[KwartzLab] An Open-Source Oscilloscope!
james at jamesbastow.com
Thu Jun 7 19:18:05 EDT 2012
Dangerous Prototypes has the Open Bench Logic
Shrimp Logic Analyzer<http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Logic_Shrimp_logic_analyzer>,
both open source hardware.
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 7:08 PM, Jeff Schmidt <digitalfalcon at rogers.com>wrote:
> Sounds great! I'd be interested in a logic analyzer, too.
> - Jeff
> Sent from my iPod
> On Jun 7, 2012, at 6:34 PM, Michael Dunn <md at cantares.on.ca> wrote:
> > I'm hoping some of you might be interested in an open-source HW/SW
> project I've proposed - a professional performance oscilloscope!
> > Discussion and definition has started here:
> > http://www.scopejunction.com/author.asp?section_id=1835&doc_id=244888
> > I know... There are tons of scopes out there, from toy on up. But this
> will be unique:
> > - High-performance (e.g., 500MHz, 1-2GS/s, ~128MS buffer)
> > - Fast-acquisition mode (some $20K+ scopes don't have this; no cheap
> ones do)
> > - Modular input design using daughtercards
> > - Advanced triggers
> > - High-res at lower sampling rates
> > - Logic inputs
> > - Signal gen output, also enabling TDR, VNA?, basic swept measurements...
> > We're aiming for a baseboard cost of maybe $400. Each input module (if
> high speed) will be about the same.
> > And being open-source, there's no limit to the advanced analysis
> software we can write for this. Coooooool.
> > Michael
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