The impact of digital oscilloscope blind time on measurements
All digital oscilloscopes are temporarily blind. But the shorter the blind time and the higher the acquisition rate, the smaller the missing part of the measurement. A decrease in blind time will result in greater confidence in the displayed signal details, in the respective measurement and in the analysis result.
The latest Rohde & Schwarz application note explains in detail what blind time is and how it affects measurements. Current solutions for reducing blind time are described and, last but not least, the approach using the R&S®RTO oscilloscope is presented.
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