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Vilnius: Oscilloscope Capital of Eastern Europe

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jasiojasiojasio
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Very old scope
jasiojasiojasio   2/22/2014 9:55:48 AM
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I know of no advanced scopes from Soviet soil.

Hungary,Poland, East Germany developed and manufactured pretty nice scopes in 70s and also 1 GHz sampling copes.

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Nice work!
_hm   2/16/2014 9:52:05 AM
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That is wonderful work. Like to read more stories like this. Can they make some low cost oscilloscopes for mass market?

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