|Subject:||[Paparazzi-devel] BitScope USB Oscilloscope|
|Date:||Tue, 28 Aug 2007 15:55:05 -0700|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 (Windows/20070728)|
Does anyone have any experience or reasons to purchase or not purchase a USB "BitScope" oscilloscope? I have been following this companies line for a few years and the specs are getting better and better. Here is a basic excerpt from one of their most basic models:
"BS310 combines a dual channel digital storage oscilloscope and 8 channel logic analyzer with an arbitrary waveform generator, real-time spectrum analyzer and data recorder in a virtually indestructable package."
* 100 MHz Analog Bandwidth Scope.
* 40MS/s Logic Analyzer, 25nS capture.
* Dual Analog Channels (4 inputs via BNC & POD).
* 8 logic/timing channels and Smart POD.
* Arbitrary Waveform Generator.
* Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer.
* Mixed Signal Data Recorder.
* Networkable (BS310N).
* User Programmable.
These cost < $500 and harness the speeds of USB 2.0 and the storage and display capabilities of modern PCs so I cannot see a reason why I should not be buying one of these as opposed to $1,500-10,000 for its standalone equivalent.
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