Oscilloscope An oscilloscope is a device that is used to measure time based varying signals and also to calibrate equipments to bring their standard value. Certain faults in electronic circuits can be identified and corrected with the help of oscilloscopes. Nowadays, many types of oscilloscopes are available in the market today. Since each type has different pros as well as cons, buying the right one depends on the type of circuit to be tested, or the equipment to be calibrated. There are mainly 2 types of oscilloscopes, analog and digital. Apart from some minor differences, both serve the same purpose. The selection criteria mainly depends on the different parameters these devices carry. Analog Oscilloscope When it comes to oscilloscopes, another word that people usually have heard along with it is the CRO or Cathode Ray Oscilloscope. The CRO is just an old name for the analog oscilloscope, which has been…

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