Oscilloscope Fundamentals Primer: Transitioning to a Digital Age

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Since its rise to ubiquity in the 1980s, the digital oscilloscope has continued to replace its analog predecessor in most modern applications. Through acquisition and analysis, its two basic functions, the oscilloscope remains an essential tool for electronic engineers.

In this white paper by Rohde and Schwarz, explore the oscilloscope’s origin, its transition from analog to digital, key benchmark specifications and measurements, and digital oscilloscope types and major subsystems.

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