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How to Make Better Oscilloscope Measurements

2020-01-08  |  News


How to Make Better Oscilloscope Measurements

Oscilloscope Tips and Tweaks

Join us for this Measurement Experts webinar where Rohde & Schwarz expert, Rich Markley, will cover everything you need to know to make the most accurate measurements with your oscilloscope.

January 29 at 2:00 PM ET

In this one-hour interactive webinar, you'll learn:
• Oscilloscope tips to make sure you are making the most accurate measurements possible
• Probing tips to make sure you are making the most accurate measurements possible
• Valuable testing tips to help debug designs faster
• Oscilloscope specifications and why some features are more important than others are
• Different types of probes and the benefits each offer in achieving the most accurate measurements

Note: You don't have to own a particular model or brand of oscilloscope for this training.

More about "How to Make Better Oscilloscope Measurements" & FAQ

How much does this oscilloscope measurements training cost?

This training is 100% free!

I'm not sure I can join January 29 at 2:00 PM ET. Should I still register?

ABSOLUTELY. By registering you will automatically receive the recording of the live webinar session and additional educational materials and freebies (such as posters!).

What topics will you cover?

This webinar will give you some great tips on how to make better measurements with a digital oscilloscope. You don't need to own a particular brand of oscilloscope to get something useful out of this webinar. And I don't feel it is a sales presentation. I think it will provide good information for someone who uses an oscilloscope in his or her work. - Randall Scasny

About the Presenter

Richard Markley

Richard Markley, North American Oscilloscope Product Manager

Rich is the oscilloscope product manager for North America at Rohde & Schwarz. He has over 16 years experience in the test equipment and measurement field. Rich earned his bachelors in electrical engineering at Kansas State University, as well as an MBA from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

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