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I didn't think the answer would be yes. But I can't afford a 100 mhz oscilloscope. Any alternative to accurately measure the ac output of a rf impedance bridge? The frequency is 100 mhz, I don't think it is in the audio tange.
No, it's certainly not in the audio range. It's at about a factor of 10,000 away...
And please, if you mean Megahertz, then use "MHz", with a capital "M"
Because a lower case "m" means "milli"
And "Hz" is the unit for frequency...with a capital "H".
Repeatedly I recommend to start with basics.
My interest in electronics started abou4t 30 years ago. First as hobby, then for several years I went to school to go deepein in ekectronics, mathematics, physics. Worked in many areas of electronics, from production, assembling, developing, testing electronics.
HF never was my favourite, but I had to learn HF PCB design and all around EMI, EMC.
But still I call my HF knowledge just "rudimentaty".
What I want to say: Take your time. Start with basics. Again: Start with basics. Do courses. Random ideas don't result in progress.
Don't expect to be finished with learning within a couple of months. For sure - if you focus on HF - it won't take 30 years...
I'm still learning, that's why I'm a member of this forum.