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Entry-level Oscilloscopes and Training Resources for Electrical Engineering Teaching Labs

A fundamental aspect of the curriculum of nearly all of today’s University Electrical Engineering programs are hands-on teaching labs. The test equipment that you will find in these entrylevel EE teaching labs typically includes oscilloscopes, multimeters, power supplies, and function generators. But the core instrument that students use to test and verify assigned analog and digital experiments is usually the oscilloscope. As private and government investments in science and technology education have increased in the last decade, some oscilloscope vendors, including Agilent Technologies, have begun to shift resources from developing just higher performance DSOs to developing scopes that meet the tighter budget requirements of EE departments.

Author(s):  Hancock, Johnnie
Issue:  KIPiS 2012 #4

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