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Tony_LeCroy

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Field Applications Engineer | Teledyne LeCroy

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Tony_LeCroy

Test and Measurement

3 months ago

Getting The Most Out Of Your Oscilloscope: Cursors and Parameters

Oscilloscopes give us a wealth of tools with which to view, measure, and analyze the performance of

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Tony_LeCroy

Test and Measurement

5 months ago

Getting The Most Out Of Your Oscilloscope: Documentation

If we really want to get the most out of our oscilloscopes, we'd be remiss in overlooking the

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Tony_LeCroy

Test and Measurement

6 months ago

Getting The Most Out Of Your Oscilloscope: Trigger Delay

Triggering is one of the most basic, yet most useful, tools your oscilloscope offers you. Say you

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Tony_LeCroy

Internet of Things

6 months ago

IoT Digital Power Management and Power Integrity

An Internet of Things (IoT) device derives its power either from a 12-V DC supply or from a battery.

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Tony_LeCroy

Test and Measurement

6 months ago

Getting The Most Out Of Your Oscilloscope: Navigation With MAUI

Today's real-time digital oscilloscopes are easier to use than their predecessors, and new

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Tony_LeCroy

Test and Measurement

7 months ago

Getting The Most Out Of Your Oscilloscope: Setup

Today's real-time digital oscilloscopes are so packed with bells and whistles (or "features," if you prefer) that you can forget how to use many of them. In fact, you might not even realize some exist!

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Tony_LeCroy

Internet of Things

7 months ago

Anatomy of an IoT Device

There's already more Internet of Things (IoT) devices deployed than there are humans on

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Tony_LeCroy

Internet of Things

7 months ago

Debugging the IoT

By now, we're all familiar with the phrase "Internet of Things" (IoT); some of you may be directly involved with that concept on some level as a designer/technologist. Here, we'll begin a series of posts on the IoT...

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