OT: soundcard Oscilloscope.
Bryn M. Reeves
bmr at redhat.com
Mon Aug 16 13:30:24 UTC 2010
On 08/16/2010 10:55 AM, Mick M. wrote:
> I am trying to get a soundcard software scope to work in F13.
> So far no luck, dependency hell or missing libraries.
> I found some windows based ones.
> I have XP in Virtualbox, but it cannot talk to the sound card.
> I will be getting a DSO Nano soon, so this is a temporary fix.
> This is a FOSS device from Dangerous Prototypes and Seeed Studios.
> So if you have managed to get one working - please share.
> Mick M
Not the prettiest but builds and runs on recent distributions (not
packaged in Fedora afaik).
Which is going to be less familiar if you're looking for something that
acts like a traditional analog scope but has some neat features for
looking at the spectral components of a signal. Java app but seems to
run fine on OpenJDK.
There's a few other projects out there that I've never played with:
If you are used to Velleman scopes (and maybe have one at home.. :)
there's also QtDSO an interface for the PCS64i series of digital scopes.
No idea if it's in any way useful without the hardware:
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