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Joseph Hebert
11/04/13 08:35
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  11/04/13 08:41

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#190096 - Apparently I'm not the only one thinking this.
Responding to: Joseph Hebert's previous message
http://www.edn.com/design/te...-Y-display

Of course, they're using an oscilloscope that's far more expensive than anything I want to pay for, but the math and techniques can be ported to a more "old school" platform.

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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