29 Oct '15, 2pm

Art of Waves: Images on a scope Learn how, download code @AnalogArtsUSA

Art of Waves: Images on a scope Learn how, download code @AnalogArtsUSA

As a professional engineer, I'm often overworked and stressed. When I need a break I sometimes sit at my desk and play with waves. I enjoy creating and viewing signals in different forms, signals of all shapes and sizes. It's become almost a passion which during stressful times, reminds me of the magic of waves. Despite jaw-dropping computer graphic technologies, creating Lissajous patterns and other images on a oscilloscope is still exciting. Many online pages explain them in detail and show several popular patterns. Practically every engineer who has worked with an oscilloscope has, at some point, seen these patterns. Technical journals including EDN publish creative techniques to produce interesting Lissajous patterns from time to time. A Lissajous pattern, which is essentially the display of voltage and frequency relationships between two signals has been depicted in o...

Full article: http://www.edn.com/design/test-and-measurement/4439899/Th...

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