base, peak-peak, amplitude, middle, mean, cycle mean, AC/DC RMS, cycle AC/DC RMS, pos/neg overshoot, area, cycle area
Measurements, trace-to-trace Delay 1R-1R, delay 1F-1R, delay 1R-nR, delay 1F-nR, delay 1R-1F, delay 1F-1F, delay 1R-nF, delay 1F-nF, phase deg/rad/%, gain, gain dB
Eye measurements, X NRZ Area, bit rate, bit time, crossing time, cycle area, duty cycle distortion abs/%, eye width abs/%, rise/fall time, frequency, period, jitter p-p/RMS
Eye measurements, Y NRZ AC RMS, average power lin/dB, crossing %/level, extinction ratio dB/%/lin, eye amplitude, eye height lin/dB, max/min, mean, middle, pos/neg overshoot, noise p-p/RMS one/zero level, p-p, RMS, S/N ratio lin/dB
Eye measurements, X RZ Area, bit rate/time, cycle area, eye width abs/%, rise/fall time, jitter p-p/RMS fall/rise, neg/pos crossing, pos duty cycle, pulse symmetry, pulse width
Eye measurements, Y RZ AC RMS, average power lin/dB, contrast ratio lin/dB/%, extinction ratio lin/dB/%, eye amplitude, eye high lin/dB, eye opening, max, min, mean, middle, noise p-p/RMS one/zero, one/zero level, peak-peak, RMS, S/N
Histogram Vertical or horizontal
Math functions
Mathematics Up to four math waveforms can be defined and displayed
Math functions, arithmetic +, −, ×, ÷, ceiling, floor, fix, round, absolute, invert, (x+y)/2, ax+b
Math functions, algebraic ex, ln, 10x, log10, ax, loga, d/dx, integrate, x2, sqrt, x3, xa, x−1, sqrt(x2 +y2)
Math functions, trigonometric sin, sin−1, cos, cos−1, tan, tan−1, cot, cot−1, sinh, cosh, tanh, coth
Math functions, FFT Complex FFT, complex inverse FFT, magnitude, phase, real, imaginary
Math functions, combinatorial logic AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR, XNOR, NOT
Math functions, interpolation Linear, sin(x)/x, trend, smoothing
Math functions, other Custom formula
FFT Up to two FFTs simultaneously
FFT window functions Rectangular, Hamming, Hann, flat-top, Blackman–Harris, Kaiser–Bessel
Eye diagram Automatically characterizes NRZ and RZ eye patterns based on statistical analysis of waveform
Mask tests
Mask geometry Acquired signals are tested for fit outside areas defined by up to eight polygons. Standard or user-defined masks can be selected.
Built-in masks, SONET/SDH OC1/STMO (51.84 Mb/s) to FEC 1071 (10.709 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, Ethernet 1.25 Gb/s 1000Base-CX Absolute TP2 to 10xGB Ethernet (12.5 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, Fibre Channel FC133 (132.8 Mb/s) to 10x Fibre Channel (10.5188 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, PCI Express R1.0a 2.5G (2.5 Gb/s) to R2.1 5.0G (5 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, InfiniBand 2.5G (2.5 Gb/s) to 5.0G (5 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, XAUI 3.125 Gb/s
Built-in masks, RapidIO Level 1, 1.25 Gb/s to 3.125 Gb/s
Built-in masks, SATA 1.5G (1.5 Gb/s) to 3.0G (3 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, ITU G.703 DS1 (1.544 Mb/s) to 155 Mb (155.520 Mb/s)
Built-in masks, ANSI T1.102 DS1 (1.544 Mb/s) to STS3 (155.520 Mb/s)
Built-in masks, G.984.2 XAUI-E Far (3.125 Gb/s)
Built-in masks, USB USB 3.0 (5 Gb/s), USB 3.1 (10 Gb/s)
Signal generator output
Modes Pulse, PRBS NRZ/RZ, 500 MHz clock, trigger out
Period range, pulse mode 8 ns to 524 μs
Bit time range, NRZ/RZ mode 4 ns to 260 μs
NRZ/RZ pattern length 27−1 to 215−1
TDR pulse outputs PicoScope 9311-15 PicoScope 9311-20
Number of output channels 1 2 (1 differential pair)
Output enable Yes Independent or locked control for each source
Pulse polarity Positive-going from zero volts Channel 1: positive-going from zero volts
Channel 2: negative-going from zero volts
Rise time (20% to 80%) 60 ps guaranteed
Amplitude 2.5 V to 7 V into 50 Ω
Amplitude adjustment 5 mV increments
Amplitude accuracy ±10%
Output amplitude safety limit Adjustable from 2.5 V to 8 V
Output pairing N/A Amplitudes and limit paired or independent
Period range 1 μs to 60 ms
Period accuracy ±100 ppm
Width range 200 ns to 4 μs, 0% to 50% duty cycle
Width accuracy ±10% of width ±100 ns
Deskew between outputs N/A −1 ns to +1 ns typical, in 1 ps increments
Timing modes Step, coarse timebase, pulse
Impedance 50 Ω
Connectors on scope SMA(f) SMA(f) x 2
TDR pre-trigger output  
Polarity Positive-going from zero volts
Amplitude 700 mV typical into 50 Ω
Pre-trigger 25 ns to 35 ns typical, adjustable in 5 ps increments
Pre-trigger to output jitter 2 ps max.  
TDT system PicoScope 9311-15 PicoScope 9311-20
Number of TDT channels 1 2
Incident rise time (combined oscilloscope and pulse generator, 10% to 90%) 65 ps or less 60 ps or less, each polarity
Jitter 3 ps + 20 ppm of delay setting, RMS, max.
Corrected rise time Min. 50 ps or 0.1 x time/div, whichever is greater, typical
Max. 3 x time/div, typical
Corrected aberrations = 0.5% typical
TDR system PicoScope 9311-15 PicoScope 9311-20
Number of channels 1 2
Incident rise time (combined oscilloscope, step generator and TDR kit, 10% to 90%) 65 ps or less 60 ps or less, each polarity
Reflected step amplitude, from short or open 25% of input pulse amplitude, typical
Reflected rise time (combined oscilloscope, step generator and TDR kit, 10% to 90%) 65 ps or less @ 50 Ω termination 60 ps or less @ 50 Ω termination, each polarity
Corrected rise time Minimum: 50 ps or 0.1 x time/div, whichever is greater, typical.
Maximum: 3 x time/div, typical.
Corrected aberration ≤ 1% typical
Measured parameters Propagation delay, gain, gain dB
TDR/TDT scaling  
TDT vertical scale volts, gain (10 m/div to 100 /div)
TDR vertical scale Volts, rho (10 mrho/div to 2 rho/div), ohm (1 ohm/div to 100 ohm/div)
Horizontal scale Time (800 ns/div max.) or distance (meter, foot, inch)
Distance preset units Propagation velocity (0.1 to 1.0) or dielectric constant (1 to 100)
Optical/electrical converter (PicoScope 9321-20)
Bandwidth (−3 dB) 9.5 GHz typical
Effective wavelength range 750 nm to 1650 nm
Calibrated wavelengths 850 nm (MM), 1310 nm (MM/SM), 1550 nm (SM)
Transition time 51 ps typical (10% to 90% calculated from tR = 0.48/optical BW)
Noise 4 μW (1310 & 1550 nm), 6 μW (850 nm) maximum @ full electrical bandwidth
DC accuracy ±25 μW ±10% of full scale
Maximum input peak power +7 dBm (1310 nm)
Fiber input Single-mode (SM) or multi-mode (MM)
Fiber input connector FC/PC
Input return loss SM: −24 dB typical
MM: −16 dB typical, −14 dB maximum
Temperature range, operating +5 °C to +35 °C
Temperature range for stated accuracy Within 2 °C of last autocalibration
Temperature range, storage −20 °C to +50 °C
Calibration validity period 1 year
Power supply voltage +12 V DC ± 5%
Power supply current 1.7 A max.
Mains adaptor Universal adaptor supplied
PC connection USB 2.0 (compatible with USB 3.0)
LAN connection 10/100 Mbit/s
PC requirements Microsoft Windows XP (SP2 or SP3), Vista, 7, 8 or 10.
32‑bit or 64‑bit versions.
Dimensions 170 mm x 285 mm x 40 mm (W x D x H)
Weight 1.3 kg max.
Compliance FCC (EMC), CE (EMC and LVD)
Warranty 5 years


PicoScope 9301-15 9301-25 9302-15 9302-25 9311-15 9311-20 9321-20 9341-20 9341-25
15 GHz sampling oscilloscope tick   tick   tick        
20 GHz sampling oscilloscope           tick tick tick  
25 GHz sampling oscilloscope   tick   tick         tick
2 channels tick tick tick tick tick tick tick    
4 channels               tick tick
Clock recovery (11.3 Gb/s)     tick tick     tick    
Optical input (9.5 GHz)             tick    
Integrated TDR/TDT (60 ps / 2.5 to 7 V)         tick tick      
PicoScope 9301-15 9301-25 9302-15 9302-25 9311-15 9311-20 9321-20 9341-20 9341-25
Add External PG900 TDR/TDT Source


Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

*PG900 pulse generator can be used in addition to the built in TDR/TDT source.

PicoScope 9301-15 9301-25 9302-15 9302-25 9311-15 9311-20 9321-20 9341-20 9341-25
15 GHz sampling oscilloscope Yes   Yes   Yes        
20 GHz sampling oscilloscope           Yes Yes Yes  
25 GHz sampling oscilloscope   Yes   Yes         Yes
2 channels Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes    
4 channels               Yes Yes
Clock recovery (11.3 Gb/s)     Yes Yes     Yes    
Optical input (9.5 GHz)             Yes    
Integrated TDR/TDT (60 ps / 2.5 to 7 V)         Yes Yes      
PicoScope 9301-15 9301-25 9302-15 9302-25 9311-15 9311-20 9321-20 9341-20 9341-25
Add External PG900 TDR/TDT Source Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes


5 GHz low impedance passive oscilloscope probe with SMA and BNC
9 GHz / 18 Gb/s low impedance probes for high speed digital signals with SMA
1.5 GHz low-impedance passive oscilloscope probe 10:1 with SMA
TETRIS 1500 1.5 GHz high-impedance active oscilloscope probe 10:1
TETRIS 2500 2.5 GHz high-impedance active oscilloscope probe 10:1
TETRIS 1000 1 GHz high-impedance active oscilloscope probe 10:1
800 MHz 15 V differential oscilloscope probe 10:1
18 GHz 50 Ω SMA connector adaptor (m-f)
14 GHz 25 ps TDR kit
14 GHz power divider kit
Attenuator 3 dB 10 GHz 50 Ω SMA (m-f)
Attenuator 20 dB 10 GHz 50 Ω SMA (m-f)
N (f)-SMA (m) inter-series adaptor
Bessel-Thomson reference filter 51.8 Mb/s
Bessel-Thomson reference filter 155 Mb/s
Bessel-Thomson reference filter 622 Mb/s
Bessel-Thomson reference filter 1.25 Gb/s
Bessel-Thomson reference filter 2.488 Gb/s / 2.5 Gb/s
Dual-break torque wrench SMA / PC3.5 / K-type
Precision sleeved coaxial cable (30 cm 1.3 dB @ 13 GHz)
Precision high-flex unsleeved coaxial cable (30 cm 1.1 dB @ 13 GHz)
Precision high-flex unsleeved coaxial cable (60 cm 1.9 dB @ 13 GHz)
Attenuator 10 dB 10 GHz 50 Ω SMA (m-f)
Attenuator 6 dB 10 GHz 50 Ω SMA (m-f)
USB 2.0 cable, 1.8 m

PicoScope 9300 manuals

Resource Language Version Size Updated
Data Sheets:
PicoScope 9300 Series Data Sheet English 14 10 MB June 14 2018
User's Guides:
PicoScope 9300 Series User’s Guide English 11 30 MB November 03 2017
Programmer's Guides:
PicoScope 9300 Series Programmer’s Guide English 4 1 MB March 07 2017
Quick Start Guides:
PicoScope 9000 Series Quick Start Guide English 14 1 MB November 03 2017
Press Releases:
PicoScope 9300 Series 20 GHz and Clock Recovery Press Release English 1 229 KB July 03 2013
PicoScope 9300 Series 20 GHz and TDR Press Release English 1 174 KB September 02 2013
PicoScope 9300 Series Optical Press Release English 1 159 KB September 23 2013
Application Notes:
The Trouble with Oscilloscope Probes and an “off-piste” design for microwave and gigabit application English 2 2 MB March 16 2017
PicoScope 9000 Series Questions and Answers English 2 356 KB August 05 2015
Technical Data:
PicoScope 9000 calibration certificate example English 1 420 KB September 05 2017
PicoScope 9300 Series Statement of Volatility English 1 71 KB March 31 2017
PicoScope 9300 Declaration of conformity English 1 214 KB January 10 2018