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Maker Faire 2013: Tiny Oscilloscopes With OLED Screens

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rick merritt
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Re: Cool tool!! but...
rick merritt   9/26/2013 4:58:53 PM
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...I almost never need to generate a test signal ;-)

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   9/26/2013 4:25:03 PM
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@Susan: A good gift idea for the electrical engineer.

Now you know what to get me for Christmas :-)

Susan Rambo
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Susan Rambo   9/26/2013 2:32:04 PM
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Hi Sanjib. Good point. Maybe it's not as useful but it sure is a fun idea. A good gift idea for the electrical engineer. 

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Caleb Kraft   9/26/2013 2:17:03 PM
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Well, you would certainly get a longer battery life with the phone sized form factor. I would assume that you aren't going to have it in scope mode all the time though so the watch should last much longer. Then again, I don't want to have to charge my watch a couple times a week. 

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Cool tool!! but...
Sanjib.A   9/26/2013 2:04:51 PM
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It is a cool design. I went through the webpage and it might appeal every EE. But does it make a business case?...I don't think so. Why would I need a scope/waveform generator in a watch? Again, talking about the power it takes, "When using the oscilloscope, the battery will last about 12 hours"...does it make sense for it to be in a form of an watch? Why not a pocket oscilloscope in the size of a phone or perhaps using the phone, with better specs & a bit bigger display, with more buttons/nobs? Would it be so difficult to carry if it comes in the size of a mobile phone?

 

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