[sdiy] Fwd: [TekScopes] Analog Scopes Bible

Dan Snazelle subjectivity at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 15 15:44:49 CEST 2013


Pure gold!!!

Also check out former textronix employees book

Dennis feucht

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On Jul 14, 2013, at 3:22 PM, "cheater00 ." <cheater00 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
> if you don't know these then you definitely should have a look. I
> thought this list might be helpful to analog designers, as the
> technology, concepts, and problems are very similar. Oscilloscope guys
> had to create extremely precise oscillators (time bases), preamps
> (vertical amplifiers), power amps (CRT driving circuitry), very stable
> voltages and voltage references. The circuits had to be extremely
> linear and very high bandwidth, and they had to keep their properties
> in changing conditions including temperature. There were amazing
> single-ended as well as differential designs. There's theory on
> filters and working in the frequency domain to be learned as well.
> Even the designs of power supplies are worth having a look. And if
> you're into tube designs, Tek did a lot of precise stuff with them for
> decades. A whole different class than your guitar amp design book -
> it's actually engineering...
> 
> You can find the books at: http://www.davmar.org/concepts.html
> 
> Cheers,
> D.
> 
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Dennis Tillman <dennis at ridesoft.com>
> Date: Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 6:19 PM
> Subject: [TekScopes] Analog Scopes Bible
> To: TekScopes at yahoogroups.com
> 
> 
> The Tektronix Concept Series of books explain just about everything you
> could ever want to know about analog oscilloscopes. They are an outstanding
> source of knowledge written by professionals in their respective fields.
> They cover every aspect of how an oscilloscope works, how all the subsystems
> work, and practical applications of oscilloscopes. Virtually all of these
> are available on-line. They loosely fall into two groups: Measurements and
> Circuits. If your interest is in what you can do with your scope the
> measurements books are what you should read. To learn more about how the
> circuitry works the circuits books are what you want. Here is the complete
> list of books:
> 
> 062-0852-01     Cathode-Ray Tubes
> 062-0861-01     Storage Cathode-Ray Tubes and Circuits
> 062-0888-00     Power Supply Circuits
> 062-0955-00     Television Waveform Processing Circuits
> 062-1005-00     Information Display Concepts
> 062-1009-00     Semiconductor Devices
> 062-1030-00     Digital Concepts
> 062-1055-00     Spectrum Analyzer Circuits
> 062-1056-00     Oscilloscope Trigger Circuits
> 062-1064-00     Television Systems Measurements
> 062-1070-00     Spectrum Analyzer Measurements
> 062-1074-00     Engine Analysis Measurements
> 062-1098-00     Sweep Generator Circuits
> 062-1106-00     Automated Testing Systems
> 062-1120-00     Probe Measurements
> 062-1144-00     Horizontal Amplifier Circuits
> 062-1145-00     Vertical Amplifier Circuits
> 062-1146-00     Oscilloscope Probe Circuits
> 062-1172-00     Sampling Oscilloscope Circuits
> 062-1244-00     Time-Domain Reflectometry Measurements
> 062-1246-00     Transducer Measurements
> 062-1246-02     Transducer Applications Handbook
> 062-1247-00     Biophysical Measurements
> 062-1334-00     Spectrum Analyzer Measurements, Theory and Practice
> 062-1460-00     Oscilloscope Camera Concepts
> 062-1180-00     Real Time O'scope 7 Vol. Set (-0852, -0888, -1056, -1098, -
> 1144, -1145, -1146)
> 
> Dennis
> 
> 
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