Which DSO to choose !
Mike Mansheim email (remove spam text)
> I bought an HP 54622D (DSO) last year and it has REALLY worked out well
> for me. It has 2 channels of analog (100 MHz) and 16 channels of
> digital, can trigger on I2C, as well as other methods, is fairly small,
> has a floppy or can connect to a PC for remote control, etc. Great for
> PIC work...
I would like to enthusiastically second the recommendation of this scope.
The 16 digital channels to go with the 2 analog channels increases the
usefulness tremendously (and I've never used all 16 channels - just
being able to show 4 or so digital signals along with the a/d inputs is
extremely useful). Plus the ability to trigger on i2c has already
also proven useful.
I don't know what the scopes originally mentioned cost - we paid approx.
$4500 for the 54622D.
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