I've been doing some Googling and getting conflicting answers. I also asked this question in an unrelated thread and figured it would be more likely to be answered if it were a separate thread.
What is the highest frequency the Propscope can realistically work with? If it samples at 25 Mhz, then I assume it must be used for frequencies well below that. For example, the Nyquist limit would be less than 12 MHz, but that would barely resolve the wave form. I would think more samples are needed with some interpolation. So suppose ten samples are required peak to peak. That would mean 2.5 Mhz would be the ceiling.
So I think this means it would work fine for audio waves, AM broadcast band waves, an 1 MHz digital, but not work for 10 MHz frequencies. Is this correct?