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Published on Aug 7, 2014
Exploring advanced trigger capabilities of RIGOL oscilloscopes using a home-made RF/EMI Probe. Just how good is Rigol trigger technology? How well can it capture noise? Can it handle some well-know difficult signals from e.g. quasi-resonant switchers built into switch-mode power supplies? Like transients from a power supply, it can be tricky to pin-down the source of troublesome EMI. We put the DS1102E trigger through its paces by asking it to tune-in to a specific risetime edge, so I can really explore the EMI-source and look at the shape of the tranisent. Trigger capabilities for the Rigol DS1052E and the Rigol DS1102E 50MHz and 100MHz Oscilloscopes include Edge, Pulse, Slope, Video and Alternate. Please visit http://www.rigol-uk.co.uk ... plus see more videos at http://www.RIGOL-uk.co.uk/RIGOL-videos