mfeher at eozinc.com
Fri Jul 13 23:01:31 EDT 2007
Thanks a lot. Copy received all OK and already printed out. I wrongfully
assumed that I would have to connect it to a PC for all measurements. I am
glad to hear that is not the case. Regardless, I have enough PCs around that
it would not be difficult to dedicate one for it. I will now read the manual
and be more prepared to know what to do with it when I get it. Thanks again
for your help. Best Regards - Mike
Mike B. Feher, N4FS
89 Arnold Blvd.
Howell, NJ, 07731
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In a message dated 7/13/2007 14:19:29 Pacific Daylight Time,
mfeher at eozinc.com writes:
>ding I may look at before it gets here, or, software I may need. Any help
>will be greatly appreciated. - Thanks - Mike
congrats on your Wavecrest. One of the best jitter and time-interval
analyzers out there.
I will send you the 2070 PDF manual offline, its 1/2MB large.
Without Visi software and a GPIB card you can only do a couple of things
with the unit:
* Measure cable lengths down to ps
* Print jitter histograms on old paralell port type printers
* Measure jitter on periods, time intervalls etc, and get two numbers:
range and RMS
* Measure voltages, rise/fall times etc.
To make the unit really useful, you may want to connect it to your PC via
Calibration is straight forward, one screw to adjust the 100MHz timebase,
and a couple of screws for the power supply voltages. Everything else is
Also, try googling Wave or Wavcrest, their website has lot's of info, but
it's not properly referenced, and very hard to find.
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