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Abstract

Triggering is often overlooked as a key selection parameter until after the instrument is purchased. Digital triggering provides significant advantages over traditional oscilloscope analog triggering, and should be highly considered when choosing an oscilloscope. Newer oscilloscope architectures contain a single path shared by both the signal and triggering, known as digital triggering. This document provides the insight to allow readers to understand and compare digital triggering versus analog triggering.
   
Application: Basics
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Author: Rohde & Schwarz
   
External Link to complete AppNote/Whitepaper:
https://www.rohde-schwarz.com/de/loesungen/test-and-measurement/electronic-design/digital-design-testing/wp-selecting-your-next-oscilloscope-why-digital-triggering-matters_256979.html
   
Published: 15-01-2024
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