An android virtual instrument – OsciPrime is an Open Source Android high speed data acquisition hardware platform and Android oscilloscope application.
Open Source Android Oscilloscope
Using USB, the hardware plugs into Android devices that support USB Host. Together with the OsciPrime Android oscilloscope application it turns a tablet or mobile phone into a high speed data acquisition system.
OsciPrime Oscilloscope Android App
- 2x Analogue Input @ 8bit/6Msps
- 5 analogue gain levels
- 3.3 MHz – 8.0 MHz Bandwidth (gain dependant)
- 16 V Max Input Voltage
- 880 mW Power Consumption
- Designed for 10x Probes
The Android App Instrument Performance and Controls Include
Controls -V-Offset, Time-Offset, Calibration; Trigger Controls Falling/Rising and Edge, You can Measure Voltage, Freq and Period.
- Range +/- 1.5 V up to +/- 16 V
- 5 us/Div max – 1 ms/Div min
- Processing 400’000 samples per second
History and accomplishments of the General Radio Company, one of America’s first equipment manufacturers for the radio and electronics industry.
General Radio Historical Society
Founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1915, GR provided the tools and instruments that allowed the electronics industry to burgeon into today’s giant that fills our lives with radio, TV, computers, cell phones, DVDs and all the other electronic products in our homes, businesses and automobiles.
General Radio Experimenter
This pioneer publication first appeared in June 1926 and became the model for many others to follow (most notably the HP Journal). It began with engineers talking to radio amateur customers and gradually changed to engineers talking to other engineers, who might also be customers.
GenRad 1863 Megohmmeter
The GenRad 1863 Megohmmeter is the choice for production and inspection tests on devices with resistances up to 20 Tohms.
Read more at my EEMetric Genrad Wiki Stub
Since its founding in 1988, Circuit Cellar has delivered exactly what its paying subscribers demand-intensive, exploratory articles about hardware and software methods for embedded-control systems.
Circuit Cellar – The Magazine for Computer Applications
Circuit Cellar Ink, the best magazine devoted to hardware and embedded computer development, or “What’s Inside the Box”.
Index to Circuit Cellar Ink – Dave Tweed
“By joining forces with Elektor International Media in 2009, we’ve taken the meaning of “global contest” to new levels. Engineers hail from the U.S., Germany, Netherlands, France, Spain, India, and more, to see who has the most skill and ingenuity to take their design ideas from an innovative concept to a winning solution!”
“The Portable Power Quality Meter uses an RL78 MCU to read power factor, total harmonic distortion, line frequency, voltage, and electrical consumption information and stores the data for analysis.”
Portable Power Quality Meter
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