Why Digital Oscilloscopes Appear Noisy

Why do digital oscilloscopes appear noisier than traditional analog oscilloscopes? In EEVblog #601 – Why Digital Oscilloscopes Appear Noisy posting Dave busts the myth that digital scopes are noiser than analog scopes, and demonstrates what inherent advantages digital scopes can have over analog scopes in terms of true waveform capture. And how long exposure camera shots on analog oscilloscopes can reveal detail you can’t see with your eyes.




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