Fundamentally, an analog oscilloscope works by applying the measured signal voltage directly to the vertical axis of an electron beam that moves from left to right across the oscilloscope screen – usually a cathode-ray tube (CRT). The CRT creates a sharp, legible display. People often prefer analog oscilloscopes when it is important to display rapidly varying signals in “real time” – or, as they occur.
We continue to sell and rent analog oscilloscopes for your application in which a digital oscilloscope cannot meet your needs.
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