Slightly OT: Bandwidth of Sony/Tektronix 323 'scope

Slightly OT: Bandwidth of Sony/Tektronix 323 'scope

Post by Neil » Mon, 10 May 2004 08:22:52



Can anyone tell me the rated nominal bandwidth of the Sony/Tektronix
323 'scope?
I cannot seem to come up with any detail after a modest web search,
but I am sure someone here will have an old Tek catalog near to hand.
Thanks,
Neil S.
 
 
 

Slightly OT: Bandwidth of Sony/Tektronix 323 'scope

Post by el lector se guard » Mon, 10 May 2004 09:51:58


Google came up with
Oscilloscope Sony-tektronix
mod.323 ( 5 Mhz 1 channels)

URL: http://www.radiosurplus.it/strumentazione.htm
Find on Google -- then use the translation function for Italian to English

I found Tek and HP to be very conservative
Run a sig gen into it and see where it quits or 3dB point if you prefer

--
el lector se guarda

Amateur Radio is the best back-up
communications system in the world,
and that's the way it is. Walter Cronkite


Quote:
> Can anyone tell me the rated nominal bandwidth of the Sony/Tektronix
> 323 'scope?
> I cannot seem to come up with any detail after a modest web search,
> but I am sure someone here will have an old Tek catalog near to hand.
> Thanks,
> Neil S.


 
 
 

Slightly OT: Bandwidth of Sony/Tektronix 323 'scope

Post by Neil » Tue, 11 May 2004 01:17:03


Grazie

Neil S.


Quote:
> Google came up with
> Oscilloscope Sony-tektronix
> mod.323 ( 5 Mhz 1 channels)

> URL: http://www.radiosurplus.it/strumentazione.htm
> Find on Google -- then use the translation function for Italian to English

> I found Tek and HP to be very conservative
> Run a sig gen into it and see where it quits or 3dB point if you prefer

> --
> el lector se guarda

> Amateur Radio is the best back-up
> communications system in the world,
> and that's the way it is. Walter Cronkite



> > Can anyone tell me the rated nominal bandwidth of the Sony/Tektronix
> > 323 'scope?
> > I cannot seem to come up with any detail after a modest web search,
> > but I am sure someone here will have an old Tek catalog near to hand.
> > Thanks,
> > Neil S.