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USB Oscilloscope with Signal generator [Project]
posted June 11 2014 10:16.55 by spic0m




This instructable is about an easy and cheap USB Oscilloscope.

Specifications:
Price: ~20$
Frequency: 2-20000HZ
Resolution: 16 Bit
Voltage range: +-7V / with probe +-70V
Channels: 2
X-Y Mode
Signal generator: Sine, Square, Triangular and Sawtooth 0-20000Hz


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