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SoundCard Scope, any recommendations for Linux software? 
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What are you using for probes? I have a real scope but it doesnt record and it's very difficult to lock on complex waveforms, so this might actually be useful...

Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:56 pm
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Yes, I'm really enjoying using it! I've had access to nice scopes from my girls dads work at home in NZ, but they are finicky things to use, this just works :-)

Because it's only 5V and audio signals can be that high, i just have it interfaced directly. The input impedance of my card is about 100k Ohms, and it is capacitively coupled.

The software hasn't changed in about 2 years or so. I did see a few bugs, but nothing worth fixing.


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