Skip navigation
All Places > Keysight Blogs

Oscilloscopes Blog

Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community.

Recent Activity

BoonCampbell
Lab benches are many times cluttered with multiple pieces of test equipment. Keysight’s InfiniiVision Oscilloscopes are equipped with a built in digital voltmeter, frequency counter, and totalizer giving the oscilloscope user additional measurement options that can reduce the amount of test equipment needed. In addition, when you only measure the… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
KeysightOsciloscopes
This blog was written by Ailee Grumbine- Keysight Memory Solutions Product Manager   As a design engineer, your job is to design the best product. Your manager’s job is to reduce the number of redesigns and deal with engineering shortages and budget constraints. Your manager asked for test results to decide if your product is ready for release to… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
Daniel_Bogdanoff
What does the piezoelectric effect have to do with oscilloscopes? If you follow any of the electrical engineering YouTube channels, you’re likely familiar with Dave Jones & the EEVBlog. His latest video caught my eye “EEVBlog #983 – A Shocking Oscilloscope Problem”. Now, this made me stop in my tracks. Not because he’s highlighting an oscilloscope… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
melissakeysight
The latest Infiniium software release (for Infiniium oscilloscopes and Infiniium Offline on your PC) includes a handful of new and improved tools to help you make more efficient measurements and documentation. These updates include: MIPI SPMI Protocol Decode Generic Raw Decode for PAM-4 and NRZ Symbolic Decode added to ARINC 429 and MIL-STD-1553… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
melissakeysight
If you are working on embedded designs such as automotive controllers, sensors, actuators, avionics, weapons systems, transmitting uncompressed audio and video data, or other chip-to-chip communications, you are probably using protocols and need a way to decode serial buses. Protocol decode is the process of translating an electrical signal from a… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
Daniel_Bogdanoff
It’s Scope Month, and you know what that means, oscilloscope giveaways! But this year we’re giving you even more chances to win.   How? This year Scope Month includes a scavenger hunt. We have hidden your favorite oscilloscope guru Daniel Bogdanoff all over the world (don’t worry, they’re just life-size cardboard cutouts). Your job? Find Daniel.… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
JohnnieHancock
When I was an electrical engineering student back in the 1970’s at the University of South Florida — go bulls! — two of my favorite classes were Control Systems and Analog Circuit Fundamentals. One reason I loved these classes so much was because we got to create Bode plots. I know, that sounds weird. I really enjoyed finding the theoretical poles… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
BoonCampbell
Do you want to accurately measure signals with minimal effects from your oscilloscope probe? The oscilloscope probe is a critical link in the quest for accurate signal measurements. The probe is more than just a connection between the circuit under test and the oscilloscope. It can affect both your measurement results and the circuit under test.… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
ErinEast
The second the probe is connected to your device your signal begins a grand journey to the center of the scope. It has to pass through five phases in order to complete its journey to the center, then back up to the surface. First the signal has to find its way to the front of the scope through the probe. Then, once it enters the scope, it has to… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
JohnnieHancock
Oscilloscopes have two primary modes of triggering: AUTO and NORMAL. However, NORMAL is not the normally used mode of triggering. AUTO is. The default trigger mode in all of today’s oscilloscopes is AUTO. There is a lot of confusion these days among oscilloscope users as to exactly when to use which mode of triggering. Let’s first define what… (Show more)
in Oscilloscopes Blog
Load more items