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Quiz: Oscilloscope Tricks, Part 1

11 Apr 2016  | Martin Rowe

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Answers

  1. Which oscilloscope feature can you use as a signal source to make frequency response measurements with an oscilloscope?

    The correct answer is e, Fast edge signal.

  2. Which kind of trigger will trigger an oscilloscope when a parameter falls outside a specified range?

    The correct answer is b, exclusion trigger.

  3. When detecting the envelope of an amplitude-modulated signal, what is the first step you need to apply?

    The correct answer is a, full-wave rectification.

  4. Which types of signals can you demodulate with time-trend function?

    The correct answer is g, b and c only.

  5. Suppose you want to look at the frequency spectrum of just a portion of a signal. Which oscilloscope functions can you use before applying an FFT?

    The correct answer is g, a and c only.


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