Tuesday, March 13, 2007

High-Speed Time-Domain Measurements—Practical Tips for Improvement

Making accurate high-speed time domain measurements can be challenging, but a few tips and tricks, coupled with some good old-fashioned commonsense engineering, can help yield quick and accurate results. When choosing a scope and probe for high-speed measurement, first consider: signal amplitude, source impedance, rise time, and bandwidth. The type of probe and length of the ground lead are also important.

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At 10:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good practical recommendations. I'll use ground clips more carefully next time ...


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