## Oscilloscope DC Offset | Calculation of  DC Bias

DC offset is the mean amplitude displacement from zero. It shifts the reference level of your oscilloscope from the original ground or center zero point. The reference level shifts due to the addition of a DC voltage to your output…

## Measure Inductance Without Oscilloscope

LCR meters are frequently used to measure the inductance of inductors. It is also the simplest way. However, you could always use an oscilloscope to measure inductance. But without an oscilloscope LCR meters should be your priority while measuring inductance….

## How to Connect Oscilloscope to Amplifier

You need oscilloscopes to check the accuracy of your amplifiers. To connect your oscilloscope to your amplifier, first, connect one of your oscilloscope’s probes to the ground terminal of your amplifier. Then connect the other one to where you want…

## Oscilloscope Isolation Transformer

If you intend to connect the oscilloscope to a circuit that is connected to the supply voltage, you must use an isolation transformer. But the oscilloscope shouldn’t be floated by the isolation transformer. The device under test should be floated. …

## Oscilloscope External Trigger

A synchronizing pulse that is external to the measuring instrument such as an oscilloscope, generator, logic analyzer, etc., and normally synchronizes with the system under test is known as an external trigger signal. The oscilloscope trigger function works on the principle of…

## Measuring Inductance With Oscilloscope

To measure inductance with an oscilloscope, you can use three frequent methods. The first one is the resonant frequency method, the second one involves using a resistor of known value and the third one is by using voltage-current slope. Inductances…

## Connect Oscilloscope to Ham Radio

An oscilloscope is a device that can measure frequencies in either GHz or MHz, depending on your needs. It is a device used by amateur or ham radio operators to measure electric signals from their radios. Many ham radio operators…