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XYZ of Oscilloscopes

XYZ of Oscilloscopes

Nature moves in the form of a sine wave, be it an ocean wave, earth-quake, sonic boom, explosion, sound through air, or the natural frequency of a body in motion.
Energy, vibrating particles and other invisible forces pervade our physical universe. Even light – part particle, part wave – has a fundamental frequency, which can be observed as color. Sensors can convert these forces into electrical signals that you can observe and study with an oscilloscope. Oscilloscopes enable scientists, engineers, technicians, educators and others to “see” events that change over time.

Oscilloscopes are indispensable tools for anyone designing, manufacturing or repairing electronic equipment. In today’s fast-paced world, engineers need the best tools available to solve their measurement challenges quickly and accurately. As the eyes of the engineer, oscilloscopes are the key to meeting today’s demanding measurement challenges.

The usefulness of an oscilloscope is not limited to the world of electronics. With the proper transducer, an oscilloscope can measure all kinds of phenomena. A transducer is a device that creates an electrical signal in response to physical stimuli, such as sound, mechanical stress, pressure, light, or heat. A microphone is a transducer that converts sound into an electrical signal. Figure 1 shows an example of scientific data that can be gathered by an oscilloscope.

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