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Title: The Slewed Edge - A Revolutionary New Method For Calibrating Oscilloscope Fast Sweep Speeds
Author: Stanley A. Griffiths
Source: 1981 Measurement Science Conference
Year Published: 1981
Abstract: DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAST DECADE HAVE INCREASED OSCILLOSCOPE SWEEP SPEEDS WITHOUT CORRESPONDING INCREASES IN VERTICAL-AMPLIFIER BAND WIDTH. THESE DEVELOPMENTS CREATED THE NEED FOR A NEW TYPE OF OSCILLOSCOPE TIMEBASE TIMING SIGNAL - THE SLEWED EDGE, WHICH IS NOW AVAILABLE. SLEWED EDGES ARE A SERIES OF FAST-RISE PULSES THAT ARE PRECISELY AND PROGRESSIBELY DELAYED FROM A TRIGGER SIGNAL. SLEWED EDGES HAVE MANY ADBANTAGES OVER THE OLD SINEWAVE METHOD OF CALIBRATING TIMEBASES:


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