pkoning at equallogic.com
Fri Apr 8 16:31:27 CDT 2005
>>>>> "Dwight" == Dwight K Elvey <dwight.elvey at amd.com> writes:
>> From: "Eric Smith" <eric at brouhaha.com>
>> Ashley wrote:
>>> What kind of scope would I need and how much does one cost?
>> Assuming that you want something good but cheap, your best bet is
>> probably to try to find an old Tek 465. It's a good, solid
>> two-channel 100 MHz scope. ISTR that they show up on eBay
>> frequently, but as with anything on eBay, there's no telling what
>> condition it would really be in.
Dwight> Hi The only issue I've seen with the 465's is that if the
Dwight> sweep frequency switch is broken ( a common failure on these
Dwight> ), this switch is unobtainium. It is good to have more than
Dwight> two chanels of input.
True. One reason I like the 7000 series bench scopes is that they
give you that capability, with the right plugins. If you need
portability, that won't do, but I think for a lot of us a bench scope
is suitable too and gives you more choices. Multichannel plugins,
differential plugins, even spectrum analyzers (hah, I can dream,
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