Everything for Electronics
Nuts & Volts Magazine (March 2004)


By Paul Florian    View In Digital Edition  

If you work with digital or analog oscillators, at some point you will want to double-check their operating frequency. Analog oscilloscopes will only get you within a half-order of magnitude or so; a good frequency counter will take you the rest of the way.


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