chumbud wrote:This doesn't meet your needs by a long shot but others may be coming across this thread as I did who may be looking for their first scope
chumbud wrote:This doesn't meet your needs by a long shot but others may be coming across this thread as I did who may be looking for their first scope so I thought I'd mention a review I saw of an MP3 sized digital storage scope (1MHz) for only $90 new that just came out this month. Seeed Studio DSO Nano. Same people who make some arduino compatible boards. The scope is even an open source platform.
Stay@HomeElectronics wrote:Those oscilloscopes have a pretty hefty price on them. Have you tried to get the manufacturer or distributor to give you a demo of each?
You may also want to look into LeCroy oscilloscopes. I am sure they probably also have one with similar specifications.
The company that I am at always chose Tektronics because more engineers like the feel of the equipment over that of the Agilent. We picked the one that was the most intuitive, since both pieces of equipment where easily capable of doing the tasks we would ask of them.
Entropy wrote:We have a LeCroy SDA9000 at work. I've had to use the restore partition at least once already - that thing likes to hang on bootup a LOT.
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