MSP430 Launchpad oscilloscope

Posted on Monday, December 27th, 2010 in code, MSP430, oscilloscope by the machinegeek

NJC’s MSP430 Launchpad blog presents the LaunchScope . Using no additional hardware beyond the Launchpad, this project includes code for both the MSP430 as well as PC client display software written in C#.

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One Response to “MSP430 Launchpad oscilloscope”

  1. NJC says:

    Thank you for the post! Very nicely put for the summary too.

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