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Low-Cost PC Oscilloscope for Hobbyist

March 20, 2013 By: admin Category: Measurement, Software, USB No Comments →

This project shows you how to build simple and inexpensive PC-based Oscilloscope that has sufficient feature for hobbyist and student. Built based on Picaxe 28X1, the scope measure frequency up to 150 kHz (better than soundcard oscilloscope). It has digital sample rate 1 MHz (1 million samples per second) and maximum voltage range is -15 […]

All in One Instrument, COMA+

June 13, 2011 By: admin Category: Digital, Measurement, Miscellaneous, PIC, Project, Tools No Comments →

COMA+ is PIC32-based instrument that can be used as calculator, oscilloscope, multimeter, analyzer and more. Ganzziani, project designer, said that one important goal project is to make the instrument low cost, so the capabilities of the PIC32 are being maximized. Since the device is going to be handheld, the power consumption needs to be minimized […]

Digital GLCD Oscilloscope

March 17, 2010 By: admin Category: AVR, Display, Measurement, Project, Tools No Comments →

This portable Oscilloscope project uses Graphical LCD screen, 64*128 pixel dots (GDM12864A with KS0108 processor or other compatible) as display and Microcontroller ATMEGA32 as the processor. The project used an external ADC0820 converter chip to increase the speed.

PIC Minimalist Oscilloscope 08M Project

August 30, 2009 By: admin Category: Digital, Measurement, Microcontroller, PIC, Project No Comments →

This Minimalist Oscilloscope project built using Nokia 5165 LCD and PicAxe 08M microcontroller. The scope will wait for a trigger at half the peak to peak of the signal on the rising-edge, takes 42 measurements of that signal, store it internally and display results on LCD screen.