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The Tektronix Type N is a sampling plug-in [[introduced in 1960]]
 
The Tektronix Type N is a sampling plug-in [[introduced in 1960]]
for [[500-series scopes]].  It is the first sampler produced by Tektronix.
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for [[500-series scopes]].  It was the first sampler produced by Tektronix.
 
The risetime is specified to be  
 
The risetime is specified to be  
 
under 600 picoseconds.  The Type N is a complete sampling subsystem,
 
under 600 picoseconds.  The Type N is a complete sampling subsystem,
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is operated in X-Y mode and gets its horizontal signal from the Type N plug-in instead of
 
is operated in X-Y mode and gets its horizontal signal from the Type N plug-in instead of
 
from the scope's sweep circuitry.  The input connector is a 50-ohm GR-874.
 
from the scope's sweep circuitry.  The input connector is a 50-ohm GR-874.
The Type N was followed by the [[661]] a year later and discontinued in 1964.
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The Type N was introduced in 1960, followed by the [[661]] a year later, and discontinued in 1964.
  
  

Revision as of 17:29, 21 September 2010

The Tektronix Type N is a sampling plug-in introduced in 1960 for 500-series scopes. It was the first sampler produced by Tektronix. The risetime is specified to be under 600 picoseconds. The Type N is a complete sampling subsystem, using the 500-series oscilloscope just as a power supply and a display. The oscilloscope is operated in X-Y mode and gets its horizontal signal from the Type N plug-in instead of from the scope's sweep circuitry. The input connector is a 50-ohm GR-874. The Type N was introduced in 1960, followed by the 661 a year later, and discontinued in 1964.


The manual (without schematics) is here:

The schematics are here:

Factory Calibration procedure: