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building a DIY oscilloscope


By MRE - Posted on 20 July 2015

08/29/2015 14:00
Event Type: 
Workshop

Oscilloscopes are among the most indispensable tools for electronics, acting like your eyes in the circuit-world.
Unfortunately, a real professional grade instrument is often too expensive to justify for the individual maker, hacker, tech-jockey, etc. At the same most Do-It-Yourself (DIY™) scopes are limited at best.
In this workshop we will build a 2-channel digital capture oscilloscope. This fully featured design pushes the limits to obtain a small-signal analog bandwidth of 12/6/7 MHz (for 1/2/5 x gain; effective digital sample rate of up to 20 Mbps). The user side software provides all the common features of a digital storage oscilloscope including spectrum analysis and waveform capture.
The workshop cost includes all parts and materials, minus a case for the finished oscilloscope. I’ve assembled the scope as a kit which we’ll build together after learning about the design and how it works.
 The original workshop contents and instruction will be in English, but I try to also make them available in Japanese.

Note:  The number of kits is limited to 9! Any leftover hardware will be sold as kits at THS. The design files will also be freely available.

Instructors: 
Carl
Pricing
Member Price: 
3500
Non-Member Price: 
4500

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