We are frequently asked how we can operate a 500 MSPS oscilloscope over Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) data rates. The answer is that the "guts" of the oscilloscope all reside in Aeroscope itself. The analog section, ADC, and memory are all located inside Aeroscope. We are only using the BT link to display video of the data that Aeroscope has captured. The step by step process is this: Aeroscope captures enough data for a video frame at 500 MSPS, this data is stored in memory, the frame data is then read from memory, and sent over the BT link to be displayed on the user's device.
Consequently, the only limitation introduced by the BT link is in maximum video frame rate, this is between 8 - 30 frames per second depending on capture settings.