Posts tagged with: oscilloscope

Rigol DS1054Z: 4 Channels 50MHz Digital Oscilloscope

Rigol has launched new economic digital oscilloscope, Rigol 1054Z. Although considered as economic oscilloscope, but the specification is not that economic. Rigol equips this machine with 4 channels capability and 50 MHz bandwidth. With 1GSa/s Real-time Sample Rate, maybe a bit...
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Bennic XPP Capacitor Orientation Check

During a lazy Saturday afternoon, there was a person asked on one of the mailing list about the orientation of the Bennic FPP capacitor. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any Bennic FPP on my shelves. Only XPP was available. So here...
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Amplifier Measurement Day at Bintaro

It’s a sunny Saturday. It has been agreed to have a measurement of some amplifier to check their power output. Located at Bintaro, I bring my Rigol Oscilloscope and Sanwa True RMS Multitester. Both should be enough to give rough...
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Tiny Amplifier

I’m thinking to create a first gift for my newborn (ooopsss… he is not yet here, just about to). A small MP3 Player with tiny amplifier to drive a small speaker should be a nice idea. I will introduce him...
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Measuring ALC660 Power Output

I was playing with my Rigol Oscilloscope to measure my laptop power output. The sound card was Realtek ALC660. I played a 1 kHz sine wave with a software and measure the output. Since this was not an isolated environment...
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Resistor Orientation on the Oscilloscope

After reading my article about finding out capacitor inner-outer foil, some of my readers asked me to do the similar test on the resistor. Well, technically speaker, resistor shouldn’t have any inner or outer foil, since most likely it’s a...
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Observing Inner and Outer Foil of Some Popular Capacitors

I just got my Oscilloscope, so I can play more fun with my DIY stuff. Ok, let’s start with some basic “game”, to find the inner and outer foil of a capacitor. Basically, most of the capacitor, has what we...
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