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digital osciloscope

sorry for my message,but i don't know where else to ask this question
Where can i find a digital osciloscope ?
(Which analises the dat a sent in from audio in)
if u don'y know maybe you can tell me where i should ask this
thank you for your time.

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  • panic modepanic mode Posts: 10Member
    : sorry for my message,but i don't know where else to ask this question
    : Where can i find a digital osciloscope ?
    : (Which analises the dat a sent in from audio in)
    : if u don'y know maybe you can tell me where i should ask this
    : thank you for your time.
    :


    www.bitscope.com
  • robpelurobpelu Posts: 14Member
    : sorry for my message,but i don't know where else to ask this question
    : Where can i find a digital osciloscope ?
    : (Which analises the dat a sent in from audio in)
    : if u don'y know maybe you can tell me where i should ask this
    : thank you for your time.
    :
    There are free software out there that can use your sound cards as a DSO ( < 20Khz), perhaps is what you want if the Bandwidth is small enough.

    http://polly.phys.msu.su/~zeld/oscill.html

    Try searching "sound card oscilloscope" or something.

    bye
  • PRINSLOOPRINSLOO Posts: 6Member
    : : sorry for my message,but i don't know where else to ask this question
    : : Where can i find a digital osciloscope ?
    : : (Which analises the dat a sent in from audio in)
    : : if u don'y know maybe you can tell me where i should ask this
    : : thank you for your time.
    : :
    : There are free software out there that can use your sound cards as a DSO ( < 20Khz), perhaps is what you want if the Bandwidth is small enough.
    :
    : http://polly.phys.msu.su/~zeld/oscill.html
    :
    : Try searching "sound card oscilloscope" or something.
    :
    : bye
    :
    Hi try OSC2.51/winscope by Konstantin Zeldovich.It works through an input from your sound card via a stereo input jack.It has two channels-but be warned,you must be carefull that the input does not exceed your sound cards max input.You can use it thru a tape or radio for safety.

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