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Joseph Hebert
10/30/13 13:57
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Okemah, Ok
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#190068 - Novel Oscilloscope Techniques
Hello Everyone,

I recently dug up an old lab report from one of my undergraduate classes wherein we learned a novel use for an oscilloscope. It is a technique for measuring the values of reactive components (C of a capacitor or L of an inductor), even characterizing them over a frequency band. Anyway, I was thinking of writing up a short article on this forgotten technique, but frankly I'm not so certain it's as forgotten as I think. As a pseudo-metric of potential interest in such an article, am I the only one or have any of you forgotten how to do this as well?

Also, just out of curiosity, or just for the conversation, what are some of your favorite novel techniques for the bench?

Thanks for the input,

Joe

List of 18 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Novel Oscilloscope Techniques      Joseph Hebert      10/30/13 13:57      
   Component tester        Mahmood Elnasser      10/31/13 01:05      
      Cool!      Joseph Hebert      10/31/13 10:19      
         even better      Mahmood Elnasser      10/31/13 13:32      
   Old school      Steve M. Taylor      11/01/13 15:14      
      RE: Old school      Andy Neil      11/02/13 05:19      
      Old School      Joseph Hebert      11/02/13 07:01      
         RE: those new fangled oscilloscopes with the cursors       Andy Neil      11/03/13 11:34      
            direct measurement      Joseph Hebert      11/03/13 15:41      
               Now that's Old School      Andy Neil      11/04/13 12:17      
      Old School      Joseph Hebert      11/03/13 19:26      
         Anochronisms      Andy Neil      11/04/13 12:19      
            of course        Erik Malund      11/04/13 20:01      
               RE: avoid writing a whole word       Andy Neil      11/05/13 11:36      
                  I know      Erik Malund      11/07/13 12:25      
                     Huh?      Michael Karas      11/11/13 08:20      
   PDF file      Joseph Hebert      11/03/13 16:28      
   Apparently I'm not the only one thinking this.      Joseph Hebert      11/04/13 08:35      

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