[time-nuts] A little quick advice, please
stanw1le at verizon.net
Sun Oct 31 14:28:33 UTC 2010
If you already have a PC with a motherboard soundcard or a accessory
soundcard (PCI), then
with appropriate software you can look at signals in the time or
a google search on scope software may find some shareware.
Spectrum Lab, Spectran, etc. are also free and on a windows PC will show
frequency spectrum to the frequency limits of the soundcard.
Just depends what you really want to do and the complexity of your testing.
If you have to spend the money, get one of each.... and play... HI
On 10/31/2010 9:35 AM, William H. Fite wrote:
> 'morning, folks,
> I was just on a verge of purchasing a Tek TDS1012 scope when a friend
> suggested that I could save a chunk of change by buying a BitScope. Although
> I've been aware of PC scopes, I never really looked into them. The specs
> look pretty good (the fact that I was looking at an entry-level Tek will
> give you some idea of my needs).
> Anyone have any experience with BitScope or other of the low-end PC scopes?
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