What is aliasing and how do I detect it and fix it on my oscilloscope?
Aliasing is basically a form of under sampling and what is displayed on the scopes is an indistinguishable waveform. The under sampled waveform is then contstructed to look like a slower frequency waveform or a flat line in the case of the sample rate being the same as the frequency of your signal. This video will help you understand what aliasing looks like, and how to fix it.
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