The unusual oscilloscope phenomenon – Part 2!
Rigol caught with their pants down!
An issue with the Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope
Or perhaps it’s Analog Devices caught out?
How can a consumer electronics product last on the shelf for more than 10 years? The Garmin Etrex GPS investigated.
I hope your next project DOESN’T work!, dual purpose I/O pins can be a trap, and www.octopart.com
(Sorry about the audio hum, new mic problems)
A tutorial on CMOS SCR Latchup
UPDATE: Please stop guessing. It is NOT the chair, it is NOT the noise, it is static electricity. And no it is NOT caused by the ground probe loop. See the Part 2 and Part 3 Continue reading EEVblog #14 – An unusual oscilloscope phenomenon!
All about Digital Storage Oscilloscopes.
Bandwidth, Sampling techniques, and memory depth.
Comparison of PC Based Digital Storage Oscilloscopes against a Rigol DS1052E bench scope
Shanghai Special – Dodgy USB Hubs
Shanghai Special – A tour of a PCB Assembly factory