“With this instrument we can now observe the shape of signals with a frequency of up to 500KHz.
An oscilloscope, often referred to as an “scope, ” is a test instrument used to visualize and analyze the waveform of electronic signals. It is an essential tool for engineers, technicians, and researchers working in fields like electronics, telecommunications, physics, and more.
In some of my previous videos I described how to make a digital oscilloscope using Arduino, which has a maximum frequency range of up to 50kHz.
This time I will present you a more advanced oscilloscope with STM32 Microcontroller which has better performances than Arduino and is also cheaper. With this instrument we can now observe the shape of signals with a frequency of up to 500КHz. You can see the original project on (http://rcl-radio.ru/?p=82457) the RCL-Radio site.
Otherwise, STM32 is a 32-bit ARM microcontroller developed by STMicroelectronics, and Arduino Bootloader can be installed on it, and it can be used as a standard Arduino. The Arduino IDE application can be used for writing, compiling, and uploading code to microcontroller board. This time we will not dwell on the method of installation and uploading the code, because we can find many detailed tutorials on the Internet, such as this one.”