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An oscilloscope is often called an o'scope or simply a scope. One discussion of low-cost scopes: Slashdot: Cheap PC Oscilloscopes - Any Recommendations?
Another discussion of low-cost scopes and open-source, open-hardware scopes: Open Circuits wiki: oscilloscope
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Hi, As a newcomer to electronics and microcontrollers, what would be the best type of scope to buy(if indeed it is needed)Analogue or DSO also what would be the minimum frequency I should go for, also are the Picolog PC based scopes suitable for uC projects. Thanks in advance
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