Merry Christmas! The Gift of Oscilloscopes

I was very lucky to receive an awesome new oscilloscope as a Christmas gift this year, which will replace my aging EICO 460 vintage scope.


It’s a Rigol DS1102E digital storage oscolloscope with 100MHz bandwidth, built-in voltage and frequency measurements, waveform functions, and the ability to interface with a PC and export scope traces. This will make my life significantly easier when working with FM radios, and also make documenting the process on here easier as I can directly show the oscilloscope’s output as an image file.


I’ve been busy with a new day job, although my radio repair work has been continuing in the background. Look for several new updates in January. Merry Christmas, everyone!

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3 Responses to Merry Christmas! The Gift of Oscilloscopes

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  3. Brandy says:

    That looks sweet! I was always a little confused how oscilloscopes worked but found an infographic that describes it pretty well.

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