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2002\09\08@032207 by Robert Wade

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I am looking for a oscilloscope that I can use via my computer. Would anyone
recommend one. This is mainly so I can look at things going on within my PIC
systems projects.

Thanks

Rob

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2002\09\08@043553 by Domien

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the one of velleman is really great


http://www.velleman.be



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2002\09\08@103253 by Chris Eddy

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I have an ISA bus scope card from GAGE, but am not sure about the
drivers for it. It says Compuscope Lite on it, and part number 0032026,
although this might be the blank board part number. It has three inputs,
BNC. CH A, CH B, and EXT.

Is it a good start? We could trade something.

Chris~

Robert Wade wrote:
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> I am looking for a oscilloscope that I can use via my computer. Would anyone
> recommend one. This is mainly so I can look at things going on within my PIC
> systems projects.
>
> Thanks
>
> Rob

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2002\09\08@105333 by Scott Dattalo

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On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Robert Wade wrote:

> I am looking for a oscilloscope that I can use via my computer. Would anyone
> recommend one. This is mainly so I can look at things going on within my PIC
> systems projects.

Rob,

I was just looking at the Bitscope:

http://www.bitscope.com/

I'd be interested in hearing what others have to say about this. But for
~$400 you get two analog and 8 digital channels. Compared to a $5K
HP546xxD series MSO, this is quite a bargain!

Scott

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2002\09\08@105747 by Nelson Hochberg

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I was looking at this just before I received your post:
http://www.bitscope.com/
Looks fascinating.

Another source:
http://www.hobbytron.net/oscopesub.html


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2002\09\08@123215 by Domien

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I have some collegue graduation students electronics who have the bitscope
and they are not very pleased of it, they had some problems to install the
software, and the soldering wasn't easy neither, they complaint about the
manual


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2002\09\08@163159 by rusque (Listas)

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Hello Robert, Scott and Domien,

   I've bought and built the BitScope. The hardware is wonderfull and I've
found it easy to mount. You can buy one "built and tested" if you want.

   The sad thing is that there's no "wonderfull" software for it yet. The
Scopal is good but not perfect. The guys at BitScope are promising a fine
"DSO software" and some goodies like the "Bitscope Network Interface
Adaptor" but the website was updated last time at 2002-05-31.

   The good news is that John Pavlick would be releasing his "VBScope SE"
soon. It seens impressive.

   As it's an open project, you can write an app for it if you can expend
some time.

   Best regards,

   Brusque

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2002\09\08@185012 by Bob Barr

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On Sun, 8 Sep 2002 10:25:19 +0200, Domien <TakeThisOuTDomienEraseMEspamspam_OUTPI.BE> wrote:

>the one of velleman is really great
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>http://www.velleman.be
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Velleman certainly has a wide assortment of products but it seems that
a great many of them (if not most) are listed as: "Not available in
the following countries: U.S.A".
Is there some complication with U.S. import laws or EU export laws
that would cause this to be the case?


Regards, Bob

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2002\09\08@213236 by fred jones

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It seemed to me that the products listed not for USA had adapters with them
and I assumed they were probably for 220V and not suitable.  The same scope
offered exactly the same without the adapter did not restrict sales to the
US.

Look at this one:

http://www.web-tronics.com/pcbas20digst.html

If I had the money to spend, I'd give this one a shot.  I need something I
can use on a boat and I think it would be great to use with my laptop since
its powered off of the USB port.  If anyone has used one I'd like to hear
what you think.


Here is a really neat unit I have that works very well that you can download
to your PC.  It is based on the gameboy.  Even does FFT.
http://www.elektor-electronics.co.uk/actions/gameboy.htm

Good Luck


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2002\09\09@030944 by Vasile Surducan

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A poor student will always complain about something... ;-)
A good student will design his own digital scope...


http://www.chocbar.demon.co.uk/
http://www.bitscope.com
http://web.rol.ro/bitscope/
members.nbci.com/davidjones/dsoa_mk3.htm
members.ozemail.com.au/~dljones/files/dsoamk3.txt
http://www.ee.washington.edu/conselec/CE/sp95reports/guterman/final/scope1.htm

regards,
Vasile
http://www.geocities.com/vsurducan


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2002\09\22@215855 by Howard Winter

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Robert,

On Sun, 8 Sep 2002 03:11:14 -0400, Robert Wade wrote:

> I am looking for a oscilloscope that I can use via my computer. Would anyone
> recommend one. This is mainly so I can look at things going on within my PIC
> systems projects.

Have you looked at the products from Pico Technology, in Cambridge, England?

Their web site: http://www.picotech.com/

Shows their stuff, starting at a simple single-channel device, 0 to 5V input, 8-bit resolution, 20K
samples/sec up to an amazing 5G samples/sec, 12 bit resolution, two-channel!  The software will show the data
either as as a 'scope or as a "voltmeter", it will log readings at any given interval and for as long as you
specify.  There is spectrum analysis software too.

I use their little "Dr.Daq" device (which is really for teaching) to record the temperatures of my hot water
tank and the outflow pipe, to see (for example) how long it takes to get up to temperature after it's cooled
down.  It shows beautifully on the graph that this plots!

Cheers,

Howard Winter
St.ALbans, England

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