Heya Everyone Ok so my question may seem a little silly but nevertheless I will ask. I need to know what you experienced engineers think about it. I have a series LC circuit (on breadboard) - connected to a function generator ( 2V p-p, 1kHz) - I will connect an oscilloscope across the inductor - Is there a way to see the change in frequency with time on oscilloscope screen [Given that frequency of the inductor WILL change due to some external factor ] ????? So on y-axis I would like to see the frequency across the inductor and on x-axis the time. Is it possible to do so? I know I can see the voltage across the inductor and then MANUALLY compute the frequency across it, or some oscilloscope show the frequency in a tiny box on the right side of the screen. But what I want is a real time frequency vs time graph. So if the frequency is the same for 10 sec-> I get a straight line in my graph for 10 sec. Is it possible to do so??? So far I don't have any equipments in my lab, so all my ideas are in my head. There is no way to test what I feel will work or not. Any Ideas/suggestion???