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EEVblog #159 – Oscilloscope Trigger Holdoff Tutorial

EEVblog #159 – Oscilloscope Trigger Holdoff Tutorial

One of the more obscure controls on an oscilloscope is the Trigger Holdoff control. A dedicated control on most high end analog oscilloscopes, and a main menu option in modern digital scopes, yet often poorly understood. What does it do and how does it work? EEVblog #159 - Oscilloscope Trigger ...

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EEVblog #37 – Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope Teardown

EEVblog #37 – Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope Teardown

Dave opens up his Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope, and ponders how to convert it into a DS1102E. And yes, he finally checks out the infamous ADC overclocking issue. Hires images: ADC & FPGA ADC Support Blackfin DSP Front End 1 Front End 2 Front End 3 PSU Buy the Rigol DS1052E ...

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