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Kai Klaas
03/05/12 06:38
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#186427 - If you cannot afford a scope...
Responding to: ???'s previous message
Many DVM (digital voltage meter) can measure frequencies. By this you can find out, wether you circuit runs at the proper frequency.

With a simple passive rectifier, like this one here, you can estimate the signal height:



Take a free simulator like TINA-TI from Texas Instruments and simulate this little circuit to find out how it works...

Kai Klaas

List of 18 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
ultrasonic receiver problem      Raju M      03/03/12 05:40      
   You really, really need to get an oscilloscope!      Andy Neil      03/03/12 06:12      
      The joys of working blind        Kalpak Dabir      03/03/12 20:21      
   The same way ...      Joseph Hebert      03/04/12 08:07      
      How do you fry an egg with a sledge hammer?      Andy Neil      03/04/12 12:25      
         First?      Michael Karas      03/04/12 23:05      
            First, and always.      Joseph Hebert      03/07/12 21:29      
   If you cannot afford a scope...        Kai Klaas      03/05/12 06:38      
      This is a kind of dip meter      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      03/06/12 04:24      
      you are still in trouble      Erik Malund      03/06/12 07:31      
      On-line simulator      Joseph Hebert      03/06/12 10:26      
      You need to save up for a scope!      Andy Neil      03/07/12 00:33      
         Microcontroller      Per Westermark      03/07/12 00:51      
         re You need to save up for a scope!      Erik Malund      03/07/12 07:21      
            Yes, perhaps that's the solution      Richard Erlacher      03/07/12 08:56      
            %$#@! -- it happened again!      Richard Erlacher      03/07/12 08:56      
   Multimeters can't troubleshoot everything      Andy Neil      03/23/12 15:41      
      Yes, and you need ...      Richard Erlacher      03/24/12 08:35      

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