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Make your own 200 Msa/s MS Oscilloscope with the Intel Edison
posted January 14 2015 20:43.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This powerful platform is getting more and more popular. It is not the cheapest platform (as a matter of fact it is kinda pricey) but it is ridiculously powerful. Tnkrmnz decided to make his own Mixed Signal Oscilloscope using this sweetie, and participate at the Intel IoT roadshow hackathon in NYC. By that time the project was half done, but when he finished it he uploaded it at instructables for all of us!

Edison-Scope, is an Intel Edison controlled 200 Msa/S mixed signal oscilloscope. It provides an Operating System agnostic method to control the MSO-28 oscilloscope. By leveraging the web browser on the modern smart devices, one can control USB based hardware traditionally requires a desktop OS. Conceptually this project is very similar to the PiMSO project, but the similarity exist only on the client side. The server side was rewritten using Node.js. Node.js provided a more device independent solution to the server side of the WebMSO project.


Follow this link to see the make-page

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