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Designing a homemade PC oscilloscope circuit

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sinatra

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Hello all.
Does anybody arround know about any simple, easy to build osciloscope circuit that can be interfaced to a pc (serial or parallel ports)? A homemade sampling head (not real time) would already be usefull....
My old osciloscope just stoped working and I would like to build something reasonable that could replyce it :D
Thanks to all.
S.
 

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homemade pc oscilloscope

You may want to check bitscope.com
or velleman K7103 .

Mitsuko
 

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pc scope project

Take a look at www.bitscope.com . You´ll find a complete osciloscope, to conect to a PC, with 2 channels at 100MHz. You can download all the project and software for it. And you can also buy some of he parts for it. I never build it but some of the comments over the net are quit good.
 

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velleman k7103

Hi,

I have a Velleman scope with 2 channels not finish the assemby since I got an other one.
If somone is interested ...

hc

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homemade oscilloscope

Yeah, Bitscope sounds good! It is not only an oscilloscope, it is
also a logic analyser and it is a open project. They are still
developing new addon modules and software for Windows and
Linux...
 

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