Application Note :: Basic Oscilloscope Fundamentals.
This application note provides an overview of basic oscilloscope fundamentals. You will learn what an oscilloscope is and how to use oscilloscopes. We will discuss oscilloscope applications and give you an overview of basic oscilloscope measurements and performance characteristics. We will also look at the different types of probes and discuss their advantages and disadvantages.
Electronic technology permeates our lives. Millions of people use electronic devices such as cell phones, televisions, and computers on a daily basis. As electronic technology has advanced, the speeds at which these devices operate have accelerated. Today, most devices use highspeed digital technologies.
Engineers need the ability to accurately design and test the components in their high-speed digital devices. The instrumentation engineers use to design and test their components must be particularly well-suited to deal with high speeds and high frequencies. An oscilloscope is an example of just such an instrument.
Oscilloscopes are powerful tools that are useful for designing and testing electronic devices.
They are vital in determining which components of a system are behaving correctly and which are malfunctioning. They can also help you determine whether or not a newly designed component behaves the way you intended. Oscilloscopes are far more powerful than multimeters because they allow you to see what the electronic signals actually look like.
Oscilloscopes are used in a wide range of fields, from the automotive industry to university research laboratories, to the aerospace-defense industry. Companies rely on oscilloscopes to help them uncover defects and produce fully-functional products.
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