Hi every body, I have in this moment the chance to get a digital oscilloscope. 50 MHz type. Would this be sufficient for measuring on AVR home brewing items ? i am starting with this matter, so no experience is given, and the chance to get this oscilloscope is until till monday (emergency sale due to avoid filing of administration;-) thanks for your ideas
50 MHz analog bandwith would be sufficient, but a more important characteristic is the sample rate. Do you have any info on that?
Hello, yes I do, technical data is 400 mega samples. I know that others do have a bigger rate. b.rgds
hello, true, more whould be better. maybe an skilled user could indicate the optimal sample rate ? Ja. höherre Sample Rate wäre sicherlich besser. Vielleicht kann einer der erfahrenen Boardmember sich hierzu äußern ? thanks - danke
What about the price? Which scope are we talking about? From my point of few, 400 MSamples/s is enough. For my home projects I'm still using 20 MSamples/s, but I can run my oscilloscope in analoge mode. Anyway, typical usage for measuring higher frequencies might be controlling operation of the crystal oscillator, that's it.