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Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope
Geoffrey Legg   1/29/2014 7:31:08 PM
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I own two Rigol oscilloscopes and have been using them since 2009.  One of them is a 1052D, which has a 16 channel logic analyzer in addition to the standard oscilloscope functions.  The other one is an 1102CA.  They are very nice scopes and good value for the price.  I especially like the displays, which have very wide viewing angle and can be seen from anywhere in the room.  I use the math functions a lot, particularly the FFT and the differential.  The logic analyzer work snicely, but I have only had to use it once, because we do most digital debugging with FPGA tools.  

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