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By: Taku Furuta   Customer visits are not only exciting, but excellent learning experiences.   My visits with customers cover a range of topics from answering questions on specific technical capabilities to presenting the latest technologies to researching product use models.  In these visits, I often demonstrate product features and benefits when… (Show more)
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Daniel_Bogdanoff
The internet got all kinds of angry at Apple recently. It turns out, Apple slows down the processor’s clock frequency on older iPhones. The internet took this as an opportunity to jump on “Evil Apple” for what it perceived as a marketing ploy to get people to upgrade. But, the internet was wrong.   As it turns out, this was simply a case of… (Show more)
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Paul Capozzoli
Good news! We're extending the end date for the Infiniium S-Series oscilloscope promotion, "Your Scope. Your Way." to March 31, 2018.  The S-Series oscilloscopes (500 MHz to 8 GHz) provide you with unmatched measurement accuracy with the best signal integrity and most comprehensive measurement software for signal analysis, compliance, and… (Show more)
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JohnnieHancock
Sniffing the airDogs do it all the time. But there is much more in the air than just smells. There are RF signals of all kinds all around us. How do we 'sniff' these signals out of the air so that we can observe them on an oscilloscope? Sniffing where you can’t probeProbing electrical voltage signals in a circuit is typically achieved using an… (Show more)
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Written by David Liu Routine electrical tests are time-consuming Routine electrical tests can be mundane and quite time-consuming, especially when you’re required to repeat the same test procedure with just one or two parameter changes. Take the testing of a DC-DC converter, for example. In the diagram below, you’ll notice that setup requires a… (Show more)
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mike1305
Hey readers!   For today’s blog we decided to do something a bit different. I’m a big fan of the New York Times crossword puzzle (Monday record time 4m35s, let me know yours below) and thought this would be a fun way to share that with all of you. Grab a cup of coffee and give this puzzle a try! Let us know in the comments if you’d like to see… (Show more)
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jchang
If you are dealing with more than a couple tens of amperes of AC current and want to make flexible current measurements, consider the Rogowski current probe.   A Rogowski coil is an electrical transducer used for measuring AC currents such as high-speed transients, pulsed currents of a power device, or power line sinusoidal currents at 50 or 60… (Show more)
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ErinEast
To measure current with an oscilloscope, you have to use a current probe. The problem is, there are so many types of current probes available now, and it’s hard to know when to use what. When you think about current probing, there are three main categories that most applications fit into: High current General purpose Low current Each of the… (Show more)
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