An Exercise in Low-Noise Design A power-rail probe is a special oscilloscope probe designed specifically to help probe DC power rails. Most of the larger oscilloscope manufacturers offer them if you are prepared to shell out thousands of dollars. In this project article Andrew sets out to see if he can build one with comparable 8230.
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