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Oscilloscope

An oscilloscope, previously called an oscillograph, and informally known as a scope or o-scope, CRO (for cathode-ray oscilloscope), or DSO (for the more modern digital storage oscilloscope), is a type of electronic test instrument that graphically displays varying signal voltages, usually as a two-dimensional plot of one or more signals as a function of time. Other signals (such as sound or vibration) can be converted to voltages and displayed. Oscilloscopes display the change of an electrical signal over time, with voltage and time as the Y- and X-axes, respectively, on a calibrated scale. The waveform can then be analyzed for properties such as amplitude, frequency, rise time, time interval, distortion, and others. Modern digital instruments may calculate and display these properties directly. Originally, calculation of these values required manually measuring the waveform against the scales built into the screen of the instrument

Arduino Nano 20KHz pocket sized Digital Oscilloscope

“A difficult code with a try to display waveform on a small screen with precisions. Volts-time, frequency, duty cycle and divisions. Previously, I posted a tutorial on Raspberry Pi-Pico Oscilloscope. And that was a great success. Keeping portable options in …

Parts-Bin Oscilloscope

“Introduction The story is simple. I decided my electronics learning journey had reached a point where an oscilloscope would be a useful tool to have. However, I’m not sure how long this electronics hobby will last and so I …

Yet Another Virtual Oscilloscope for Arduino

“Turn your Arduino into a virtual oscilloscope with a sampling rate of 4.8 kHz This project uses the on-chip ADC to capture and visualize a signal waveform. It supports different trigger modes (including external triggering), allows the user to …

Project  Scoppy

Scoppy

“Scoppy is an oscilloscope and logic analyzer powered by your Android phone/tablet and Raspberry Pi Pico. Signals are measured by the Pico and the waveforms are displayed on the Android device. No programming is required and both the app …

Mini Oscilloscope using ATmega328p

“It’s a handy little gadget that draws charts automatically using signals you feed into it from the probes hooked up to an electronic circuit. Overview You’ve almost certainly drawn charts in school. Many of them show how a …

nRF5340 Oscilloscope Band

“Measure and Analyse Voltages on the Go with nRF5340 Almost all Hobbyist and Makers dream about owning a Oscilloscope but due to huge prices we could not afford it. So why not make your own? I have created a Hand …

DIY 10Hz-50kHz Arduino Oscilloscope on 128x64 LCD Display

“This project describes a way to make a simple oscilloscope that has a range from 10Hz to 50Khz. This is an extremely large range, given that the device does not use an external digital to analog converter chip, but only …

Make Your Own Oscilloscope(Mini DSO) With STC MCU Easily

“This is a simple oscilloscope made with STC MCU. You can use this Mini DSO to observe waveform. Time Interval: 100us-500ms Voltage Range: 0-30V Draw Mode: Vector or Dots.”

Best Oscilloscope Arduino

“Oscilloscope made using the Arduino and OLED 0.96 “display i2c. The oscilloscope has 4 buttons: the first is used to switch between options, the next two are used to change the value smaller / larger, the fourth button freezes the …

60MHz Bandwidth 250Msps Probe-Scope

“The Probe-Scope is an open source 60MHz 250Msps oscilloscope probe with all guts built right in, that plugs directly into your PC via USB The Probe-Scope is a 60MHz Bandwidth, 250Msps Open Source oscilloscope, in the form factor of a …