April 8, 2011 AT 4:03 pm

Oscilloscope Video Monitor

Using a simple circuit described at http://tubetime.us/?p=96, you can actually watch NTSC video on any oscilloscope that has a Z-axis input. I’m using a Tek 465M but even a cheap knockoff brand analog scope will work. You could try it with a digital scope but you’ll soon learn that this is one area where old school analog works better…

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