The quantumdata M42d Video Analyzer and Generator is the industry’s first DisplayPort 2.0 protocol test instrument. The DisplayPort 2.0 standard provides for data rates up to 20 Gb/sec per lane for an overall aggregate bandwidth of 80 Gb/sec, going well beyond the DisplayPort 1.4 standard’s aggregate rate of 32.4 GB/sec. These data rates support high […]
A Tektronix MDO3104 oscilloscope is used to demonstrate the use of Automatic Measurements as a troubleshooting and design tool. Greetings and welcome to our 63rd Test and Measurement Video. Today we’ll look at taking automatic measurements in the time domain, using the Tektronix MDO 3104 oscilloscope. First, we’ll need a signal to measure. A Tektronix […]
A Survey of items appearing in the Tektronix 3000 Series oscilloscope frequency domain display. Greetings and welcome to our 62nd Test and Measurement video. We’ll be checking out an interesting topic: the items that appear in the frequency domain display of the amazing Tektronix MDO 3000 series oscilloscope. These items are separate and distinct from […]
The Wave Inspector is used to closely examine waveforms in a bench-type oscilloscope.
Waveforms accessed from the AFG are displayed and saved to an external flash drive and to an oscilloscope’s internal memory.
The XM-60 is capable of measuring all six degrees of freedom from a single set-up, in any orientation for linear axes. It offers significant improvement in simplicity and time saving over conventional laser measurement techniques. As demands on component tolerances increase, manufacturers are now required to consider all error sources from the machines producing parts; […]
Two methods, bandwidth limiting and repetitive waveform averaging, are used to mitigate noise that is added to a sine wave.
We connect two sine waves, first in-phase, then 90 degrees out of phase, to channels 1 and 2 in a BK2516 oscilloscope and display the Lissajous patterns.
Probes are compensated and signals viewed in the Rigol DS2102 Oscilloscope.
B&K Precision Corporation’s Hand-Held 2510 Series oscilloscopes with current probes permit accurate display of current without cutting open the circuit. The clamp-on probes are user-friendly and capable of handling a large amount of current.