Logic Analyzer - oscilloscope
Following my problem on CCD line scan, I was wondering how an oscilloscope could help me.
Where I'm not clear is : does that meet my need ? would I need instead ot with it a logic analyzer ?
For the logic analyzer there is
Have a look at this one:
I got one and I am happy with it. Not a pro-tool but I find it sufficient for Arduino/breadboard projects. It combines both analogue scope with logic analysis and signal generator with an arbitrary waveform generator.
Looks like a pretty good multi-device tool.. Any information on it's accuracy?
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I ordered and received the following parts to build my own oscilloscope using an Arduino.
I have never used one before so I am learning, and I can always use the arduino and touch screen for other projects like the
Scene Controller [Preview] here.
@lininger This one is impressive ! In fact I restated my search for a logic debugger, for I need to analyse the logic of the clock signal that is more digital than analogic...
I'll go for a saelae clone to see how it works for me to start with, I saw another that seemed good, but it lacks support on its software...
No specifics, but it seem quite enough on breadboard-level development.
But for analog-stuff it will never compete with a proper scope, given the type of interconnects. But to measure noise on power rails and such I find it perfectly adequate.
And the logic part works just fine, analyzing SPI traffic (which is the only test I made so far). The only thing I have noticed is that it seem a bit clunky for analyzing longer digital runs. It does have multiple buffers it uses, but I am yet to learn how to make optimum use of them.
Thanks for the info. I think had I known about it before buying the DSO (Twintex TSO1202), I would have picked this up as the price was exactly the same. (I got a deal on the TSO1202)
Well, I am considering a TSO1202 in addition to that one. At some time. Looks at least on visual inspection like good value.