Re: Old Tektronix Books

Dave Daniel
 

Thanks for clarifying that.

I thought there was copy on the TekWiki as well. When I saw that there wasn’t, I went to upload my copy. It was at that point that I discovered that (a) I don’t seem to have a copy and (2) I could not find a copy online.

I still think I had a PDF copy at one time.

FaveD

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On May 22, 2019, at 12:09, Dave Wise <david_wise@...> wrote:

The "Typical Oscilloscope Circuitry" book. Rolynn said it was at w140 ("TekWiki"), but I couldn't find it so I asked him where it was in the w140 site.

Dave Wise
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Where what?

DaveD

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On May 21, 2019, at 20:26, Dave Wise <david_wise@...> wrote:

Where? I found the Concepts series, but Typical Oscilloscope Circuitry is not a Concepts book.

Thanks,
Dave Wise
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I wonder what scope the schematic examples are taken from. They certainly look genuine.
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1961 publication eliminates some.

The power supply might be a 531/535/541 but I'm not going to spend any time with this since the manuals are on TekWiki.



Rolynn










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