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Oscilloscopes For Modern Engineers?

August 3rd, 2010 08:05 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Every few years someone asks this community for advice on oscilloscopes. Reader dawning writes “I’ve just graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering (and did a Comp Sci one while I was at it) and I’m finding myself woefully under-equipped to do some great hardware projects. I’m in major need of a good oscilloscope. I’m willing to put down $2,000 for a decent one, but there are several options and they all seem so archaic and limited. I’m happy to use something that must be controlled through a PC if that gives me more measuring features. What would you, my esteemed Slashdot colleagues, get for yourself?”

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