Items Tagged with 'Oscilloscope'


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Range and Standard Deviation: Comparing the Stochastic Model with Real-World

How well do statistical models predict the behavior of real-world systems?  How can we make predictions about the likeliness and severity of worst-case system behavior?  In this article, the authors explain how they used a function generator and oscilloscope to collect varying population sizes of measurement parameter results in order to investigate the accuracy of a statistical model's predictions.

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Low-Cost and Free Tools Fit for an Engineer’s Personal Budget

If you are missing your engineering tools, or would like to build up your home lab, or want to finally work on that hobby electronics project you’ve put off for the last five years, or you want to introduce your kids to the thrill of measuring or simulating, now would be a good time to consider our list of free or very low-cost hardware and software simulation tools.

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Making Lemonade with the 10x Scope Probe

“There are two kinds of engineer, those who are building antennas on purpose and those who are not doing it on purpose.” Every oscilloscope ships with at least two 10x probes. They are ubiquitous in every lab. But they have a significant problem above 10 MHz, unless care is taken. In some cases, we can turn this problem into a feature.

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