Calibrate scope jitter using a transmission line
loop: 09/20/2001 EDN - Design Ideas /
Digital-clock-period jitter is the variation in the
period of a clock cycle compared with a nominal
(average of many cycles) clock period. To accurately
measure period jitter using an oscilloscope, you
must subtract the oscilloscope jitter fro.
CrossTrigger Two Oscilloscopes To Create a
DelayedSweep Display : 06/10/02 Electronic
Design - Ideas for Design / Many oscilloscopes lack
a delayed-sweep function. Plus, because typical
users only occasionally require this function,
simpler, more adaptable methods are worthwhile.
Cross-triggering two standard oscilloscopes produces
both main and delayed-sweep...
Delay line upgrades vintage scope: 04/18/2002
EDN - Design Ideas / Vintage triggered-sweep
oscilloscopes find use in many applications.
However, they have no internal delay line, so they
can't display the pulse that triggers the sweep.
Moreover, early laboratory scopes contain delay
lines having insufficient delay to display such
pulses during a uniform portion of the sweep. .
NTSC Synchronization Separator: Stable
Triggering of Oscilloscope Video Waveform Displays
Have you been frustrated by video waveforms which
are difficult to display on your oscilloscope? Do
you have to readjust the trigger level every Time
the scene changes? This article describes a simple
circuit that will allow a triggered sweep
oscilloscope to provide the most important
capability of a video waveform monitor, a stable
display of the video waveform.