EEVblog #662- How & Why to use Integration on an Oscilloscope




In this tutorial Dave demonstrates the seldom used and often little understood mathematical integration function available on your modern digital oscilloscope.

How & Why to use Integration on an Oscilloscope




And demonstrates a practical example use for it in accurately measuring the total power consumption of a microcontroller that sleeps and then wakes up and does some processing before shutting down again. By getting the total area under the current curve.

 

For more detail: EEVblog #662- How & Why to use Integration on an Oscilloscope




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