InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series Oscilloscope DSOX1102G

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About This RoadTest

The Keysight Technologies' InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series oscilloscope delivers professional-level functionality with industry-leading software analysis and 6-in-1 instrument integration. It uses Keysight’s MegaZoom IV custom ASIC technology, which enables a high 50,000 waveforms per second update rate. This makes it easier to see random and infrequent glitches and anomalies that similarly-priced oscilloscopes might miss. The 1000 X-Series also has a high sampling rate of up to 2 GSa/s and comes standard with two probes. And it uses segmented memory capability to maximize memory depth while helping the scope test faster.




Ideal for New Users

The 1000 X-Series oscilloscopes are ideal for new users and students. Not only are they low cost, but learning how to use the scope and set up measurements is simple. The front panel is easy to use and features built-in help so new users can quickly analyze signals to deliver results. The kit includes built-in training signals, a comprehensive oscilloscope lab guide written specifically for undergraduate students, and an oscilloscope fundamentals slide set for professors and lab assistants.


Six-in-one instrument integration

Six-in-one instrument integration means the 1000 X-Series gives users even more value for their money and saves valuable bench space. In addition to being an oscilloscope, the 1000 X-Series is also a serial protocol analyzer, digital voltmeter and frequency counter. The DSOX1102G model includes a frequency response analyzer and WaveGen function generator. Bode plot fundamentals are easy to teach with the built in WaveGen and frequency response analysis.


Signal Analysis

The 1000 X-Series provides professional-quality measurement and software analysis capability. The scope features 24 typical oscilloscope measurements to quickly analyze signals and determine signal parameters. Additional signal analysis is provided by the gated FFT function, which allows users to correlate time and frequency domain phenomenon on a single screen. And mask limit testing is also available to help users easily detect signal errors. The 1000 X-Series supports decoding and analysis of a wide range of popular embedded and automotive serial bus applications, which include I2C, SPI, UART/RS232, CAN and LIN.


DSOX1102G Features


  • Analog Channels: 2
  • Digital Channels: 1
  • Bandwidth: 70 MHz (base) / 100 MHz with DSOX1B7T102 option
  • Maximum Sample Rate: 2 GSa/s
  • Maximum Memory Depth: 1 Mpts
  • Segmented Memory: Standard
  • Mask/limit testing: Standard
  • WaveGen: 20 MHz function generators (includes Bode plot test)
  • Serial Protocol Analysis: I²C, SPI, UART/RS-232 - (DSOX1EMBD); CAN, LIN - (DSOX1AUTO)
  • Waveform math: Add, subtract, multiply, divide, FFT (magnitude and phase), low pass filter
  • Integrated digital voltmeter
  • Display: 7-inch TFT LCD WVGA
  • Waveform update rate: 50,000 waveforms per second
  • Connectivity: USB 2.0 (host and device)


Note: The total number of winners selected will be at least the minimum number set out above, but the actual number is at the sole discretion of the Organizer and/or the Sponsor.

Important Dates

Enrollment Begins: Mar 2, 2017


Enrollment Ends: Apr 7, 2017


RoadTesters Selected: Apr 18 2017


Product Shipped: Apr 21 2017


RoadTesting Begins: Apr 28 2017


Status Reminder/Update Email: Jun 13 2017*


Submit Reviews By: Jun 27 2017


* Status Reminder Email is sent by element14 RoadTest Program staff

Unboxing Video
Terms and Conditions

InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series Oscilloscope DSOX1102G  – RoadTest

Terms and Conditions

These are the terms and conditions which govern the InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series Oscilloscope DSOX1102G RoadTest contest. This Contest requires participants to submit an application indicating their previous experience with this type of equipment/component, information on what they would do to test the equipment/component, and the applicant’s desire to post a thorough review of their experience with images, photos, or other supplemental materials. Participants will be required to meet the Conditions for Participation.  The winners of this RoadTest will receive the item(s) listed below. RoadTest Reviews are due no later than 60 days after the receipt of the item(s). No other prizes are offered.

The Principal terms of the Competition:

The following words and phrases are used in these terms and conditions and have the meanings given to them below.

InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series Oscilloscope DSOX1102G(RoadTest or Contest)

Key dates:

Applications Close: midnight (GMT) on 3  March 2017

Announcement of Winner (estimated): 3 May 2017

Prize:  InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series Oscilloscope DSOX1102G

Additional Prizes: none

Competition Site:

Site or element14 Community:

Judges: members of the element14 community team chosen at the Organiser’s discretion.

Judging Criteria, All of the following which will have equal weighting:

· Demonstrated competence with the technologies including links or descriptions of past projects

· Qualifications as indicated by current job role and/or schooling/vocational training;

· A thorough description of how the prize would be tested;

· Likelihood that the Applicant will blog about the prize and provide a review on;

· Originality;

· Innovation.

Organiser: Premier Farnell plc (registered in England and Wales under company number 876412) whose registered office is at Farnell House, Forge Lane, Leeds, UK

Conditions for Qualification: in addition to meeting the requirements of these terms, all persons applying to take part in the Contest (each one an Applicant) must:

· Provide a RoadTest application describing what he/she would do if awarded the Prize including similar previous projects, product experience and qualifications

Terms: these terms and conditions which govern the Competition and to which the Organiser reserves the right to make changes from time to time and the latest version of these Terms from time to time will be posted to the Site.

  1. Eligibility
  2. Applications:
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  4. Liability:
  5. General:

1.1 Save as set out in these Terms, the Contest is open to any natural or legal person, firm or company or group of natural persons or unincorporated body.

1.2 All Applicants must be aged at least 18 at the time of their application.

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2.3.2 The proposed application must be reasonably achievable by the within the time constraints of the Contest;

2.3.3 Applications must not include or propose any of the following, the inclusion of which shall render any proposed application ineligible:

(a) Applications which relate to socially taboo topics, such as illicit drug use or sexual gratification;

(b) Applications that are or could reasonably be considered to be illegal, immoral, discriminatory or offensive as determined by the Organiser;

(c) Applications in relation to them which if accepted would infringe or breach any of the policies or terms of access or use of the Site.

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3.1 Winners will be selected by the Organiser on the basis of the quality of his or her application and its adherence to these Terms.

3.2 The total number of Winners selected will be at least the minimum number set out above but the actual number is at the sole discretion of the Organizer and/or the Sponsor, if applicable.

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Official RoadTesters

Thanks for everyone who applied. I will say it was a difficult decision because the supplier told me they were amazed at all of the high quality of applications. Here are the people who were chosen as official RoadTesters:


Tax LiabilityAs per the RoadTest T&Cs, you are responsible for taxes associated with this product. For US applicants, if you are selected as an official RoadTester, you will be issued a 1099 that will report the product as income due to the cost of this product.
Comment List
  • Hi All,


    Unfortunately, I was not one of the winners of this Roadtest but thankfully, I could borrow the DSO1102G from the friendly company X-Test for testing in the Roadtest TLE94112EL_shield.
    Infineon DC Motor Shield w/ TLE94112EL for Arduino - Review


    X-TEST in Austria: Many thanks to Mr. Brandtner.


    Here, in this Roadtest, the most important for me was testing the SPI interface.
    I would like to contribute as a review here in this post.

    SPI normally requires 3 or 4 lines:

    But the DSO1102G has only 2 measurement channels and 1 input for triggering.
    How can you display at least 3 lines at the same time? - I've set this up:
    The external trigger I used for the CLK line, the second channel for EN, the first channel for either MOSI or MISO.
    With this setting you can test an Enable controlled SPI interface.



    The example timing diagram of the TLE94112EL Roadtest:



    1) Set BUS to digital serial - SPI (in the video just was shown that BUS was now set as 2. setting; but if you set BUS after the Trigger, Trigger will not show the Trigger type)

    2) Set the Trigger to external and set the type of Trigger to SPI.

    Set the Bit with to 16 bits, set the Trigger edge to X

    3) Set the BUS Signals

    - CLOCK to external, level to middle of the signal level (50%), trigger edge: LOW for SDI, HIGH for SDO as mentioned in the datasheet

    - MOSI or MOSI, I used the 1. channel (yellow) of the DSO; set the signal level to middle (as mentioned in the datasheet - timing diagram); the triggering edges are also described in the datasheet

    - CS, I used the 2. channel (green); set to the frame signal edge so that the trigger will start if the CS starts or ends.

    - CS is low active, so I've set the signal level down to near 10% above GND.

    - Set to bit width to 8 bit.

    - Set LSB/MSB to LSB - the needing of this can you read in the datasheet


    Also the trigger: automatic - If you set to automatic, the displayed signal will run over the screen and measuring or reading would be difficult.

    The right setting would be, set the trigger to "normal" and set to the correct edges, bit rates, data bit width, then the trigger will work fine and the data values will displayed syncronized correctly to the SLCK signal (third 1/3 of the video).


    The other option is to test the SPI with SCLK timeout.



    Basically the setting will be the same but in the BUS settings the CS will be changed from CS edge to clock timeout.

    Here I have also set the external trigger for the SCLK, but the two vertical inputs are connected to with the data lines,
    channel 1 for MOSI, channel 2 for MISO (but sorry in this video was wrong pressed the button MOSI to 2 but the probe was connected to SDO).
    With this setting you can now measure both data lines simultaneously, synchronized with SCLK.
    The timeout after the last Clock_Cycle terminates the trigger.

    This timeout can be set at the Scope, eg. 100μs after the last clock, a new transmission frame is displayed.

    The DSO1102G also displays the associated data values with the BUS_ setting.

    In the videos shown, I show the different settings.
    Also, deliberate error settings, so you can see how the data is misrepresented.
    An important point in this is setting the trigger levels, and edges.


    Ok, a 4 channel oscilloscope would be nice to measure all lines simultaneously.


    A bit confusing can be with MOSI, MISO, SDO, SDI.... "who is who, which is which...."

    Well this DSO1102G is a fine oscilloscope.


    Thank you very much to all Roadtesters for your fine review.


    Best Regards






  • Thanks for posting this Gerald. I don't have any SPI devices set up for testing right now, so it is great that you contributed this.


    I notice that you have selected German language overlay on the oscilloscope (Ich denke dass ist Deutsch ich sehe im video).  I also noticed that only some of the text appears in German.  The menu boxes are a mix of German and English, but the help screen for the SPI signals is entirely in English. I expected the language support would have been complete and consistent for all functions.


    Is it frustrating to have to work simultaneously in two languages when using the oscilloscope?

  • Thanks for posting this Gerald. I don't have any SPI devices set up for testing right now, so it is great that you contributed this.


    I notice that you have selected German language overlay on the oscilloscope (Ich denke dass ist Deutsch ich sehe im video).  I also noticed that only some of the text appears in German.  The menu boxes are a mix of German and English, but the help screen for the SPI signals is entirely in English. I expected the language support would have been complete and consistent for all functions.


    Is it frustrating to have to work simultaneously in two languages when using the oscilloscope?

  • Hi Mark,

    yes the language overlay on the oscilloscope is in German (I'm living in Austria).
    Indeed, the menu language also the help comes in mixed languages.

    And also here in this forum.... image we also talking about in (D)English.

    I switched the browser favorite language to English because some web site frames and forms are in English.


    Is it frustrating to have to work simultaneously in two languages when using the oscilloscope?

    Every days my live is in 3 languages, de, en, hu. image Is there a doctor who can help me because i have migraines.image
    But i use a translating tool for complex sentences.


    The DSO1102G is a good device for many measurements.

    But better, I suggest a 4-channel oscilloscope with minimum 200 or 300Mhz.
    In digital measurements are the most important lines, Enable, Read, Write, CS, etc...
    With which you can synchronize the data, address measurements.
    Going there is now a MDO the better solution, then you have everything in one device.
    I love to see everything at the same time. So for serial data logs to capture,

    a 3 to 4 channel device would be just right or minimum.


    So the DSO1102G would good for service but a bit small in the laboratory.


    Best Regards,