If you can remember back to 1994, then take a shot at naming these test instruments.
Today is July 3. EE Times' offices are closed for the holiday but Friday quizzes never get a week off. I uploaded this on July 1, but will probably work for some part of the day anyway—that's the life on an online editor.
This week's quiz breaks from the usual multiple-choice format. The following pages have images from ads that ran in the April 1994 issue of Test & Measurement World. Your mission is to identify six test instruments. Of course, I removed the manufacturer names and model numbers from each image. Leave your answers in the comments. The question pages contain images of the test instruments in question. Don't worry, for the last page will,as usual, have the answers. While you're on the last page, be sure to click on the images (repeated from pages 2 through 7). You'll then see the full ad for each product. The ads will open in new windows and you should be able to reach all the text unless you're reading them on a your phone.
Before we begin, take a look at the front and back covers of this issue below. They were purely coincidence. The person in the National Instruments ad is Matt Jacobs, who worked at NI in 1994. Click on the image to enlarge. Matt knew about the back-cover ad, but not about the front-cover art. Surprise!
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