Mike Keitz email (remove spam text)
On Sat, 4 Sep 1999 09:42:57 -0500 Eric Oliver <KEDCOENT.COM> writes: eric
>Tektronix 2230 100Mhz DSO with P6109 10X probes.
>I guess my first question is, Is there anything else I'll need to get
>started ? Aside from some sense, that is <bg>.
You have the scope and probes, that's all you need to make measurements
once you know how to use it. For that, you could go back to the friend
who gave it to you, he should be at least a little familar withhow to
operate it. But since he just gave you an item worth at least $1000 it
may not be prudent to pester him with newbie questions.
A decent introductory text is "The XYZ's of Oscilloscopes" published by
Tektronix. It's available at their web site. Go to http://www.tektronix.com,
select "Oscilloscopes" then "Application Notes," it should be the first
one on the list. It's about the only beginner's application note there,
most of the others assume quite a bit of experience.
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