I'm trying to make a simple microphone circuit using this microphone: http://www.cui.com/product/resource/cma-4544pf-w.pdf
I am connecting a 3V supply to a 2.2k Ohm resistor which then leads to terminal 1 of the microphone. I have terminal 2 of the microphone going to ground. I have terminal 1 of the microphone also connected to a 1uF DC blocking capacitor with the negative terminal of the capacitor being the terminal connected to the microphone.
I am then attempting to use a Tektronix DPO 4034 Oscilloscope to measure the output of the microphone by probing the positive side of the 1uF capacitor which has been left open.
When I do this, the oscilloscope is only showing the ambient static the probe is picking up. The signal on the oscilloscope does no change if the microphone has 3V power or not.
What can I do to be able to measure the output of the microphone?