Source Measure Unit Application Demonstration: Curve Tracing

 

In this video, Yokogawa Test & Measurement’s Application Engineer Barry Bolling will demonstrate the use of a source measure unit; first he will demonstrate a simple sweep of a silicon diode and then present the current-voltage data in a graph within a spreadsheet; then, he will sweep a light emitting diode and again present the data in a graph using specialized software.

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