Liked maryyugo’s post in the thread Demonstration of the E-Cat QX - 24 November - Summary thread.Like (Post)sifferkoll
What do you mean "market"? LOL. Wish SOMEBODY would pay me for it.
And of course, my view of Rossi and his garbage devices is hardly an opinion without basis. It is consistent with essentially everything the man has said and done for…
Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Demonstration of the E-Cat QX - 24 November - Summary thread.Like (Post)"What is wrong is that you do not have a clue what you are talking about. You have never even been close to it"
But Siffer, you have been close to it. The action I mean. You are more an insider than any others here, yet you never communicate what you…
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You are looking at the wrong page of the manual.
see instead Page 106 of the manual.
I was not referring to trigger coupling over a week ago otherwise I would have specifically said "trigger coupling"
I was talking…
Liked Bruce__H’s post in the thread Demonstration of the E-Cat QX - 24 November - Summary thread.Like (Post)(Quote from Forty-Two)
One can go back even further using the "Original Text" Rossi blog reader at http://rossilivecat.com/all.html
Since April 2011 the spelling "Stockolm" has appeared in 37 separate posts in Rossi's blog; 23 of these are posted…
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Please see my post #417 Questioning Scope coupling on page 14
ALL DSOs display only the AC component of a signal when in AC coupling mode.
When in DC coupling mode, they display the combined AC and DC signal.
This is about input…
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But, but. but .....................
according to you One of many demos
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Page 14 post # Post 417
To "hide" ANY voltage other than AC from the scope display, simply put the channel into AC coupling mode.
One button on the DSO. Simple. Anyone who has ever used an oscilloscope knows this.
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I'm afraid it is even simpler than that.
All Digital Oscilloscopes (including the Techtronix TBS model used in the "demo"), have a simple button to select between AC and DC coupling.
Tektronix TBS user manual page 98.
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Seems from 6:52 to 19:30 in the video presentation, they mis-spelled
the word "demo" in the phrase "demo protocol".
In fact, they only got one letter right.
The "e" after the "T" and before "st".