Does it make any sense to develop 4 channels oscilloscope RPi HAT?

Poll ended at Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:25 pm

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Oscilloscope with the Raspberry Pi software

Fri Nov 02, 2018 8:25 pm

Hi,

{A bit of self promotion} I have created a simple 2 channels oscilloscope, function generator and Serial <> USB converter.

OSCILLOSCOPE:
  • 2 Channels
  • Two channels -16.5V ÷ 16.5V
  • 18MSPS max real real sampling rate
  • Support of 12, 8 and 6 bits resolution.
  • 12bits mode: sample rates are: single channel 5.14MSPS, two channels: 5.14MSPS per channel (total 10.28MSPS),
  • 8bits mode: sample rates are: single channel 7.2MSPS, two channels: 7.2MSPS per channel (total 14.4MSPS),
  • 6bits mode: only single channel superfast mode 18MSPS
  • Fast mode (8bits resolution) – 14.4MSPS
  • Super Fast mode (6bits resolution) – 18MSPS
  • 6MHz analog bandwidth
  • XY – display mode
  • FFT Spectrum Analyser
  • 32KB Samples memory (16K 12bits samples)
  • Hardware & software triggers
  • HOLD – display freeze
  • Single shot trigger mode
  • 4 Ranges ±300mV, ±1V, ±5v, ±16.5V (can be extended by using a 10:1 probe)
  • Timebase 0.2µs – 500s / division
  • DC/AC Coupling
  • USB mode
Function Generator:
  • 1 Channel
  • 12 bits resolution
  • up to 5MSPS (depending on the output circuit)
  • 8 predefined waveforms
  • Built-in math equation functions
  • Waveform summing and combining capability
Serial <> USB Converter
  • 3.3V, 5V tolerant
  • Speed up to 1MBPS
  • Any serial terminal software supported
  • Built in Terminal
  • No separate dongle needed anymore
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https://www.diymat.co.uk/wp-content/upl ... 0/osc1.jpg

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