Dave gives you the what, how, and why of Logic Analyzers.
Dave gets his hands on the first Fluke 233 meter in the country. Gimmick?, or the biggest innovation in multimeters since autoranging?
Amazingly, even Dave’s wife liked this meter!, is that a good or a bad thing?
Dave blows up some tantalum and electrolytic capacitors in front of his new 300fps Sanyo Xacti high speed camcorder!
See Dave in glorious HD-ish, Microchip PIC talk, and Damocles the flying pig takes flight.
Dave goes through his Top 5 list of dead projects, Dilbert style.
Dave compares the new PICkit 3 to the old PICkit 2, and, well, he starts to rant uncontrollably about how Microchip may have screwed this up…
And what do MBA managers and dickheads have in common?
UPDATE: Be sure to watch Microchip’s hilarious video response! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YUvlrVlNao
Intro music by Kevin Continue reading EEVblog #39 – Microchip PICkit 3 Programmer/Debugger Review
Dave explains errors and problems associated in insulation resistance measurement through a relay test matrix. Betcha no one else has that covered on Youtube!
Dave gives the solution to the first hardware quiz.
How do you design an LCR meter?
What about a stepped transmission line attenuation tester?
What does modular design and management have in common?
Cheapest price for the DS1052E:
Dave opens up his Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope, and ponders how to convert it into a DS1102E.
And yes, he finally checks out the infamous ADC overclocking issue.
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It’s time for YOU to get involved and solve a hardware puzzle – what does this board do?
Get your reverse engineering brain into gear and win a prize.
(Answers ONLY on the www.eevblog.com website, NOT here!)