|Date:||June 29, 2017|
|Appearance:||Signals Abound – #22 Hardware Developers Didactic Galactic|
|Outlet:||SupplyFrame's Hardware Developers Didactic Galactic|
|Location:||San Francisco, CA|
Oscilloscopes belong on the desk of every electrical engineer or hobbyist. They are invaluable in both debugging and characterizing a circuit. While most users can twist the knobs to make things show up on screen, most never fully understand what is happening behind the scenes. Having spent over a decade working at a couple of scope companies, I have unique insight into how these incredible machines actually work.
I’m super excited to be invited back to the Hardware Developers Didactic Galactic held at the SupplyFrame office (usually) in San Francisco. This time I’ll be talking about oscilloscopes (last time I spoke about Capacitors). The focus of my story is the mysterious “trigger” circuit found in all digital scopes. Which, ironically, is the last part of my presentation. 😉
If you’re in San Francisco this week, grab a seat at the HDDG22 Meetup.