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Measuring with Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

Rohde & Schwarz: Measuring with Digital Storage Oscilloscopes Educational Note - RF CafeThis educational note covers the theory and practice of digital storage oscilloscopes based on concrete measurement examples that address authentic everyday tasks. The theoretical portion of this paper begins with an explanation of the basic operating concepts for digital oscilloscopes, followed by a discussion of the most important parameters to be considered when setting up and performing the exercise measurements. The final portion of the theoretical section prepares the reader for the subsequent practical exercises containing detailed measurement tasks. These exercises are intended to demonstrate and reinforce the knowledge gained in the theoretical portion. The exercises build upon one another demonstrating measurement tasks that are encountered frequently by engineers in their daily work.

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Lee Hill is an industry expert in electromagnetic compatibility and founding partner of SILENT Solutions LLC, an EMC and RF design firm established in 1992. Lee provides EMC troubleshooting services, design reviews, and training to a wide variety of industries nationally and around the world and also is a member of the adjunct faculty at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) where he teaches graduate-level classes in EMC. Lee also teaches at the University of Oxford (England), and for the IEEE EMC Society's annual Global University and EMC Fundamentals program. He earned his MSEE in electromagnetics from the Missouri University of Science and Technology EMC Laboratory. 


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Posted August 4, 2017