Our last roundup post featured an article from EDN, a sister site. Here are a couple more.
First, here's another look at RT vs. ET scopes. If you're still a bit uncertain about all the RT/ET/random/sampling terminology, this should help.
Next, EDN takes a look at ENOB (effective number of bits) and how it affects your measurements.
To remember the life and work of analog guru Jim Williams, Kent Lundberg started a blog commenting on every app note Jim wrote at Linear Technology. (What about National, Kent?) This one's just a scopey aside, so you might enjoy continuing to browse the blog.
Jim's LTC workbench was moved whole-hog to the Computer History Museum for a special exhibit. This is one visitor's report.
Wondering if a hi-res (say, 16-bit) scope is for you? Here's some application information from Pico Technology, focusing mainly on distortion measurement.
Want to build an artistic, steampunkish scope for your den? Do people still have dens? Or have they all become media rooms? Enjoy these inspirations.
Check out this open-source project to build a scope around a PIC16 microcontroller.
Here's a quick look at the scope market, focusing on the "ultra performance" end.
And to end on a lighter note, the next time you're instructed to "earth-ground" some equipment, keep this in mind.