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From: "Ron Hubbard"
Subject: Re: Displaying ELF On a 'Scope
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 17:28:33 -0800
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The sweep oscillator *could* be faulty, it's about twenty yerars old...
Phil Allison wrote in message ...
>"Ron Hubbard" wrote in message
>> I have an old 10 MHz Heathkit oscilloscope that works okay at the very
>> end, but on the very low end- say 1 Hz to 300 Hz - when I try to display
>> sine wave all I get is a section of it; I can't even tell if it's a pure
>> sine or there's distortion. Anyone have any suggestions for getting a
>> and complete display of very low frequencies?
> ** Most scopes have sweep speeds down to 100mS or 1 S per div.
> Is your Heathkit a normal scope or a HF waveform monitor ??
> Have you got the horizontal magnifier ( x10 boost) on ?
> Is the sweep oscillator faulty ?
> ................ Phil
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