Oscilloscope KnowledgeBase

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Digital oscilloscope with up to 16 bit vertical resolution

The low-noise frontend and 10 GHz single-core A/D converter are the foundation for the extraordinarily high measurement accuracy and dynamic range of the R&S RTO digital oscilloscopes.

Application: Basics
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Author: Rohde & Schwarz
Type: Youtube Video

Digitizer and Oscilloscope - Equal Alternatives?

Can a digitizer be used as an oscilloscope? What is the difference between an oscilloscope and a digitizer?

Application: Basics
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Author: oscopes.info
Type: Text

Digitizer Introduction

A digitizer is an electronic acquisition device that acquires analog waveforms, processes them through analog-to-digital converters (ADC’s) and sends the digitized sample to a computer, which can save and process the data.

Application: Basics
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Author: Spectrum Instrumentation
Type: Text

Displaying small AC signals riding on large DC offsets

Oscilloscope users who perform power rail measurements will usually face this problem.

Application: Basics, Signal Analysis
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Author: Keysight
Type: Youtube Video

Dynamic Parameters for Digitizers/Oscilloscopes

When acquiring electronic signals the primary specifications considered tend to be sampling rate, bandwidth and resolution. But there are some other important parameters to look on.

Application: Basics
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Author: Spectrum Instrumentation
Type: Text

EMI Radiated Immunity Testing With Oscilloscopes

This application brief discusses the recommend methods, test configurations and best practices for electromagnetic interference radiated immunity testing using oscilloscopes.

Application: EMI/EMC, Spectrum Analysis
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Author: TeledyneLeCroy
Type: Text

Evaluating Oscilloscope Bandwidths

How much bandwidth does your oscilloscope really need? Learn how to choose the correct bandwidth oscilloscope for your application.

Application: Basics
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Author: Keysight
Type: Text

Front-End Signal Conditioning

Measuring instruments such as digitizers or oscilloscopes need to match a wide variety of signal characteristics to the fixed input range of the internal analog to digital converter (ADC).

Application: Basics
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Author: Spectrum Instrumentation
Type: Text

Fundamentals of Floating Measurements

This guide will provide you with a fundamental glossary of power measurement terms, explain the different options available for making floating measurements.

Application: Basics, Power
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Author: Tektronix
Type: Text

Fundamentals of Signal Integrity Primer

This primer provides some insight into signal integrity-related problems in digital systems.

Application: Basics, Signal Integrity
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Author: Tektronix
Type: Text