General Electronics

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Source: Tektronix
XYZs of Oscilloscopes
After reading this primer, you will be able to: Describe how oscilloscopes work; Describe the differences between analog, digital storage, digital phosphor, and digital sampling oscilloscopes; Describe electrical waveform types; Understand basic oscilloscope controls; Take simple measurements.
Source: Keysight
Evaluating Oscilloscope Fundamentals - Application Note
We will discuss oscilloscope applications and give you an overview of basic measurements and performance characteristics.
Source: Tektronix
Anatomy of an Eye Diagram
This application note discusses different ways that information from an eye diagram can be sliced to gain more insight. It also discusses some basic ways that transmitters, channels, and receivers are tested.
Source: Tektronix
Fundamentals of AC Power Measurements
This application note will introduce the basic concepts of power measurements and clarify the definitions of key terms such as: Root mean square, Real power, Apparent power, Power factor, Crest factor, Harmonic Distortion and more.
Source: Fluke
Eliminating sensor errors in loop calibrations
Significant performance improvement can realized by optimizing the loop calibration measurement system to better accommodate the unique characteristics of the temperature sensing element. All temperature probes and their sensing elements are unique, with variations in materials, construction and usage, or exposure to different environments. This uniqueness continues throughout the useful life of the sensor, in the form of drift due to mechanical shock and vibration or to contamination of the materials when exposed to the material they are measuring. Only through periodic verification can these differences and changes be accommodated, improving total measurement performance.

Source: Tektronix
TDR Impedance Measurements: A Foundation for Signal Integrity
At today's high operating frequencies, anything that affects your signal's rise time, pulse width, timing, jitter or noise content can impact reliability at the system level. Mismatches and variations can cause reflections that decrease your signal quality as a whole. To ensure signal integrity, it is necessary you understand and control impedance in the transmission environment through which the signals travel.



Source: Keysight
Power MOSFET Capacitance (Ciss, Coss, Crss) measurement with up to 3kV bias
Ciss, Coss and Crss of MOSFET are measured by sweeping voltage to 2kV. B1505A enables up to 3kV biased capacitance measurement.
Source: Tektronix
Basics of Op Amp Gain Bandwidth Product and Slew Rate Limit
Op amp gain-BW product and slew rate limiting are defined, discussed and demonstrated on the bench. This discussion applies to the majority of general purpose op amps on the market - as most op amps are internally compensated with a single dominant pole.
Source: Keysight
Boundary Scan Basic Tutorial
Basic tutorial of boundary scan and its features. A quick understand of what is boundary scan testing using IEEE 1149.1 standards. Why did this standard come about? How does it work? Where is it used?
Source: Tektronix
Op Amp Peak Detector Tutorial, with peak detector basics
This video introduces a simple peak detector circuit, illustrates some of its limitations, and then discusses how an op amp can improve on the circuit using negative feedback.
Source: Keysight
How to use a Thermal IR Camera
Basic features of using a Thermal IR Imaging Camera including how to hide from the Predator. This tutorial walks though many common features found on Thermal imagers. Using the Keysight U5855A See how you can use a thermal camera to view HVAC systems, electronics, and building structures.
Source: Tektronix
What is an Eye Pattern on an Oscilloscope - A Tutorial
This video describes the basic concept behind eye patterns on an oscilloscope and how they can be used to evaluate the quality and signal integrity of a serial bit stream or data stream. It discusses how signal impairments such as jitter, ringing, overshoot, undershoot, noise, etc. can all be evaluated on a serial bit stream using an eye pattern.
Source: Tektronix
Tutorial on Digital Oscilloscope sample rate, record length and data processing
This video gives a basic tutorial on how typical digital oscilloscopes (DSO) process data from the analog input to the display. Topics include Sample Rate, Sample processing / Acquisition Modes, Waveform Record Length, Display Processing and Measurements.