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any cheap handheld of pc-based scope

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by Mullin, Dec 30, 2003.

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  1. Mullin

    Mullin Guest

    as subject
     
  2. ESP
     
  3. Tweetldee

    Tweetldee Guest

    Depends on how hand-held the PC is...

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  4. Mullin

    Mullin Guest

    sorry, should be handheld or pc-based
     
  5. Mullin

    Mullin Guest

    indeed, i'm just thinking buying a handheld scope or a pc-based scope.

    any pros and cons?

    i consider them because no need to have a more big instrument at home.
     
  6. It's still not a well-formed question. A good start would be to make a
    well-formed sentence, or perhaps even a paragraph; the need for ESP would
    decrease. But basically it's going to be hard for anybody to give you any
    useful information unless we know what you want the instrument for, whether
    you want used or new, what "cheap" means to you, what your level of skill
    with the instrument is, whether you have the tools and know-how to calibrate
    or repair a used scope, ...

    Some Googling through old posts on this newsgroup will give you a sense of
    what others have answered to similar questions, and of what kind of
    information you need to specify before your question is meaningful.

    At present your question is analogous to "any cheap two door or diesel car."
     
  7. mike

    mike Guest

    Handheld and PC-based scopes are the MOST expensive ways to go
    and have the least performance/most limitations. Get yourself an older TEK
    portable scope. Which one depends a LOT on what you want to do with it.
    mike


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