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You may remember Picoscope from the Troubleshooting and Debugging on the Move! webinar and 2250A RoadTest (you can see the reviews here).  To close out the year we are happy to introduce the Picoscope 5000 series.   This high- performance PC oscilloscope includes:   Flexible resolution, from 8 to 16bits Up to 200 MHz analog bandwidth Up to 512 MS buffer memory Up to 1GS/s real-time sampling Up to 10GS/s equivalent- time sampling.   Below is a quick look at of th ...
Philae lander on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (via ESA/Rosetta/Philae/CIVA)   The Philae lander's epic adventure this week left scientists and the public on edge as she bounced twice before landing in the shadow of a cliff on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Considering this mission has been 10 years in the making due to the distance of the comet from Earth, scientists were hoping and praying that Philae would fly off into deep space or run out of power before being able to gather data ...
Overview   This is the fourth post in the series of fundamental concepts of electric circuits and signals with the Tek 1202B-EDU oscilloscope.  In my previous three posts, I covered circuit analysis, capacitors, and inductors.   In this post, I will present an intuitive and analytical view of operational amplifiers.   I will start by showing how to use operational amplifiers in inverting and non-inverting configurations, as unity buffers, and summing amplifiers. ...
Recently I presented this Webinar about BitScope Micro and Raspberry Pi. I introduced BitScope Micro and demonstrated how it can be used with Raspberry Pi and some other systems to perform multi-channel mixed signal test and measurement. Starting with an unboxing I showed how to set up and use the software and connect with other lab equipment, how use the waveform generator to learn how an oscilloscope works, even what power line hum looks like simply putting my finger on a probe. Using a tin ...
In previous videos we have looked at the different modules that make up a typical bench power supply, in this post we will continue that trend and look at the Power Stage of typical power supply, evaluating different components (NPN, PNP, N Chan and P Chan MOSFETs), how there controlled and a bit of practical how-to   This is a link back to the main PSU blog : http://www.element14.com/community/groups/test-and-measurement/blog/2014/09/15/the-modular-bench-power-system-the-essential-diy-bui ...
Karl-Ludwig Butte from Butte Verlag has written a highly accessible series in MagPi about how to get the best from BitScope Micro and Raspberry Pi to make electronic measurements. Part 3 is now available so I thought it timely to provide a round-up of the first three instalments. In the first instalment Karl-Ludwig explains what BitScope Micro is and how to set it up with Raspberry Pi. He provides a very good beginner level introduction to using an oscilloscope with BitScope DSO which is free f ...
This is the start of the next blog in my series for the LAB bench power supply, in this video I will explore an option of using dedicated Digital displays to show the current and Voltage and how having a display with differential inputs can help eliminate errors   Back to main PSU blog http://www.element14.com/community/groups/test-and-measurement/blog/2014/09/15/the-modular-bench-power-system-the-essential-diy-build-for-every-ee-student-and-old-timer-alike     I will be ad ...
Perform I-V characterization with any Android device. Get insight into your device without programming Learn more at http://www.keithley.com/products/software/ivy ...

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