How to use an oscilloscope

Alan Wolke, W2AEW, posted a great video yesterday of a presentation on oscilloscope basics at the Ocean-Monmouth Amateur Radio Club in Wall Township, New Jersey. Thanks, Alan!

Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “How to use an oscilloscope”

  • David W4EZZ:

    Excellent, thanks Alan for your time and talent. I learned something new today.

  • Jeff N2LXM:

    Alan did a geat job. All of the OMARC members who were on hand really enjoyed it. I even leared a few things. The Ocean Monmouth A.R.C. is located at 2300 Marconi Road in Wall Township. We are part of the Infoage Learning Center. Which is loacted at the Former Camp Evans signal laboratory. The Oakhurst Address is for Our P.O. Box.

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