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Kinnar
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Very good tweak of oscilloscope
Kinnar   12/25/2013 2:36:33 PM
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This is really a very good use of old oscilloscope (If you still have working old oscilloscope!!!). The webpage explains it in a very nice manner along with the required firmware for a specific oscilloscope model and brand listed. Yes if more people will contribute the will of supporting models will go on increasing!!

betajet
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Heathkit coming back?
betajet   12/23/2013 5:18:06 PM
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Amazing!  Heathkit coming back is hard to believe, but I'll certainly be interested in hearing more.  I'm wondering what products in kit form can possibly compete with mass-produced electronics?

Hmm, I just thought of one... electric vehicle kits and retrofits.  This kind of gets back to Heath's original product: an aeroplane in kit form.

Susan Rambo
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Old oscilloscopes
Susan Rambo   7/17/2013 12:27:39 PM
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Sounds like a good project to do with kids, but once it's done, you have a big clunky clock. Maybe the oscilloscope is more interesting as an oscilloscope than a clock. But again it's not about the final product....

JanineLove
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Lissajous figures
JanineLove   7/17/2013 10:52:36 AM
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Inspired by this article, Bill Schweber waxes nostalgic about Lissajous figures in his column/blog on EDN.

Daniel.Miller_#3
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good article
Daniel.Miller_#3   7/12/2013 11:43:39 AM
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Nice.  Is the source code available?



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