What P is the time taken to complete one waveform. What F is the number of waveforms produced in one second. What P is a voltage measurement from one extreme of the amplitude to another. What T is measured by the x-axis of the scope display. What T is required to capture free running signals. What W is selected using the function generator. What H is the unit of frequency. What C should take place before you connect a signal from the function generator. What D is a type of scope with an "AUTOSET" facility. What M is one thousandth of a second. What M is one millionth of a second. What S is common calibration signal. What C allows a scope to display not just one but two signals. What B is connected to the channel so that a 4mm lead can be used. What D is the oscilloscope screen divided into. What P supplies Vrms voltage. What A comes out of the mains socket. What F is the UK mains frequency. What I controls the brightness of the oscilloscope. What F control may be adjusted to produce a clear signal.
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