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Nuts & Volts Magazine (August 2016)

Low Cost PC Two-Channel Oscilloscope

By Ron Hoffman    View In Digital Edition  

When having intermittent issues with a garage door not working properly, I thought about dragging my bulky Heathkit oscilloscope out to the garage to hook it up to evaluate what was happening. Fortunately, I came up with a better diagnostic tool that’s more easily portable and cost-effective: a two-channel o-scope that hooks up to a PC.


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