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op-amp gain-bandwidth product is 15MHz, and open-loop DC gain is 2500.
 
op-amp gain-bandwidth product is 15MHz, and open-loop DC gain is 2500.
  
Type O was introduced in mid-1962 and it was
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Type O was [[introduced in 1962|introduced in mid-1962]] and it was
 
"in at the finish", available right up to the discontinuance of the entire classic plugin scope line in 1974.
 
"in at the finish", available right up to the discontinuance of the entire classic plugin scope line in 1974.
  

Revision as of 18:19, 30 September 2010

The 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. 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.

Regular signal bandwidth is 25MHz, maximum sensitivity is 50mV/div, op-amp gain-bandwidth product is 15MHz, and open-loop DC gain is 2500.

Type O was introduced in mid-1962 and it was "in at the finish", available right up to the discontinuance of the entire classic plugin scope line in 1974.