drkir...@kirkbymicrowave.co.uk said:
> I think people learn more with old test equipment.  I know someone who has a
> 1 GHz LeCroy scope,  as well as a high end Agilent, but can't seem to
> measure the simplest of signals, that I could easily measure with a 50 year
> old scope. 

With modern scopes, you just push the button.  1/2 :), but the one on my 
Rigol scope is labeled "Auto".

Many years ago, my boss used to use a scope when interviewing technicians: 
scramble the knobs, then watch how they sort things out.

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