Oscilloscope

How to use Oscilloscope? Oscilloscope Programming procedure & Guide, Techniques & tutorials about operation of Digital Oscilloscope

DS1000B Series Digital Oscilloscope

Symbol Description for DS1000B Series Digital Oscilloscope

DS1000B Series Digital Oscilloscope covers following oscilloscopes: DS1204B | 200 MHz Digital Oscilloscope DS1104B | 100 MHz Digital Oscilloscope DS1074B | 70 MHz Digital Oscilloscope The following symbols are not “real” parts of the commands but they are usually used to assist to explain the parameters contained in a command line. Braces { } The […]

DS1000B Series Digital Oscilloscope

Command Syntax for DS1000B Series Digital Oscilloscope

DS1000B Series Digital Oscilloscope covers following oscilloscopes: DS1204B | 200 MHz Digital Oscilloscope DS1104B | 100 MHz Digital Oscilloscope DS1074B | 70 MHz Digital Oscilloscope The Commands System of DS1000B Series Oscilloscope is a multistage tree structure and each of sub-system is consists of a “Root” keyword and multilayered keywords. The commands are always begin […]

How to Use Contol Panel of Oscilloscope

How to Use Contol Panel of Oscilloscope?

This is a diagram of the dual-channel CRO. The following points will explain the Controls Panel Of Oscilloscope. Display Ais the Display. This can be a phosphor screen or an LCD and is usually about 100 mm corner to corner. Bshows the ‘Trace’. This is the line drawn by the scope to represent the signal. On a […]

Parts of an Oscilloscope

Oscilloscope Controls | Cursor, Scaling, Triggering and Advanced Controls

Most aspects of the function of an oscilloscope can be manipulated. Basic controls include waveform scaling, positioning and triggering. Some oscilloscopes offer advanced controls such as mathematics or other waveform measurements. Horizontal and Vertical Scaling and Positioning Triggering Cursors Advanced Controls Horizontal and Vertical Scaling and Positioning The vertical (y) axis of the graticule represents […]

Parts of an Oscilloscope

Parts of an Oscilloscope

An oscilloscope is a literally complex piece of the electronic equipment. Luckily its operation is simplified through the use of the various features and knowing its internal workings is not key to its use. Despite this as good designer, it is important to understand the correct operation of the test equipment and any affect it […]

5000 Series Oscilloscopes

What is an Oscilloscope?

Oscilloscope is a basic electronic test instrument that is used to observe the electronic signal in graphical shape, typically voltage with respect of time. that is why Oscilloscope is time domain instrument. In other words it is a voltage versus time plotter. Oscilloscopes has two basic types, older one is analogue and now latest versions are in digital. Oscilloscope support various features […]

6000L Series Low Profile Oscilloscopes

6000L Series Low Profile Oscilloscopes

• 4 channel scope in only 1U (43.6 mm space) • Up to 1 GHz bandwidth, 4 GSa/s sample rates and up to 8 M memory • Built in web browser for control with standard USB, LAN, GPIB interfaces, XGA out and LXI class C compliance The Agilent 6000L Series oscilloscopes give you just the right […]

5000 Series Oscilloscopes

5000 Series Oscilloscopes

• See more time at a higher resolution with 1 M points Mega Zoom III memory • See the most elusive signal details with up to 100,000 waveforms per second update rate and high-resolution display • Have more connectivity options with LXI class C compatibility and standard USB/LAN/GPIB ports Users of general-purpose portable oscilloscopes have, until now, had […]

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