USB oscilloscope

Shawn Rutledge shawn.t.rutledge at
Mon May 5 08:10:06 CEST 2008

On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 7:41 PM, Lally Singh <lally.singh at> wrote:
> Not my cup of tea, but maybe someone else on this list cares?
>  It's a usb Oscilliscope, $170.  I sent an email asking about getting

Sample rate up to 200KHz for the scope (8MHz for logic analyzer).  USB
scopes always seem to be lousy that way.  If they'd just put a lot of
memory onboard and use the USB for viewing rather than real-time
recording, it could be a lot better.

>  specs for a port.  It'd make a cool little field tool for those who
>  worry about such things.
>  While I have the hardware people's attention, what uses does the debug
>  board have?  I figure it'll test pin connections, etc., but is there
>  any use for it for those who don't plan to directly modify the board?
>  I might add something onto the I2C bus later, but that's a separate
>  device.

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