Tech Explorations™ Oscilloscopes for beginners

Tech Explorations™ Oscilloscopes for beginners

Tech Explorations™ Oscilloscopes for beginners
Tech Explorations™ Oscilloscopes for beginners, With this course, you will learn how to use the oscilloscope through a series of experiments
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What you'll learn
  • Understand the purpose of the oscilloscope.
  • Understand the basic controls of the oscilloscope.
  • Learn how to calibrate and use the probes so that a signal is transmitted to the oscilloscope with minimal distortion.
  • Learn how to use the automatic and manual trigger function to capture a variety of signal types.
  • Understand the differences and similarities between bench-top, portable and PC/USB oscilloscopes.
  • Understand what you can and cannot do with an oscilloscope.
  • Become familiar with the various kinds of waveforms that are typical in electronic circuits.
  • Understand how to keep your oscilloscope and yourself safe.
  • Learn how to use the oscilloscope automatic measurement and statistics functions.
  • Learn how to take manual measurements using the cursors.
  • Learn how to use cursors in manual, tracking and automatic mode.
  • Build-up your skill and confidence through a series of experimentations.
  • Requirements
  • Basic electronics, i.e. able to use simple passive components like resistors and capacitors in a breadboard circuit, and understand the meaning of units like Volt, Amperes, and Hz.
  • A working understanding of the Arduino Uno and the ESP32 as low-cost test signal generators, you should also be familiar with these platforms. We provide all circuit schematics and sketches in the course.
  • You will need an oscilloscope. If you already have one, you can use it to practice the course experiments. If you don’t, you can purchase an inexpensive PC/USB oscilloscope for less than $100.
  • To generate the test signals, we use an Arduino Uno and an ESP32, plus a few simple components like buttons, resistors, capacitors and a potentiometer. If you have completed Arduino Step by Step Getting Started and ESP32 For Busy People, you already have everything you need.

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