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311-1970  -  IEEE Standard Specification of General-Purpose Laboratory Cathode-Ray Oscilloscopes

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The purposes of this Standard are: to document the minimum information that users of general-purpose laboratory cathode-ray oscilloscopes typically need; to provide potential purchasers and others with a common means for making comparisons between instruments; and to provide uniformity of information from manufacturers. This Standard applies primarily to general-purpose laboratory cathode-ray oscilloscopes; it does not necessarily apply to specific kinds of oscilloscopes, such as those employing sampling techniques, nor to storage oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, television monitors, or other instruments using cathode-ray tube displays.<>

Scope
This Standard applies primarily to general-purpose laboratory cathode-ray oscilloscopes' || ';' || ' it does not necessarily apply to specific kinds of oscilloscopes, such as those employing sampling techniques, nor to storage oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, television monitors, or other instruments using cathode-ray tube displays. Information for cathode-ray oscilloscopes designed or modified for specific applications and/or environments may require modification of certain listed information or the addition of more information.
Purpose
The purposes of this Standard arc 1) to document the minimum information that users of general-purpose laboratory cathode-ray oscilloscopes typically need, 2) to provide potential purchasers and others with a common means for making comparisons between instruments, and 3) to provide uniformity of information from manufacturers.