|Tektronix -- TDS 340A -- User Manual|
|Manual Type:||User Manual|
|Size:||1.15 Mbytes (1205444 Bytes)|
|Date:||01 January 1995|
|Quality:||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date:||27 December 2017|
|Downloads:||13 since 27 December 2017|
This manual provides user information for the TDS 300 Two-Channel Digital Real-Time Oscilloscopes. The manual contains the following chapters and appendices: Getting Started contains a brief product description; information needed to power on the oscilloscope, and a brief procedure to verify that it functions. Operating Basics contains user interface, probe, and autoset information. Reference contains task-oriented descriptions of oscilloscope features. The features are described in order from most basic to more specialized. Appendix A: Specifications contains typical, nominal, and warranted specifications for the oscilloscope. Appendix B: Performance Verification contains procedures you can use to verify that oscilloscope is operating within warranted specifications. Appendix C: Options and Accessories describes other products that are useful with the oscilloscope. Appendix D: General Care and Cleaning describes how to care for and clean the oscilloscope. Glossary contains a glossary of terms. Index contains a full index.
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|Tektronix TDS 340A Oscilloscope|
|Description:||Digital Real-Time Oscilloscope|
Tektronix TDS 340A, TDS 360, and TDS 380 oscilloscopes are digital signal processors and are superb tools for displaying and measuring waveforms. Their performance addresses the needs of both benchtop lab and portable applications with the following features: Two input channels, each with a record length of 1,000 samples and 8-bit vertical resolution. Both channels acquire waveforms simultaneously. 2 Gigasample/second maximum sample rate (TDS 380); 1 Gigasamples/ second maximum sample rate (TDS 360); 500 Megasamples/second maximum sample rate (TDS 340A). 400 MHz analog bandwidth and fastest time base setting of 1 ns/div (TDS 380); 200 MHz analog bandwidth and fastest time base setting of 2.5 ns/div (TDS 360); 100 MHz analog bandwidth and fastest time base setting of 5 ns/div (TDS 340A). A full complement of advanced functions including on-screen readout, AUTOSET, cursors, continuously updated automatic measurements, and FFT. Waveform averaging, waveform enveloping, and hardware peak detection. Floppy disk drive for mass storage of waveforms, setups, and hard copies. A unique graphical user interface (GUI) and a logical front-panel layout which combine to deliver the standard in usability pioneered by the TDS family of oscilloscopes.