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Thank you very much but the only thing i cant find is the maximum frequency itcan mesureYou didn't look under the rug:
feed it a square wave and get the rise time 10% to 90%. https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/te...p-between-rise-time-bandwidth-digital-signal/
Thank you very muchThe sm is in Russian and not russian characters, so google translate won't help. My guess is 20 MHz.
Bandwidth is usually the -3db point or when the signal is down 0.707 or 70.7% Usable bandwidth is generally higher, but the amplitude would be off.
I asked the previous owner he sad that it's around 20Mhz but thankyou for the replyThe reason why I said 20, is that I looked at the service manual and even though I don't know Russian, I was looking for numbers and therefore 20 stood out. Not sure what page it was.
Something like this: https://convertio.co/ocr/russian/ might work first.
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