Good day all. I have a Tektroniks 466 scope, a Wavetek 164 sweep generator, and a Dynatek Navada 628 pulse/function generator. To see if the scope was functioning properly, I put in a 1Khz sine wave from either generator, and the sine wave on the scope is shall I say-distorted? My camera isnt working right now. Sorry. The wave goes like this:If you start at max.negative and going positive, the trace is linier to you get to about a half a gratical from zero,then the trace makes sort of a bend towards the right of the screen then just before zero, it makes a bend back upwards, threw zero and linier to positive max,turns nicely linier towards zero, and about a half gratical before zero, it bends towards the right of the scope,then bends back towards zero, and linier to max, negative, and repaets this way. I read that it could posibale be two signals that were mixed d and the wave is the resolant, or it could be reactance and resisance versus frequency. I do have a copy of:the 44th edition:1967-The radio amatuers handbook, and on page 52,it has a graph of this reactance and resistance versus frequency. On the left of the gragh,starting in the negative and going positive,it has this, shall we say:dog leg I'm seeing on my scope. I doesnt matter which generator the 1Khz signal comes from,the sine wave still has the same:dogleg. I cant believe two differant generators would produce the same result like this. Sorry to be so long winded, I'll get the camera fixed. Thank you very much for your patience.