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.
The Rigol Model DS2102 oscilloscope is used to demonstrate the Rigol RP1003C Current Probe, which is capable of measuring up to 50 amps peak current, non-continuous.
Twenty-five waveforms are available in the Rigol Demo Board. A sinewave varying in frequency is displayed in the Rigol DS2102 oscilloscope in the time domain and in the frequency domain.
Using the onscreen Help function, each of the front-panel buttons is pressed in order to access the various modes of the Rigol DS2102 oscilloscope.
An examination of Memory functions and Recall procedures in the Fluke 190-502 ScopeMeter.
An overview of the Fluke 190-502 ScopeMeter, including an examination of Scope, Meter and Record functions.
A new test instrument is said to be the world’s first analyzer able to make 100-pA level dynamic current measurement. Developed by Keysight Technologies, it has a maximum 200 MHz bandwidth, 1 GSa/sec sampling rate and 14- or 16-bit wide dynamic range. The Keysight CX3300 Series Device Current Waveform Analyzer handles the simultaneous measurement of […]