If you're an electronics enthusiast, hobbyist, or professional, an oscilloscope is an essential tool for your workbench. But with so many options available, selecting the right one can be overwhelming. In this video, we'll guide you through the process of selecting and using an oscilloscope.

First, we'll explain what an oscilloscope is and how it works. We'll cover the different types of oscilloscopes available, such as analog, digital, and mixed-signal types, and discuss their pros and cons.

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Key Specifications

Next, we'll walk you through the key specifications to consider when selecting such a practical and powerful instrument, including bandwidth, sample rate, and memory depth. We'll also explain the difference between benchtop and handheld models and help you determine which type is best suited for your needs.

Once you've selected your scope (talk like a pro), we'll show you how to set it up and use it to measure various electronic signals. We'll cover topics such as adjusting the trigger level, selecting the appropriate probe, and interpreting waveform data.

Learn How to Use Your Oscilloscope

Throughout the video, we'll provide practical tips and insights to help you get the most out of your device. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced user, this video will give you the knowledge you need to confidently select and use an oscilloscope for your next project.

In this video, we show you what oscilloscopes are and how to use them.

More Resources on Oscilloscopes

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Do you want to have the full tutorial? Check out our video below: “How to Get Started with Your Oscilloscope”