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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Animesh Maurya, Sep 18, 2003.

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  1. Iam looking for the possibility of any computer interfacing hardware
    through which we can use our PC as an oscilloscope.

    Iam not aware of any such hardware, is anybody having some idea about

    Thanks in advance
  2. Bob Masta

    Bob Masta Guest

    If you only need to monitor audio frequencies, consider using the
    sound card for a really high-resolution scope at very low cost.

    My Daqarta shareware can use an ISA-bus Sound Blaster
    running in real-mode DOS. (It can be launched from an icon in
    Win9x but not later versions). It has lost of features like
    spectrum analysis and signal averaging for noise rejection,
    which you won't find on low-end hardware scopes.

    Sound cards won't go down to DC, however, so if you need
    that you may want to look at my LPTX driver that allows you
    to use a handful of resistors and your printer port to create
    an 8-bit ADC . (8 bits is what most high-speed hardware add-ons
    use, so that's not a problem.)

    Bob Masta

    D A Q A R T A
    Data AcQuisition And Real-Time Analysis
    Shareware from Interstellar Research
  3. Thanks for your suggestion.
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