Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 19:30:18 -0500

Author: Gerald_Zani@brown.edu

Subject: Re: How to display two pulses 100 ns apart?

Post:

Some Tektronix model scopes allow for a VGA output accessory module. This is how I do it.

There's another $.02. JZ

>
> From: "Jason St. John"
> Date: 2004/03/13 Sat PM 04:52:06 EST
> To: tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu
> Subject: Re: How to display two pulses 100 ns apart?
>
> We sometimes point the gooseneck camera (or other CCTV camera) at the
> screen of the scope and throw that image on the projector screen or TVs.
> There's a little raster flicker that you have to live with, but some of
> the students seem to actually like it better when they are looking at the
> same screen as the instructor.
>
> there's $.02
> -jmsj
>
> ____________________________________________________
> Jason St. John 617.353.2634 stjohn@bu.edu
> Boston University Physics Lecture Demonstrations
> 590 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02215
>
> On 2004-03-13.12:11 owner-tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu sent:
>
> Having purchased Arbor's neat little speed-of-light apparatus, I got a nice result using a high-speed two-channel oscilloscope: two 1-V or so pulses separated by about 100 ns. I want to display this output on the big screen using my LCD projector. Towards this end I purchased the PICO/DrDAQ PC Oscilloscope package from Arbor, but am stymied by the input plugs: FCC 68 4/4. The only solution seems to be ordering 2 pricey sensor adapters from a UK or Australian distributor (Arbor seems not to have them). Suggestions as to a faster/cheaper/better solution?
> Thanks in advance,
> Richard Piccioni
> James A. Garfield High School
> Seattle WA
> rgpiccioni@seattleschools.org
>
>
From sievert@physics.niu.edu Mon Mar 15 10:35:11 2004

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