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Sasha Jevtic
01/24/06 20:00
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Barrington, Il
USA


 
#108254 - DSO is the only way to go
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
Sasha Jevtic said:
For me (working with microcontrollers and programmable logic), there's a lot of value in the advanced triggering and storage capabilities of a digital scope. I like being able to capture a rare transient event, and zoom in.

Erik Malund said:
today (as opposed to years go) I'll say: no storage = no scope

The signals you can see on a non-storage scope are often those you can "see" without a scope. The real criteria for a good scope these days is: can you clearly see a short pulse that occur once only.

Erik

Well, I tried to get this point across, but Erik said it clearer and better. Consider nothing less than a DSO.

--Sasha Jevtic

List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
scope recommendations      Kevin Timm      01/23/06 14:15      
   a brand would be nice      Erik Malund      01/23/06 14:32      
   Search!      Sasha Jevtic      01/23/06 14:52      
   oops      Kevin Timm      01/23/06 18:01      
   They are old but work      Neil Kurzman      01/23/06 18:17      
      There is only one brand!      Russell Bull      01/24/06 01:24      
      Tektronix or LeCroy      Oliver Sedlacek      01/24/06 02:52      
   thanks to all      Kevin Timm      01/24/06 08:16      
      one last comment        Erik Malund      01/24/06 09:06      
         perfect      Kevin Timm      01/24/06 14:08      
         DSO is the only way to go      Sasha Jevtic      01/24/06 20:00      
            HP/ Agilent 3000 series      Kalpak Dabir      01/25/06 22:40      
   'scope      Andy Peters      01/26/06 17:18      

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