I'm new to the product and can't quite work out what it does from the blurb. I want to (initially) use it to test and realign a vintage valve radio (lots of high voltages!). So I need it to generate sine waves of reasonably accurate frequency up 30MHz and simultaneously function as an oscilloscope.
1. Can it do this?
2. How accurate is the frequency and amplitude measurement?
3. What does the 'calibrated' product do that the basis one doesn't (apart from cost more!)
I can knock up attenuators and dc isolation components as necessary so the low voltage input and output compared with a 'real' oscilloscope shouldn't be a problem (though some available extra bits would be nice).
Any advice very much appreciated.
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