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MAKE Oscilloscope tutorial

Posted on Monday, April 4th, 2011 in how-to, measurement, oscilloscope by the machinegeek

Here’s a short video tutorial posted recently by MAKE explaining the functions and uses of the the oscilloscope.

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  1. Brian Stott says:

    As usual your videos are quirk-cool and geeky-true. Thanks for the breakdown on the scope. I got one and was still kind of intimidated by it. Your descriptions of the adjustment knobs, probe and connecting it to a circuit made things less so. Keep up the great work and hoping you much fun.

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