Best way to accurately measure capacitance w/ osciloscope? Answered
I am sure there are many ways to measure capacitance w/ an oscilloscope, and one of the annoying things is that some capacitors have different capacitance at different voltages and test frequencies. My original idea was to use the RC time constant and a known resistor, but I think this is probably the least accurate way to do this. Would using a sine wave function generator and figuring out capacitive reactance (and capacitance) be the better method? OR what about measuring resonant frequency of a LC tank circuit? Or some other method I have not mentioned? What's the best?