Amplitude-frequency band control for oscilloscopes and signal converters

  • M. GreitansEmail author
  • V. Aristov
  • E. Hermanis


The possibility of data smoothing for the amplitude-frequency band control of oscilloscopes and signal converters is studied. It is shown that data smoothing by third-order splines differs slightly in performance compared to smoothing by a series of shifted functions Erf(t − Δt).


oscilloscope stroboscopic oscilloscope stroboscopic converter bandwidth amplitude-frequency characteristic spectral density pulse-response characteristic 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Electronics and Computer ScienceRigaLatvia

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