Re: 7T11 horizontal memory
Say, since I have the 7S12 and 7S11, is there any reason to obtain a 7T11 or 7T11A? Aside from the fact that it's another cool piece of Tek gear to own, I mean. IOW, do I have a justification before the finance committee (my wife ;) )?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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-------- Original message --------From: Albert Otten <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 12/6/18 2:56 AM (GMT-08:00) To: TekScopes@groups.io Subject: Re: [TekScopes] 7T11 horizontal memory
On Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 10:19 PM, cmjones01 wrote:
Just to be sure that the fault is in the 7S11, you might check that the terrible rise time is also present when you use the 7S11 in combination with an ordinary timebase unit in stead of the 7T11.
You probably did not verify that you could adjust the dot response for loop gain one, it only "improved not much". I would check this first of all. The sampling head has an internal GAIN adjustment that could be too far off to correct with the 7S11 dot response adjustment.
You can probably tell that I'm new to theI followed the normal(?) route. I started with sampling units for the 564, then for the 7000 series and now I also have a CSA803A with SD-20 and SD-26. Still waiting for a good opportunity to buy an SD-24.