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Tek Revolutioneer

United Kingdom United Kingdom

Technical Marketing Manager

Engineer trapped inside a Marketing Person, love my job as it allows me to not only use the latest Tektronix products, but also see how other Engineers use them to solve their daily jobs to be done

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Tek Revolutioneer

Test and Measurement

2 weeks ago

Performing Breakdown Voltage and Leakage Current Measurements on Today’s High Voltage Semiconductor Devices

Accurate electrical source and measure testing is essential for characterizing these high voltage devices so that the right design decisions can be made in a timely fashion. Increasing design margins and overdesigning will only drive costs up and br

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Tek Revolutioneer

Test and Measurement

1 month ago

How can an oscilloscope measure current ?

Most oscilloscopes only directly measure voltage, not current, however there are a couple of ways it is possible to measure current using a scope, we will take a look at both of those in this article.

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Tek Revolutioneer

Test and Measurement

4 months ago

When FFT isn't enough for RF Measurements on an Oscilloscope

If you are an experience scope user, you most likely have at one time or another used the FFT (fast fourier transform) feature on your scope with varying degrees of success. We take a look at a new feature from Tektronix called Spectrum View.

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Tek Revolutioneer

Test and Measurement

6 months ago

Things to consider when choosing a Basic Oscilloscope

Basic oscilloscopes are windows into signals for troubleshooting circuits or checking signal quality. They generally come with bandwidths from 50 to 200 MHz and are found in almost all design/education labs, service centre and manufacturing site.

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Tek Revolutioneer

Test and Measurement

11 months ago

Challenges of de-bugging complex embedded systems

We take a look at the complexity of an embedded system, and how a mixed-domain oscilloscope can aid the design engineering process and speed up the debug time.

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Tek Revolutioneer

Test and Measurement

11 months ago

Maximizing your device’s battery life

Learn about power consumption analysis in the IoT space, and the various challenges facing design engineers as they look to maximise their devices battery life.

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