Conrad Business Supplies expands its extensive range of test and measurement solutions with the DSO-1000 digital storage oscilloscopes from Voltcraft. The new 4-channel oscilloscopes offer enhanced functionality and are perfectly suited for test and measurement in R&D, laboratories and schools, as well as for maintenance, repair and overhaul.Depending on the model, the DSO-1000 series of digital oscilloscopes offers bandwidths of 80, 100, 200, and 250 MHz at a sample rate of 1 Gbps, and a memory depth of 64 Kpts per channel. Additionally, DSO-1xx4F models come with an on-board frequency or function generator.All members of the DSO-1000 series offer a 17.7 cm color display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution. Electrical quantities and signals are precisely presented and are clearly visible on the display. Alternatively, measured signals can be sent via a USB cable to a PC.The digital storage oscilloscopes offer a USB interface for adding additional memory; for example, a USB stick. The USB interface can also be used to call up stored waveforms and to update the DSO firmware. Automatic measurement functions including Fast Fourier Transform; extensive triggering options; a multilingual, display-based help system as well as included software round off the features of the Voltcraft DSO-1000 oscilloscope series.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software Continue Reading Previous EKF: interface for industrial with up to four RS-232 portsNext Top 12 mistakes in creating cross-platform UIs, Part 1: Solution architecture
Story Highlights The engagement is being carried out under the Connect Jamaica Free Public Wi-Fi Project of the USF, an agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology. Mr. Wilson emphasised that access to Wi-Fi is a gateway to technology, adding that “it’s a gateway to information and it’s a gateway to enhance productivity”.“So [providing] free public Wi-Fi to the residents of St. James and, in particular, Montego Bay will form a great part in enhancing the productivity of this city,” he further stated.Mr. Wilson also advised of plans to establish an additional three free public Wi-Fi hotspots in eastern and central Jamaica during the 2019/20 financial year.“So we are looking at either in Clarendon or on the eastern side [which would be] in St. Thomas or Portland,” he indicated.For his part, Mayor Davis welcomed the initiative, which, he said, will facilitate greater Internet access to persons utilising Sam Sharpe Square.A section of Sam Sharpe Square in Montego Bay, St. James, where free Internet access will be established under the Universal Service Fund’s Connect Jamaica Free Public Wi-Fi Project. Persons will soon be able to access free secured Internet service in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay, St. James.This is expected to be in place in June when the Universal Service Fund (USF) establishes the platform facilitating the provision as part of a three-year $14-million project.The engagement is being carried out under the Connect Jamaica Free Public Wi-Fi Project of the USF, an agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology.A USF team headed by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Daniel Dawes, along with Montego Bay Mayor and St. James Municipal Corporation Chairman, Councillor Homer Davis, and the council’s Superintendent of Road and Works, Bryce Grant, toured Sam Sharpe Square Wednesday (April 10) to explore potential sites for the wireless access point’s installation.Universal Service Fund (USF) Chief Executive Officer, Daniel Dawes (left), in discussion with (from second left) USF Projects Officer, Keith Slater; Director of Projects, Kwan Wilson, and Superintendent of Road and Works at the St. James Municipal Corporation, Bryce Grant, during a visit to Sam Sharpe Square in Montego Bay on April 10, to explore potential locations for the installation of a wireless access point to provide Internet service under the USF’s Connect Jamaica Free Public Wi-Fi Project. The USF’s Director of Projects, Kwan Wilson, told JIS News that the plan has been finalised for the undertaking, which is on track to be commissioned into service within two months.He said the approximately $14 million to be spent over the next three years will cover installation costs and maintenance.“The USF, as part of its mandate, provides Internet access across Jamaica. Montego Bay has not had a public Wi-Fi. We are now branching out to all areas of Jamaica, and Montego Bay is our first stop,” the Projects Director disclosed.Universal Service Fund (USF) Chief Executive Officer, Daniel Dawes (left), greets Montego Bay Mayor and St. James Municipal Corporation Chairman, Councillor Homes Davis, at the council’s office prior to visiting Sam Sharpe Square on April 10, to explore potential locations for the installation of a wireless access point to provide Internet service under the USF’s Connect Jamaica Free Public Wi-Fi Project. This is expected to be in place in June when the Universal Service Fund (USF) establishes the platform facilitating the provision as part of a three-year $14-million project. Persons will soon be able to access free secured Internet service in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay, St. James. “This is the age of technology and we have to bring technology very close to the people, [and] this is one way. So with Wi-Fi soon to be available in Sam Sharpe Square, it means a great deal to the people of this city. It is very timely, and I am anxiously awaiting the completion of this project,” he told JIS news.Six public Wi-Fi hotspots have already been established in high-traffic areas in Kingston and St Andrew, Manchester, and St Elizabeth.