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The Impact of Digital Oscilloscope Blind Time on Your Measurements

Authored on: Aug 27, 2010 by Guido Schulze and Bob Barnett

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All digital oscilloscopes are temporarily blind. During this blind time the user will miss critical signal events at his device under test. Thus, it is necessary to understand the impact of blind time to the measurement. This application note explains the background of blind time and points out why a high acquisition rate is important. It furthermore explains the R&S RTO oscilloscope capabilities and how they help for faster debugging, measurement and analysis.
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sand.mulik Posted Sep 5, 2010

useful information.

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kandos Posted Jan 19, 2011

These shortcomings of digisopes have already been point out by other major manufactures with various methods to overcome it,yet for fault finding high bandwidth analogscope sees to be the best.One of the major problem is sluggish behavior of digiscopes and one manufacture claims to have been got rid it.

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BruceP Posted Mar 13, 2013

I get a 2" page--imposible to read or print.

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