I'm Newton E. [Newt] Ball. I'm an 84 year old engineer, and inventor. Among my specialties are energy conversion, and switching power circuits. I am in the act of checking out a new circuit at [SSL] Space Sciences Lab, UC Berkeley. The circuit drives the grid of the Faraday cup experiment, on the Solar Probe Plus mission to the sun. The circuit is a video amplifier with 10KV p-p output swing.
SSL has just bought me a PicoScope 3000. It was very easy for me to start using it. My question is: Have there been any X vs Y presentations of data on Pico scopes? and, if so, how can I learn about them?