Pardon, two of the 067-0513-00 pulse generators that David
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mentioned wanting to see the inside of.
Which can be arranged, as I have two of them.
Jeff Davis email@example.com [TekScopes] wrote:
Not sure what exactly you have two of... 😊
I've posted some test results from two samples of the build I did following the notes from Sergey Kubushyn. The test was conducted over the noon hour on an 8 GHz digital Tektronix scope at work - didn't catch the exact model number.
I posted captures of the rise time photos under "DIY TD Pulser" in the Photos section. Got 159 pS on the first build. Was a little more careful with the output construction on the second and got down to 119 pS with it.
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I have two of them. One has a bad TD, the other works, but
is easily 10 times slower than the spec's say it should be.
I had heard that when tektronix made them they had no real
way of measuring the pulse risetime, so they guessed.
David email@example.com [TekScopes] wrote:
Why can't you use the random sampling capability on the 7T11? Then at
least no delay line should be required. A power divider might still
be desirable to separate the sampling kickout from the trigger.
Tektronix had a slightly more complex tunnel diode pulse generator
which generated a pretrigger:
It would be interesting to see the inside to see how it was