Oscilloscope KnowledgeBase

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Jitter Analysis with a Digital Oscilloscope

This application note presents the Jitter analysis capabilities of the R&S®RTO for digital signals.

Application: Basics
Industry:
Author: Rohde & Schwarz
Type: Text

Jitter Measurement Optimization for Keysight Infiniium Oscilloscopes

Some basic tips for optimizing jitter measurements on modern Keysight real time Infiniium Oscilloscopes.

Application: Signal Analysis
Industry:
Author: Keysight
Type: Youtube Video

Learn IoT and I2C protocol with Keysight IoT Applied Courseware and Oscilloscope

In digital components, inter-integrated circuit (I2C) is a popular communication protocol used to perform digital communication. This video shows an example of an I2C signal using the IoT development kit and Keysight oscilloscope.

Application: Basics, Serial Data
Industry:
Author: Keysight
Type: Youtube Video

LXI based Digitizer

In this article we will discuss the key features of a LXI instrument, and demonstrate how it can make real world measurements on an air compressor. We’ll show how to install and connect the instrument and to set up the measurement.

Application: Basics, High Channel Count
Industry:
Author: Spectrum Instrumentation
Type: Text

Making Basic Oscilloscope Time and Amplitude Measurements

There are at least two different ways to measure voltage and time on an oscilloscope. First we’ll cover the important skill of being able to estimate voltage or time by reading the display).

Application: Basics, Signal Analysis
Industry:
Author: Tektronix
Type: Youtube Video

Making your first measurement with an oscilloscope

Provides and overview on how to quickly and easily start making measurements on your oscilloscope.

Application: Basics
Industry:
Author: Rigol Technologies
Type: Youtube Video

Measuring Power Supply Control Loop Response with Bode Plot II

Stability is one of the most important characteristics in power supply design. In this application note, we will show you the basic principles for making this stability measurement.

Application: Power
Industry: Power Electronics
Author: Siglent
Type: Text

Measuring the frequency response of a loudspeaker

This application note describes a simple method for measuring the frequency response of a loudspeaker using the Pico ADC-216 oscilloscope.

Application: Audio, Spectrum Analysis
Industry: Consumer
Author: Pico Technology
Type: Text

Measuring the Modulation Index of an AM Signal using FFT

In AM schemes, the modulation index refers to the amplitude ratio of the modulating signal to the carrier signal.

Application: Signal Analysis
Industry: Wireless/RF
Author: Siglent
Type: Text

Measuring the power consumption of mobile and IoT devices

Many electronic devices draw low levels of current when idle, then consume orders of magnitude more when active and transmitting.

Application: Power
Industry: Communications, Consumer, Industry, Wireless/RF
Author: Pico Technology
Type: Text