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Rohde & Schwarz HMO1002
Catalog #: 3593.1764.02
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50MHz digital oscilloscope, 2 channels, up to 8 logic channels, 1GSa/s, 500kPts/channel, vert. 1mv to 10V/div, hor. 12 div, 6.5" VGA TFT, Ethernet / USB, USB flash drive connector, 2x R And SRT-ZP03, MSO-ready (R And SHO3508 logic probe required)


  • Superior hardware-based acquisition for precise measurement results
    • 1 Gsample/s sampling rate, 1 Msample memory depth
    • High vertical sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
    • Low-noise measurement due to state-of-the-art A/D converter
    • High acquisition rate to identify signal faults
  • Versatile measurement functions and fast results
    • Wide selection of automatic measurement functions
    • QuickView: key results at the push of a button
    • Mask test: a new mask can be easily created with just a few keystrokes
    • FFT: the easy way to analyze the signal spectrum
  • Logic analysis with the MSO option
    • Mixed signal function as standard
    • Precise triggering on signal events
    • Straightforward display of digital signals
    • Low test point loading due to active probe solution
  • Serial bus analysis: hardware-based triggering and decoding
    • Versatile trigger options for isolating specific data packets
    • Color-coded display of decoded bus signals
    • Direct export of analyzed data to USB flash drive
    • Simultaneous decoding of two buses in realtime
  • The right waveform for each application
    • The right signal at hand: pattern generator up to 50 Mbit/s and function generator up to 50 kHz
    • Pattern generator with standard bus signals, arb editor and counter
    • Function generator with all common waveforms
  • Voltmeter measurements using an oscilloscope
    • Three-digit display for precise voltage measurements
    • Simultaneous measurement of primary and secondary voltage value per channel
  • Future-ready investment and scalability
    • Free firmware updates
    • Bandwidth upgrades as required
    • Serial bus analysis options via software licenses
Application How the R&S®HMO1002 meets your needs:
  • Engineering lab
    • Digital pattern generator with standard bus signals and arb editor
    • Automeasurement function for 28 different parameters
    • Powerful zoom function
    • Fanless design
  • Analog circuit design
    • Sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
    • Simultaneous voltmeter measurements on both analog channels
    • Component tester
    • FFT with 128 kpoints
  • Embedded Debugging
    • Mixed signal function with 8 logic channels
    • Hardware-accelerated triggering and decoding of serial buses
    • Pass/fail tests based on user-defined masks with error signal output
    • 5-digit hardware counter
  • Education
    • Function generator with all common waveforms
    • Education mode
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R&S®HMO1002 Digital Oscilloscope 50/70/100 MHz Bandwidth

High sensitivity, multi-functionality and a great price - that is what makes the R&S®HMO1002 digital oscilloscope so special. From embedded developers to service technicians to educators – with its wide range of functions, the R&S®HMO1002 addresses a broad group of users. Advanced, powerful techno- logy in a fanless design meets the high requirements of today‘s customers. The R&S®HMO1002 digital oscilloscope includes a wide range of upgrade options, providing true investment protection for the future.

The R&S®HMO1002 digital oscilloscope from the Rohde & Schwarz Value Instruments product range features a high waveform update rate and high vertical sensitivity, and is available with bandwidths of 50 MHz, 70 MHz and 100 MHz. The fanless instrument offers a sampling rate of 1 G sample/s and a memory depth of 1 M sample.

Like all R&S®HMO oscilloscopes, the R&S®HMO1002 includes the mixed signal function as standard. The separately available R&S®HO3508 logic probe is not coupled to a specific instrument and can be used with all R&S®HMO oscilloscopes.

For communications between embedded systems and the environment, the R&S®HMO1002 includes hardware-based signal triggering and decoding for all common protocols (I2C, SPI, UART, CAN and LIN). This option can be activated with an upgrade voucher at any time.

The integrated pattern generator for generating protocol messages at up to 50 Mbit/s is ideal for embedded users. In addition to using predefined messages, developers can program their own signal patterns for supported serial protocols. The integrated three-digit digital voltmeter enables service technicians to simultaneously perform voltage measurements on both analog channels with two values each.

The function generator that generates different types of signals with frequencies up to 50 kHz is useful in educational settings. Trainees and students can use the R&S®HMO1002 to learn basic measurement tasks. In education mode, the convenience functions can be switched off.

Thanks to 128K test points and analysis functions in the frequency domain, the R&S®HMO1002 keeps pace with significantly larger oscilloscopes. The time domain signal, measurement window, FFT analysis range and measurement result are displayed on a single screen, which makes it easier to measure the spectra.

The R&S®HMO1002 offers time domain, logic, protocol and frequency analysis in a single instrument and is a member of the Rohde & Schwarz family of scope-of- the-art oscilloscopes.

R&S HMO1002 Bandwith

Depending on your requirements, the standard R&S®HMO1002 bandwidth can be upgraded from 50 MHz to 70 MHz or 100 MHz. This is done with upgrade vouchers which can be purchased at the dealer either together with the instrument or anytime thereafter.
  • The upgrade voucher HV572 allows the basic 50 MHz instrument to be upgraded to a bandwidth of 70 MHz.
  • Voucher HV512 increases the bandwidth from 50 MHz to 100 MHz.
  • If an instrument has initially been upgraded to 70 MHz, the voucher HV712 enables you to upgrade it at any time to 100 MHz.
Voucher for bandwidth upgrades or serial bus analysis options are available at the dealer. The customer immediately receives the respective licence key. By loading this key via USB interface on the instrument, a 50 MHz oscilloscope is upgraded to a bandwidth of 70 MHz or 100 MHz in no time.

USB Interface on the instrument


Always a MSO

Although it is unusual for this instrument class, the standard R&S®HMO1002 model is equipped with a mixed signal functionality with no software option necessary to unlock it. Analog and digital signals can be measured and analyzed simultaneously. A real life example is the integration of ADCs (analog digital converter) or DACs (digital analog converter). In this case, the mixed signal technology allows users to determine latency periods by means of a simple cursor measurement. Therefore a MSO allows developers to devote their full attention to the circuit without having to waste energy on the measurement setup.

The active logic probe R&S®HO3508 is available separately and is not linked to a specific instrument. It can be used with all R&S®HMO oscilloscopes.

8 Bit DAC Signal Change


Optional: Logic probe R&S®HO3508

Logic Probe R&S®HO3508

  • Logic probe R&S®HO3508 fi ts to all  R&S®HMO series oscilloscopes
  • No hardware lock to a specific device
  • 8 logic channels available on each logic probe
  • Signal threshold adjustable for each logic pod
General Specifications
Channels: 8
Memory depth per channel: 512 Ksample. (HMO1002)
Input impedance: 100 kΩ || <4 pF
Max. input frequency: 350 MHz
Max. input voltage: 40 V (DC + peak AC)
Measuring category: CAT I
Cable length: Approx. 1 m

Serial Bus Analysis

 I 2 C, SPI, CAN or LIN – in terms of interaction with the outside world for embedded systems, it is safe to say that these are the most commonly used communication protocols. The R&S®HMO1002 oscilloscopes offer you hardware- accelerated signal triggering and decoding for all of these protocols. You can upgrade your instrument via software license keys with those functions required to develop your application:
  • HV110: Analysis of I 2 C, SPI and UART/RS-232 signals on analog and logic channels
  • HV111: Analysis of I 2 C and UART/RS-232 signals on all analog channels
  • HV112: Analysis of CAN and LIN signals on analog and logic channels

SPI bus signal, MISO / MOSI decoded


HEX decoded CAN bus signal


I2C bus signal in zoom view

Serial bus trigger types:
  • I 2 C: Start, Stop, ACK, nACK, Address/Data
  • SPI: Start, End, Serial Pattern (32Bit)
  • UART/RS-232: Startbit, Frame Start, Symbol, Pattern
  • LIN: Frame Start, Wake Up, Identifier, Data, Error
  • CAN: Frame Start, Frame End, Identifier, Data, Error

Functions for everyday use

Pattern Generator

Are you working on a distributed project, the interface definition has been completed but the prototype hardware has yet to be implemented? The R&S®HMO1002 pattern generator includes a tool for freely programmable 4-bit wide bus signals which allows you to emulate a sensor signal, for instance, to continue your work.

Pattern Generator

  • Generate protocol telegrams at speeds of up to 50 Mbit/s
  • Use predefi ned signal patterns: I 2 C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN
  • Create your own patterns tailored to your needs
  • Use the pattern generator as counter: a clock for your circuit with up to 25 MHz  

Function Generator

Select the signal type suitable for your scope of application. The various basic types with frequencies of up to 50 kHz not only assist trainees and students with their measuring tasks, they also support technicians in the audio field with their assessments of filters and passes.

Function Generator

  • The function generator offers all common basic waveforms up to 50 kHz
  • Available waveforms: Sine, square wave, pulse, triangle and ramp
  • In tandem with the education mode which allows you to deactivate the automatic measuring functions for instruction and demonstration purposes, this will get you a powerful all-in-one instrument

Digital Voltmeter (DVM)

The three-digit digital voltmeter is also a standard feature which makes the work of service technicians in particular easier. Voltage measurements can be performed simultaneously for both analog channels. Integrated into a single compact device it allows you to keep your workplace tidy.

Digital Voltmeter (DVM)

  • Perform measurements simultaneously on both analog channels, with two freely definable parameters each
  • These options are available: DC, DC rms , AC rms , Crest Factor, V pp , V p+ , V p-
  • You decide about the position of the values on the screen

Component Tester

Our time proven component tester will also be at your side. Two measuring frequencies with 50 Hz or 200 Hz are provided to support your potentially tedious search for faulty components. And since a picture truly does say more than a thousand words, or rather individual values, you will be able to tell at a glance if your error analysis is on track.

Component Tester


Frequency Analysis

Due to the outstanding FFT functionality of the R&S®HMO series oscilloscopes signals can also be analysed in   the frequency domain with up to 128 Kpoints. Additional practical tools such as cursor measurement as well as peak-detect-functions are also available. They allow engineers to complete their analysis significantly  faster, also in the frequency domain.
Figure 1

Figure 1: A sinusoid signal that appears undistorted at first sight

Figure 2

Figure 2: The frequency spectrum exposes the signal distortion

Figure 3

Figure 3: Sine burst signal in time domain

Figure 4

Figure 4: Rectangular measurement window

Easy analysis in frequency domain

Quite often the distortion of input signals cannot be detected with the naked eye. For instance, the sine wave signal displayed in figure 1 appears to be undistorted. Only the frequency spectrum (figure 2) - available with just one touch of a button - clearly displays additional harmonics that occur as harmonic oscillations for multiples of the basic frequency.

For non-periodic input signals most instruments offer the option to trigger the spectrum at just the right moment to then check it in “STOP” mode at a later time. However, at that point, many oscilloscopes with FFT functionality calculate the spectrum only once and store the result in the memory. The base time signal will no longer be used for the calculation. Consequently, an investigation of all parts of the signal will no longer be possible.

R&S®HMO series oscilloscopes work differently: Since FFT is also active for previously stored signals, it is possible to subsequently analyze any sections of those signals captured in single shot mode or stop mode with an adjustable window width. Figure 3 shows a sine burst signal in the time domain.

Pushing the FFT button will switch the oscilloscope into the frequency domain. Users can choose between various measurement windows like the „rectangular“ type that has been used in figure 4. Although this window type captures frequencies at a high degree of accuracy, it is also accompanied by more noise. In order to suppress this disturbing interference users can for instance choose the Hanning window. The impact on the spectrum is visible in figure 5 (see device screen).


What's In The Box

  • Line Cord
  • Printed Operating Manual
  • 2 Probes: HZ154 (100MHz, 10:1/1:1  switchable)
  • HZ20 Adapter BNC plug /4 mm Banana Socket
  • Software-CD


50/70/100MHz 2-channel mixed signal oscilloscopes
All data valid at 23°C after 30 minute warm-up.
Display 16,5 cm (6,5“) VGA Color Display
Resolution 640 (H) x 480 (V) Pixel
Backlight 400 cd/m 2 (LED)
Display range in horizontal direction
without menu bar 12 Div (600 Pixel)
with menu bar 10 Div (500 Pixel)
Display range in vertical direction 8 Div (400 Pixel)
with Virtual Screen usage 20 Div
Color depth 256 colors
Levels of trace brightness 32
Trace display pseudo-color, inverse brightnes
Vertical System
DSO Mode CH1, CH2
MSO Mode CH1, POD (with Logic Probe HO3508)
Analog channels
Y-bandwidth (-3dB)
(1 mV, 2 mV)/Div 50 MHz
(5 mV to 10 V)/Div 50 MHz (basic unit)
70 MHz (with HOO572/HV572 option)
100 MHz (with HOO512/HV512 or
HOO712/HV712 option)
Lower AC bandwidth 2 Hz
Bandwidth limitation (switchable) about 20 MHz
Rise time (calculated, 10%-90%)
50 MHz (basic unit) <7 ns
basic unit with 70 MHz option <5 ns
basic unit with 100 MHz option <3.5 ns
DC gain accuracy (all ranges) 3% of full scale
Input sensitivity range
all analog channels 1 mV/Div to 10 V/Div
coarse stepping 13 calibrated steps, 1-2-5 sequence
variable stepping freely between calibrated steps
Impedance 1 MO II 16 pF ±2 pF
Coupling DC, AC, GND
Max. input voltage 200 V p (derates at 20 db/decade to 5 V above 100 kHz)
Position range ±5 Div (from center of screen)
Channel isolation 35 dB from DC to specified bandwidth (same V/Div range)
XY mode CH1, CH2
Logic channels (with logic probe HO3508)
Thresholds TTL, CMOS, ECL, user-definied (-2 V to +8 V)
Impedance 100 kO || 4 pF
Coupling DC
Max. input voltage 40 Vp
Trigger system
Trigger mode
Auto Triggers automatically also without any specific trigger event
Normal Triggers only on specific trigger events
Single Triggers once on a trigger event
Trigger indicator Screen and panel (LED)
Trigger sensitivity
up to 5mV/Div 1.5 Div
from 5mV/Div 0.8 Div
Trigger level setting
with auto level adjustable between peak values of a signal
without auto level ±5 Div (from center of screen)
external ±5.0 V
Trigger coupling
AC <5 mV/Div: 10 Hz to 65 MHz
>5 mV/Div: 10 Hz to 65/90/130 MHz
DC <5 mV/Div: DC to 65 MHz
>5 mV/Div: DC to 65/90/130 MHz
HF <5 mV/Div: 30 kHz to 65 MHz
>5 mV/Div: 30 kHz to 65/90/130 MHz
selectable filters
LF (low pass) DC to 5 kHz (-3db), selectable in DC and auto level mode
Noise rejection min. level: 1.5 Div (> 5 mV/Div) selectable with AC, DC and HF coupling
Trigger hold-off auto, 50 ns to 10 s
External trigger input (BNC)
Impedance 1 MO || 16 pF ±2 pF
Trigger level 0.3 V pp to 10 V pp
Max. input voltage 100 V p
Coupling DC, AC
Trigger output via AUX OUT (BNC)
Functions Pulse output for every acquisition trigger event, error output on mask violation
Output level 3 V
Pulse polarity positive
Pulse width >150 ns (trigger event), >0.5 µs (mask violation)
Trigger types
Direction rising, falling, both
Trigger coupling auto level AC, DC, HF
Switchable filters LF, noise rejection
Sources all analog and digital channels, AC line, external (AC, DC)
Pulse width
Polarity positive, negative
Functions equal, not equal, lower, higher, within/without a range
Pulse duration 16ns to 10s, resolution min. 2ns
Sources all analog channels
Boolean operators AND, OR, TRUE, FALSE
time based operators equal, not equal, lower, higher, within/without a time range, timeout
Duration 16 ns to 10 s, resolution min. 2 ns
States H, L, X
Sources all logic channels
Sync. pulse polarity positive, negative
supported standards NTSC, SECAM, PAL, PAL-M, SDTV 576i, HDTV 720p, HDTV 1080i, HDTV 1080p
Field even/odd, either
Line line number selectable, all
Sources all analog channels, external (AC, DC)
Serial Busses
Bus representation Up to two busses can be analyzed at the same time. Color-coded display of decoded data in ASCII, binary, decimal and hexadecimal format.
Option code
HOO10 Analysis of I 2 C, SPI, UART/RS-232 signals on analog and logic channels
HOO11 Analysis of I 2 C, SPI, UART/RS-232 signals on all analog channels
HOO12 Analysis of CAN and LIN signals on analog and logic channels
Trigger types by protocols
I 2 C Start, Stop, ACK, NACK, Address/Data
SPI Start, End, Serial Pattern (32 Bit)
UART/RS-232 Startbit, Frame Start, Symbol, Pattern
LIN Frame Start, Wake Up, Identifier, Data, Error
CAN Frame Start, Frame End, Identifier, Data, Error
Horizontal System
Time domain (Yt) main screen, time domain and zoom window
Frequency domain (FFT) time domain and frequency domain window (FFT)
XY mode voltage (XY)
VirtualScreen virtual display of ±10 Div for all math, logic, bus, reference signals
Component tester voltage (X), current (Y)
Reference signals up to 4 references
Channel deskew ±32 ns, step size 2 ns
Memory Zoom up to 50.000 : 1
Time base
Accuracy 50.0 x 10 -6
Aging 10.0 x 10 -6 per year
Operation Modes
REFRESH 2 ns/Div to 50 s/Div
ROLL 50 ms/Div to 50 s/Div
Acquisition System
realtime sampling rate
Analog channels 2 x 500 MSa/s or 1 x 1 GSa/s
Logic channels 8 x 500 MSa/s
Memory depth 2 x 500 kPts or 1 x 1 MPts
Resolution 8 Bit, (HiRes up to 16Bit)
Waveform arithmetics refresh, roll (loose/triggered), average (up to 1024), envelope, peak detect (2 ns), filter (low-pass, adjustable), high resolution (up to 16 bit)
Record modes automatic, max. sampling rate, max. waveform rate
all analog channels sin(x)/x, linear, sample-hold
logic channels pulse
pre-trigger 0 to 500.000 Sa x (1/sample rate), multiplied by 2 in interlaced mode
post-trigger 0 to 8x10 6 Sa x (1/sample rate)
Waveform update rate up to 10,000 Wfm/s
Waveform display dots, vectors, persistence afterglow
Persistence afterglow min. 50 ms
Waveform measurements and Operation
Operation menu-driven (multilingual), auto-set, help functions (multilingual)
Automatic measurements voltage (V pp , V p+ , V p- , V rms , V avg , V min , V max ), amplitude, phase, frequency, period, rise/fall time (80%, 90%), pulse width (pos/neg), burst width, duty cycle (pos/neg), standard deviation, delay, crest factor, overshoot (pos/neg), edge/pulse count (pos/neg), trigger period, trigger frequency
Cursor measurements voltage (V1, V2, ?V), time (t1, t2, ?t, 1/?t), ratio X, ratio Y, pulse and edge count (pos/neg), peak values (V pp , V p+ , V p- ), mean/RMS/standard deviation, duty cycle (pos/neg), rise/fall time (80%, 90%), ratio marker, crest factor
Quick measurements (QUICKVIEW) voltage (V pp , V p+ , V p- , V rms , V mean ), rise/fall time, frequency, period plus 6 additional measurement functions (see automatic measurement functions, freely selectable)
Marker up to 8 freely positionable markers for easy navigation
Frequency counter (hardware based)
Resolution 5 digit
Frequency range 0.5 Hz to 100 MHz
Accuracy 50.0 x 10 -6
Aging ±10.0 x 10 -6 per year
Mask Testing
Functions Pass/Fail comparison with an user-definied mask performed on waveforms
Sources all analog channels
Mask definition Mask enclosing acquired waveform with user-defined tolerance
on mask violations beep, acquisition stop, screenshot, trigger pulse, automatically saving trace data
during acquisiton Statistics: number of completed tests, number of passes / failed acquisitions (absolute and in percent), test duration
Waveform maths
Functions addition, substraction, multiplication, division
Sources CH1, CH2
Frequency Analysis (FFT)
Parameters frequency span, center frequency, vertical scale, vertical position
FFT length 2 Kpts, 4 Kpts, 8 Kpts, 16 Kpts, 32 Kpts, 64 Kpts, 128 Kpts
Window Hanning, Hamming, Rectangular, Blackman
Scale dBm, dBV, V rms
Waveform arithmetics refresh, envelope, average (up to 512)
Cursor measurement 2 horizontal cursors, previous/next peak search
Sources all analog channels
Pattern Generator
Functions square wave / probe adjust, bus signal source, counter, programmable pattern
Square wave (Probe ADJ output) frequency range: 1mHz to 500kHz level: 2.5V pp (ta < 4ns) polarity: normal, invert duty cycle: 1% to 99%
Bus Signal Source (4 Bit) I 2 C (100 kBit/s, 400 kBit/s, 1 MBit/s), SPI (100 kBit/s, 250 kBit/s, 1 MBit/s), UART (9600 Bit/s, 115,2 kBit/s, 1 MBit/s), CAN (up to 50 MBits/s), LIN (up to 50 MBits/s)
Counter (4 Bit) frequency: 1 mHz to 25 MHz direction: incrementing, decrementing
Programmable pattern (4 Bit) sampling time: 20 ns to 42 s
memory depth: 2048 sa
pattern idle time: 20 ns to 42 s
Function Generator
Waveform modes DC, sine, square, triangle/ramp, pulse
Sine frequency range: 0.1 Hz to 50 kHz flatness: ±0.5 dB relative to 1kHz
Square frequency range: 0.1 Hz to 50 kHz rise time: <4 µs
Triangle/ramp frequency range: 0,1 Hz bis 10 kHz
Pulse frequency range: 0.1 Hz to 10 kHz duty cycle: 10% to 90%
Sampling rate 978 kSa/s
Frequency accuracy 50.0 x 10 -6
Aging ±10.0 x 10 -6 per year
high impedance load 60 mV pp to 6 V pp
50 Ω load 30 mV pp to 3 V pp
Accuracy 3%
DC offset ±3 V
Digital Voltmeter
Display (3-digit) Primary and secondary measurement value per channel, simultaneous measuring on all channels
Functions DC, DC rms , AC rms , V pp , V p+ , V p -, crest factor
Sources all analog channels
Component Tester
Parameters voltage (X), current (Y)
Testing frequency 50 Hz, 200 Hz
Voltage 10 V p (open)
Current 10 mA (short)
Reference potential Ground (PE)
for mass storage (FAT16/32) 1 x USB-Host (Typ A), max. 500 mA
for remote control Ethernet (RJ45), USB Device (Typ B)
General Data
Application memory 3 MB for references and device settings
device settings on internal file system or external USB memory, available file formats: SCP, HDS
reference waveforms on internal file system or external USB memory, available file formats: BIN (MSB/LSB), FLT (MSB/LSB), CSV, TXT, HRT
traces on external USB memory, available file formats: BIN (MSB/LSB), FLT (MSB/LSB), CSV, TXT
data display or acquisition data
sources single or all analog channels
screenshots on external USB memory, available file
formats BMP, GIF, PNG
Realtime Clock (RTC) date and time
Power supply  
AC supply 100 V to 240 V, 50 Hz to 60 Hz, CAT-II
Power consumption max. 25 W
Safety in line with IEC 61010-1 (ed. 3), IEC 61010-2-30 (ed. 1), EN 61010-1, EN 61010-2-030 , CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1-12 , CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-2-030-12 ,UL Std. No. 61010-1 (3rd Edition) , UL61010-2-030
Operating temperature range +5 °C to +40 °C
Storage temperature range -20 °C to +70 °C
Rel. humidity 5% to 80% (without condensation)
Mechanical Data
Dimensions (W x H x D) 285 mm x 175 mm x 140 mm
Net weight 2.5 kg

Rohde & Schwarz HMO1002 Product Specifications Summary:
(for full specs please see the full specs tab or the data sheet)

Oscilloscopes/Digital Oscilloscopes Template

Bandwidth What's This?100 Mhz 
Sampling Rate What's This?1 GS/S 
Memory What's This?1 MB (1024 kB)
Rise Time What's This?7 ns 
Screen Type (Oscilloscopes)TFT/LCD
Screen Size6.5 IN
Bits What's This?16
Battery OptionsNo

Test Equipment General Attributes

Unique FeaturesIntegrated Function Generator (Standard)
Integrated Pattern Generator (Standard)
Integrated DVM (Standard)
Integrated Component Tester (Standard)
Integrated 8ch MSO (Option)
Standard 128kpt FFT
Up to 16-bit resolution
Warranty3 YEARS
Power Supply Voltage120V/220V Universal
Data Logging What's This?No
Interfaces I/O LAN / Ethernet, Other, USB Host, Analog Input , USB
StorageUSB Flash Drive
Product Weight5.5 LBS
Product Height6.89 IN
Product Length5.51 IN
Product Width11.22 IN
Country of OriginCzech Republic


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Q & A

Is there software to capture screenshots or trace data on a PC?

Separate software is not necessary to capture screenshots or trace data on a PC.

Just follow these steps:

  • Connect the R&S®HMO1002 to an Ethernet network, ideally with DHCP on
  • The IP address can be found under SETUP - INTERFACE - PARAMETER
  • Open a browser on your PC and type in the IP address
  • The following screen will appear


For a screenshot:

  • Select 'Screenshot'
  • Right click on the screenshot to save the screenshot to your PCFor a screenshot:

For trace data

  • Select 'Save Traces'
  • Push the 'Save' button and follow the instructions


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