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Arthur Pini
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Re: Digital scope or sampling Digital sampling oscilloscope
Arthur Pini   7/15/2014 12:25:00 PM
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Equivant time or random interleaved sampling only works on repetitive waveforms producing a high effective sampling rate.

Real time sampling works with transient(single shot) as well as repetitive signals.

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Re: Digital scope or sampling Digital sampling oscilloscope
MeasurementBlues   7/14/2014 2:00:59 PM
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Re: Digital scope or sampling Digital sampling oscilloscope
MeasurementBlues   7/11/2014 11:21:05 PM
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There are two kinds of digital oscillosocpes: sampling and real-time. Real-time scopes attempt to capture a signal one sampme at a time and reconstruct it one sample after another. Thus, real-time scopes can work on any waveform. Sampling scopes sample at a slow rate but have very high bandwidth. Signals must be repetitive because the scope samples at different points on each cyle then reconstructs the waveform.

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Digital scope or sampling Digital sampling oscilloscope
_hm   7/11/2014 11:04:28 PM
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Do you call it digital scope or digital sampling oscilloscope?

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