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Amplitude Measurements

  • J. Czech

Abstract

A given deflection of the spot on the screen presupposes a commensurate amplitude of the signal voltage applied to the deflection plates. Since the leak resistors for the deflection plates (and also the input resistors of the amplifiers) are in the order of 1 to 10 megohms, the current flowing, and thus the load on the circuit under test, are extremely small [1].

Keywords

Time Base Voltage Amplitude Amplitude Measurement Shift Voltage Compensation Voltage 
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