A fully integrated Test bench based on Virtual Instruments – mixed signal oscilloscope, logic analyzer, spectrum analyzer and waveform generator using BitScope connected via USB or Ethernet to the now very popular Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi BitScope
Regardless of which BitScope you choose, the new BitScope Library is also available making it easy to create your own embedded test, measurement or data acquisition applications using BitScope and Raspberry Pi. Program in C/C++, Python or Pascal using an easy to use programming API.
BitScope Model 10 – World’s Smallest Mixed Signal PC Based USB Oscilloscope!
BitScope Pocket Analyzer. It’s a problem solver that fits in the palm of your hand. Perfect for designing, prototyping and debugging!
It has 100 MHz bandwidth, up to 40 MSps logic, simultaneous waveform and clock generation and offers serial control of connected devices. It’s the ideal tool for prototyping analog electronics projects, digital and logic circuits or Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other microcontroller based systems with busses, sensors, servos and I/O.
Ronald Dekker’s Nixie Tube Projects and Software. He has many interesting projects like “Mixed-Signal” LED clock, The µTracer, a miniature tube curve tracer. A Tiny 80(C)31 Basic Board.
Electronic Projects of Ronald
(Image Below Colored and Enhanced by me- ananth delabs)
NIXIE II A Talking NIXIE Alarm Clock! This Nixie Alarm clock will wake you up with a personal wake-up message or sound. A “wav” file stored in EPROM is played using only a few counters and a DA converter.
The µSCOPE – A poormans OscilloScope
“These days this obviously can be done much simpler. The present generation of micro controllers is so powerful that such a videoscope concept can be realized almost completely in software. Recently I obtained a sample of the 12f675. On examination of the datasheet of this small 8 pins micro controller from Microchip, it appeared that the small package contained all the components of a miniature videoscope. In short the µSCOPE project was born, with as main objective the challenge of implementing such a relatively complex task in this small micro controller. The result summarized on this web page is a fully functional (memory)scope that samples the analogue input signal and subsequently displays it on a normal TV”