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MeasurementBlues
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Re: PC
MeasurementBlues   12/8/2013 10:47:46 AM
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Some bench oscilloscopes do have web servers, but the MSO-28 has only USB. The project basically attaches a web server to the MSO-28.

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Who needs oscilloscope like like Raspberry Pi ?
jasiojasiojasio   12/8/2013 9:30:30 AM
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Laptop is good enough. Nobody controls instruments in the lab through Internet.

I think this a nonsense product. I worked on Automated Testing Systems for 40 years and no nned of such nonsense to me.

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Re: PC
krisi   12/7/2013 9:12:58 PM
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But at the end your control device still needs a keyboard of some sort...unless it will be driven by voice commands

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Re: PC
Rishiyur.Nikhil   12/7/2013 11:37:44 AM
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The Raspberry Pi does not need a keyboard or monitor; it can run "headless", and you can ssh into it to interact with it.  I think the more general point is that once you provide a web interface to anything, you can interact with it from varied clients (PC, handheld, ...), and you can interact remotely.  The oscilloscope could directly provide a web interface, which would obviate the need for this Raspberry Pi intermediary.  Our routers and other appliances already do this; presumably oscilloscopes etc. will do so, soon.

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Why Raspberry Pi was chosen over Beaglebone & others
Sanjib.A   12/7/2013 1:51:06 AM
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"...it works with Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, and all others." Raspberry Pi was the choice...

I would be interested in knowing if there were any particular reasons, why Raspberry Pi was the choice or it was just a choice of convenience.

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Re: Related article
DrFPGA   12/6/2013 12:30:04 PM
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Thanx for the link. Interesting project.

MeasurementBlues
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MeasurementBlues   12/6/2013 12:14:03 PM
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Build a DAQ system for about $30, about using Arduino with a LabVIEW driver.

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Re: PC
krisi   12/6/2013 11:22:05 AM
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OK, got it

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Re: PC
MeasurementBlues   12/6/2013 11:18:13 AM
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@kris, the point is to replace the PC with a tablet or phone.

krisi
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krisi   12/6/2013 11:13:06 AM
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So the point here is to replace PC with Rasberry Pi board, correct? But you need to have a monitor and keyboard to input some info and observe what you are doing. That sounds like you are effectively building a small cutom PC out of the Rasberry Pi being a new motherboard, did I get that right? Kris

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