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Books on Oscilloscopes

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by PKREZY7, Feb 26, 2004.

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  1. PKREZY7

    PKREZY7 Guest

    I would like to know if anybody out there knows some good books on
    oscilloscopes (beginner to intermediate). I have a Tektronix 465 and the
    manual is ok but not that helpful. If any of the books specifically deal with
    Tektronix that would be great. Thanks to all

  2. Joerg Hau

    Joerg Hau Guest

    There is a nice primer "XYZs of Oscilloscopes" (or very similar title)
    on the Tektronix website. About 60 pages, ca. 1.5 MB, pdf, free.

    In the same download are some more "potentially interesting"

    Cheers + HTH,

    - Joerg

    joerg dot hau at swissonline dot ch * Lausanne, Switzerland
    "All standard disclaimers apply".
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  3. Charlie+

    Charlie+ Guest

    On 26 Feb 2004 16:34:12 GMT, (PKREZY7) wrote as
    underneath my scribble :

    Try for 'Hands-On Guide to Oscilloscopes' - Barry Ross -
    McGraw -Hill, Not Tt specific but covers practically all features,
    what they do, and how to get the best out of them.
  4. KLP

    KLP Guest

    your 465 is a very good scope. I used a similar one for seveal years during
    my time as airforce engineer. The dealyed trigger facility is good, but I am
    not sure that you find this feature described in a book.

    Best regards

  5. Charlie+

    Charlie+ Guest

    as underneath my scribble :

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