Rohde&Schwarz HMO 3000 series

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Rohde&Schwarz HMO3000
Status supported
Source code hameg-hmo
Channels 2 or 4 analog, 16 digital
Samplerate 4GSa/s (interleaved), 2GSa/s (non interleaved)
Analog bandwidth 300-500MHz (depending on model)
Vertical resolution 8 bits (HiRes up to 16 bits)
Triggers slope, pulse width, logic, video, risetime, runt, serial bus (optional)
Input impedance 1MΩ‖13pF 200Vp CAT I, 50Ω 5V RMS
Memory 4 or 8 Mpts (depending on number of channels used)
Display 6.5" VGA (640x480), 256 colors
Connectivity USB host/device, Ethernet, RS232 (optional), GPIB (optional)
Features math (+, —, x, /), FFT, pattern generator, statistics, frequency counter, digital voltmeter, vertical sensitivity: 1mV/div - 5V/div

The Rohde&Schwarz HMO3000 series are 300-500MHz, 4GSa/s, 2 or 4 analog channels and 16 digital channels mixed-signal oscilloscopes. This series was previously branded Hameg.

All models support different extension modules which provide different connectivity options.

Most models come with a HO730 (USB, Ethernet) module, other modules like the HO720 (RS232, USB) and the HO740 (GPIB) are available optionally.

All models come with analog probes (specific probe might depend on the scope capabilities).

Digital probes (8 or 16 channels) are optional and can be purchased separately, see HO3508.

The latest available firmware version is V 6.005 (dated 21 April 2017).

The HMO3000 series has been discontinued in the first-half of 2018.


Model Bandwidth Analog Channels Digital Channels
HMO3032 300MHz 2 16
HMO3034 300MHz 4 16
HMO3042 400MHz 2 16
HMO3044 400MHz 4 16
HMO3052 500MHz 2 16
HMO3054 500MHz 4 16


All the devices use the SCPI protocol (for reference, see the "SCPI Programmers Manual").

The serial parameters are configurable on the device, the standard settings are: 115200 baud, 8n1, no handshake, no flow control.

All models support USB connection to the computer in both TMC and VPC mode, as well as Ethernet connection (raw TCP over a user-configurable port).