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Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching at the circuit end. Without it the reflection stays and your oscilloscope can show different voltage than your circuit gets. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.

Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching. Without it the reflection stays and your oscilloscope can show different voltage than your circuit gets. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.

Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching at the circuit end. Without it the reflection stays and your oscilloscope can show different voltage than your circuit gets. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.

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Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching. Without it the ringingreflection stays and your oscilloscope can show different voltage than your circuit gets. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.

Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching. Without it the ringing stays. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.

Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching. Without it the reflection stays and your oscilloscope can show different voltage than your circuit gets. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.

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Put to the input of your oscilloscope a T-BNC connector. Extend the cable to your circuit from it. Have a matched 50 ohm load at the circuit. If needed, add a parallel or serial resistor for proper matching. Without it the ringing stays. You can also have an attenuator at the circuit end of the cable.It gives some insulation between the instruments and your circuit. The signal strength is unsure, if there's poor matching.

I personally try to connect the oscilloscope to the circuit with Hi-Z probes, if it's possible.