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Advice on minimal test/programming equipement primarily for digital devices

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by gonzo, Apr 1, 2004.

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  1. gonzo

    gonzo Guest

    Can anyone guide me in acquiring test equipment for use with digital
    devices? I am a novice in the field of electronics and currently own
    a PC(linux), a digital multimeter and a solder iron. I would like to
    acquire programming and test equipment primarily for building digital
    circuits. At the moment I want to program and test EEPROMs. My
    understanding is that I will most likely need:
    1. power supply
    2. programming board
    3. oscilloscope

    Is it at all possible to forget the oscilloscope and use some sort of
    computer program/minimal hardware to use as an oscilloscope? As
    always, I don't have much money or room for extra equipment. Lastly,
    any advice on programming boards is highly appreciated. I want to
    keep things simple so I don't need state of the art equipment. I want
    reliable, straightforward and (hopefully) linux based solution. Thank
    you for your time.
     
  2. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    acquiring test equipment for use with digital devices?
    Some variation on this search string will show you previous opinions
    of this:
    http://groups.google.com/groups?q=g...lm=&rnum=1
     
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