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realy good analogue scope vid for noobs

Discussion in 'Electronics Videos' started by Little Ghostman, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. Little Ghostman

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    I wish I had a 'scope when I was 11.

    Oh wait they werent invented then.
     
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    Are you a lot older than you appear then?, scopes were pre-WWII.
     
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  5. dr pepper

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    I feel a lot older than I am.

    My first 'scope was a transistorised unilab.
     
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    I've got a book here 'The Oscilloscope at Work', which I bought years back from a second hand book shop - first published 1954 :D

    I bought a number of other electronics books at the same time, presumably someone had a clear out :D
     
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    I have something similar, a publication the navy used to issue its radio operators, from about the same time, there are some good explanations and calculations for various aerial designs, I used to use it a lot.

    Till I started fixing smelly papermill machines.
     

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