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How to use an oscilloscope / What is an oscilloscope / Oscilloscope tutorial

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Published on Apr 30, 2012

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Tutorial on the basics of what an oscilloscope is, how it works and how to use it. The oscilloscope is an electronic "time machine"!
Siglent SDS1072CML Bench Oscilloscope (Bandwidth 70MHz)

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In this tutorial / lesson for beginners I cover the following topics on oscilloscopes:

* What is an oscilloscope?
* Oscilloscope basics
* Oscilloscope tutorial
* How does an oscilloscope work?
* How to use an oscilloscope.
* How to read a signal on an oscilloscope screen.
* Time base / scale, seconds per division (s/div), signal scale in volts per division (v / div)
* Horizontal position adjustment, vertical position adjustment, trigger point adjustment.
* high frequency signals, low frequency signals, the period of a signal, square wave signals, pulse width modulated signals (PWM), sine wave signals (sinusoidal), measuring a signal.
* Multimeter comparison to oscilloscope
* Charging a capacitor over time
* Reference / calibration signal
* Oscilloscope probes

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