Get the Most Out of Your Equipment!
By: Paul Danzer, N1II
Oscilloscopes are a useful tool in the world of electronics, allowing radio amateurs to "see" the signals inside their equipment. With personal computers and today's technologies, a variety of analog, digital or hybrid scopes are now available to radio amateurs for problem solving and testing new ideas in home workshops.
ARRL Oscilloscopes for Radio Amateurs is filled with practical information you'll need for using an oscilloscope. It begins with an overview of the oscilloscope and continues on to discuss characteristics, applications, probes, controls, and input modes. Readers will find chapters covering why you should get an oscilloscope, the elements, the probes and the accessories. There is discussion of software oscilloscopes and most importantly how to use your oscilloscope. There are reviews of current models and explanations of the specification if you are going to buy one.
If you're considering adding an oscilloscope to your test equipment or want to get the most of what you have then ARRL Oscilloscopes for Radio Amateurs provides an explanation of specifications and features to help you.
Size 184x226mm, 128 pages, ISBN: 9781 6259 5023 9