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Posted December 26th, 2008 by dale
A couple of updates 2009-09-30:
- I purchased a Logic usb-interfaced analyzer from Salae (see below) early in the summer and have been very happy using it on one of my Toughbooks (windows) and I am thrilled that there is a working (alpha) version currently under test for Mac OSX and Linux.
- This summer I bought a Tektronix MSO2014 mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO) which I'm very happy with. Four analog channels at 100MHz plus 16 bits of digital w/ color screen USB (host and target)and Ethernet. It's amazing how far MSOs have come since I bought the HP54622!