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Old 24th May 2004, 09:37 AM   #1
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i was wondering if anyone knows some free software that turns you computer into a oscilloscope via the sound card.?
im looking for something that will work on windows xp or mac os x jaguar?
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There are many pieces of software that do that. Try a search on google. It's not recommended for anything remotely serious per several posts on this forum -- suggest buying a used scope on ebay.
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Funny you should ask.

Windows Based Osilloscopes

I was looking into it too. But as I understand it, software based scopes are not for serious testing. See thread.

I just won a 20Mhz scope auction on EBay for $65 w/ shipping.

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