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The Type O also has a regular signal input that does not involve the op-amps.   
 
The Type O also has a regular signal input that does not involve the op-amps.   
 
A mode switch selects which op-amp's output will be displayed, or the regular signal input.
 
A mode switch selects which op-amp's output will be displayed, or the regular signal input.
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Type O was introduced in mid-1962.
  
 
* http://bama.edebris.com/manuals/tek/o/
 
* http://bama.edebris.com/manuals/tek/o/

Revision as of 18:50, 17 September 2010

They Type O is a letter-series plug-in that contains two op-amps. The input and feedback networks of the op-amps can be configured from the front panel using knobs and/or user-supplied components. There are sockets on the front panel for banana plugs. The Type O also has a regular signal input that does not involve the op-amps. A mode switch selects which op-amp's output will be displayed, or the regular signal input.

Type O was introduced in mid-1962.