Test and Measurement Equipment

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Electronic test equipment (sometimes called "testgear" or "bench top") is used to create signals and capture responses from electronic Devices Under Test (DUTs). In this way, the proper operation of the DUT can be proven or faults in the device can be traced and repaired. Use of electronic test measurement and diagnostic equipment is essential to any serious work on electronics systems.

Practical electronics engineering and assembly requires the use of many different kinds of electronic test equipment ranging from the very simple and inexpensive (such as a test light consisting of just a light bulb and a test lead) to extremely complex and sophisticated such as Automatic Test Equipment. Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) often includes many of these instruments in real and simulated forms.

Generally, more advanced test gear is necessary when developing circuits and systems than is needed when doing production testing or when troubleshooting existing production units in the field.


Asaca Shibasoku 725 Automatic Distortion Analyzer

Hewlett Packard

Hewlett-Packard Model 105A/B Quartz oscillator
Hewlett-Packard Model 203A Variable Phase Function Generator
Hewlett Packard 339A
Hewlett Packard 606A
Hewlett Packard 606B
Hewlett Packard Model 3200B - VHF Oscillator


ShibaSoku AD725D Automatic Distortion Analyzer


Tektronix 2215A Oscilloscope
Tektronix DA 4084 - Programmable Distortion Analyzer

Test and Measurement Equipment

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