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RE: Digital O-scopes for TC use
Original poster: "Mccauley, Daniel H by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <daniel.h.mccauley-at-lmco-dot-com>
Depends what you get. Get a "true" digital scope or buy some junk.
Your good digital scopes will have internal disk drive to save waveforms as
well as a GPIB port which when hooked to a computer you can actually fully
control and access info from the scope.
Definitely check out the TDS420A, TDS430A, or TDS460A scopes. They are
battery / ac powered, compact - standard size except they are only about 5
inches deep, feature full four channel phosorphous screen, and much more . .
Check them out at the Tektronix website.
They are also pretty inexpensive for digital scopes.
> > digital scope for TC use
> I hope these come with some means of getting trace data out of the
> scope and into a computer - a disk or better still a serial port.
> Is that generally the case with digital scopes, or do these things
> tend to be optional extras?
> Paul Nicholson