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I develop IoT, RF remote telemetry, and RF communications devices. A four channel 200 MHz BW scope would be a great help in analyzing modulation wave forms and I/Q IF chains. Currently, my most used test instrument is a cheap 2 channel scope...
An oscilloscope is the most important electronic eyes and the piece of equipment I (and probably many others) use the most. Going from two to four channels will be a great improvement when I get the vintage music equipment to work again.
I am an electronics manager. I studied electronics and then once I finished school I got a bursary to become an electrician. For 13 years I worked as an electrician until I was given the opportunity to start an electronics section in my Company.
1) It will be used to aid the development and test of advanced high-speed gear-shift systems for race motorcycles. 2) My ageing oscilloscope is most used for capturing and measuring ignition cut pulses and gear selector shift times.
My old analogue scope died and needs to be replaced. Now that I'm moving into building DC-DC power supplies and diagnosing I2C and LIN comms, I need a capable scope.
My intention to have the oscilloscope is to use it to analyze and record electrical data from a power source that I am inventing. Currently, the project is a design with few sections tested due to limited resource and collected data.
I am an electronics engineering student, currently half way through my degree, a DSO would be a great addition to my small but growing collection of test equipment.
Hi, I'm entering your RS Pro DSO entry competition. I use a Rigol 2 channel oscilloscope as in attached picture. I have some new 4 layer ARM stm32f7 & DSP adau1467 DSP audio mixer recorder prototype boards I am developing. I need more channels!!
While working with Arduino in the last few years I’ve made some interesting Shields but by far this one is the most useful. With voltages as high as 250 Volts AC powering the Arduino with one cable and an output from a relay capable of 5 Amps output.
Engineering projects are often a story of heartache and joy, relentless perseverance and occasional puff of Magick Smoke. The final product is presented as a fabulous, all singing, all dancing feet of genius. But what about the journey to get there?
In this increasingly contaminated world, even in an office or at home there are annoying substances. This is why I decided to create a small tool to detect the particulate present in the environment where I work and I live.
Plants and trees protector from starving during summer design with Arduino 101 and few sensors like soil temperature, soil moisture, humidity, pressure, etc.