How Much Does an Oscilloscope Cost?

An oscilloscope, previously known as an oscillograph, is an electronic test instrument used to observe the precise wave shape of an electrical signal.  Its oldest form, which still exists in a few laboratories today, is called the cathode-ray oscilloscope, or CRO.  It generates a representation by making a focused electron beam to move, or sweep, in patterns across the surface of a cathode ray tube (CRT).

With the use of technology, however, the most state-of-the-art oscilloscope is now able to replicate the action of the CRT with its liquid crystal display, which is much like those you find in notebook computers.


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