How confident are you in your scope's accuracy in measuring the signal?
How confident are you in your scope's accuracy in measuring the signal? Since all scopes have resistance and capacitance, how concerned should we be about the effect of the measurement on the signal? I expect this is especially a concern for those of us with older or entry-level scopes. When I am troubleshooting for an error and hook up my probe, what happens if the probe "fixes" the problem (even if I have calibrated it)?
Over at scopejunction I was blogging about accuracy and wondering what steps you take to improve accuracy? If you want to see some of the comments, head here. Otherwise, please sound off below on if you think accuracy is taken for granted...
A 5G interoperability test system developed by Qualcomm, ZTE and China Mobile, combined with the pending development of the first 3GPP 5G-NR standard, are good indicators of the pending frenzy over 5G; it’s a good time to take a Boot Camp course on 5G.