[time-nuts] HP 58503A
dekagoon at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 15:09:16 UTC 2012
Hal Murray <hmurray at ...> writes:
> We discussed this area a week or three ago.
> You don't need a digital scope to determine if there is a pulse. A digital
> scope may help to see the pulse and figure out what it looks like.
> With an analog scope, you can either look at the blinking light that tells
> you it's triggering, or you can reduce the sweep speed until you can easily
> see the (flat) line from the beam each time it triggers.
> I can see a 10 microsecond pulse with my old Tek 465. It blinks and I
> roughly remember what the picture looks like. If I want to know a detail, I
> have to look at the right spot and wait for the next pulse.
with my analog scope (Hameg HM2005-2) I can trigger a low level voltage
spike signal with a p-p voltage of 30 mV and a frequency of 52,6 kHz.
Could that be real?
The signal level is very low, 30 mV...
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