Updated miniscope oscilloscope release

Posted on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 in Bus Pirate, oscilloscope, software by Ian

miniscope turns your Bus Pirate into a low speed oscilloscope. A new version is available that supports slope trigger and continuous sampling modes.

The developer made a convenient Bus Pirate miniscope download with just the essentials (7-zip format). We started a miniscope wiki page with basic setup details, please add your notes.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Updated miniscope oscilloscope release”

  1. SA5BKE says:

    Interesting. What would the limitations be? Bandwidth, voltage etc?

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