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Scope

Spanish translation: Osciloscopio

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English term or phrase:Scope (electronics)
Spanish translation:Osciloscopio
Entered by: Juan R. Migoya
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16:18 Dec 5, 2003
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Scope
This is for a Test Procedure for 6-4 GHz Isolation. There is a list of items which refers as follows:
"ITEM
1. RP Generator Main Frame
2. RF Plug-in 6 GHz
3. RF Amplifier, 4/8 GHz
4. ...
5. ...
6. *Scope* Coupler
7. *Scope* Main Frame
8. Detector
9. ... etc.
NICHES
Mexico
Local time: 16:39
osciloscopio
Explanation:
Es usual referirse a osciloscopio como "scope", y trantandose de trabajo con electrónica como sugiere tu contexto, creo que es el caso.

Te cito un ejemplo:

http://www.elexp.com/t_probe.htm
"Here is something you may have experienced: You build a simple digital circuit using flip-flops, like a ripple-counter, and it seems to be working OK. But as soon as you try to look at one of the Q outputs with your *** scope ***, things get funny. You don't see what you expect to see; maybe the counter even stops working. What's going on?"

Bueno, de hecho esa página sólo emplea "scope".

Un saludo.
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Juan R. Migoya
Local time: 23:39
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Mil gracias Juan, como siempre, me ayudan mucho tus respuestas. Te lo agradezco muchisimo.
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osciloscopio


Explanation:
Es usual referirse a osciloscopio como "scope", y trantandose de trabajo con electrónica como sugiere tu contexto, creo que es el caso.

Te cito un ejemplo:

http://www.elexp.com/t_probe.htm
"Here is something you may have experienced: You build a simple digital circuit using flip-flops, like a ripple-counter, and it seems to be working OK. But as soon as you try to look at one of the Q outputs with your *** scope ***, things get funny. You don't see what you expect to see; maybe the counter even stops working. What's going on?"

Bueno, de hecho esa página sólo emplea "scope".

Un saludo.



    Reference: http://www.elexp.com/t_probe.htm
Juan R. Migoya
Local time: 23:39
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 3757
Grading comment
Mil gracias Juan, como siempre, me ayudan mucho tus respuestas. Te lo agradezco muchisimo.
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