Oscilloscope Graph

Troubleshoot Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Problems with an Oscilloscope

Published: 8th June 2021

Troubleshooting ESD problems can be challenging, especially when you are trying to ship your design. Using a high bandwidth oscilloscope, such as the 4, 5 or 6 Series MSO, along with near field probes and an ESD simulator can help you find the path of ESD currents.

Download the application note troubleshooting ESD problems below:

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Content Source: Troubleshoot ESD | Tektronix

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