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Why fiber-optic probes beat battery powered scopes for floating measurements

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Published on Apr 14, 2017

Hook up a battery powered scope to a floating circuit and you'll likely see a lot of ringing if there are switching waveforms involved. That's not a problem with fiber-optic probes designed for looking at upper-side gate drive voltages and other signals that float. Teledyne LeCroy's Ken Johnson goes through an example of how these probes work.

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