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This poster shows many of the hundreds of parts that work together in an oscilloscope to make sure you see the real signal. It includes a block diagram of a scope's signal path, to show you what happens between the signal input and the display.
From basic signal-checking to high-performance analysis, this 12-page selection guide gives an overview of the complete range of Tektronix oscilloscopes. Comparison tables give high-level specifications and features, and indicate the major differences between each series of oscilloscope....
If you don't have an LCR meter in your lab, or you want to demonstrate the behavior of capacitors and inductors under sinusoidal stimulus, an oscilloscope and a function generator can help you to do a simple, transparent impedance measurement. You can expect capacitance and inductance values with 3...
This lab exercise demonstrates a technique for using an oscilloscope and function generator to measure impedance and capacitance. Voltage waveforms are measured on the oscilloscope and the measurements are used to calculate an unknown capacitance.
Few engineers have unrestricted access to a calibrated EMI receiver and EMC test facility. Yet, performing cost-effective, basic EMI tests can save both time and money by identifying significant issues before you send your design to an EMI compliance lab. This application note describes how...
This guide will give you a quick overview of the key factors that determine the suitability of a basic oscilloscope for the job at hand.
Today’s power supplies are driving to a level of efficiency never seen before, requiring design engineers to perform specialized power measurements that are time-consuming and complex. Learn how using a Tektronix Bench Oscilloscopes provides fast, simple analysis with automated power measurements.
Find out how the protocol trigger, decode and search capabilities of the popular MSO and DPO Series oscilloscopes solve serial bus integration and debug challenges of many buses such as I2C, SPI , USB, RS-232/422/485/UART, CAN, CAN FD, LIN, FlexRay, Ethernet, and I2S/LJ/RJ/TDM.
This application note discusses different ways that information from an eye diagram can be sliced to gain more insight. It also discusses some basic ways that transmitters, channels, and receivers are tested. Download the PDF to read more: