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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #50 on: December 24, 2016, 08:59:30 pm »
Hey, I've lived there, I'm still scarred although it was the deep south
one more reason for you to apologize. say all the crap you want as an user and individual, i don't give a damn. as a moderator, as you were in that post, not so much.

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but the comments on women were typical, perhaps you can appologize to your wives  :palm:

you should listen to a woman (from any country) speak to other women about her man
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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #51 on: December 24, 2016, 09:00:43 pm »
I would look at GW Instek 1000b it have very good FFT,cost same as Rigol 1054Z.I dont know if it can be hacked
no need to hack! you download the "app" for free on their website
1054b doesn't have serial decoding though..
 

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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #52 on: December 24, 2016, 09:18:57 pm »
Hey, I've lived there, I'm still scarred although it was the deep south, but the comments on women were typical, perhaps you can appologize to your wives  :palm:

All because I made a joke about women.
Political correctness is destroying everything...


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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #54 on: December 24, 2016, 09:24:50 pm »
Generally oscilloscopes don't make good spectrum analysers
That depends entirely on what you want to achieve. An oscilloscope doesn't not have a large dynamic range like a spectrum analyser but an oscilloscope with fast & long FFT has a much higher speed and frequency resolution AND it works down to DC. I have a spectrum analyser but I use the FFT on my oscilloscope more often to look at the frequency domain of a signal.
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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #55 on: December 24, 2016, 09:40:24 pm »
Hey, I've lived there, I'm still scarred although it was the deep south
one more reason for you to apologize. say all the crap you want as an user and individual, i don't give a damn. as a moderator, as you were in that post, not so much.

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but the comments on women were typical, perhaps you can appologize to your wives  :palm:

you should listen to a woman (from any country) speak to other women about her man


Well as a moderator (and fellow 1/4 italian) I am sorry. If it was such comments from a woman about a man they would equally be deemed unacceptable and the particular nature of comment you two exchanged would hardly be directed at a man by a woman and going either way no such comments would be tolerated in english, it's nothing to do with political correctness, it's basic civility. I was alerted to the thread because it had descended into an exchange in a non english language, unbeknown to you i kew exactly what you were saying, now your surpised and feeling caught out!
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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #56 on: December 24, 2016, 10:04:16 pm »
And yet, as a moderator knowledgeable about basic civility and to which we all look up to, you described Italy as a backward country. Someone alert the ambassador !

although your plans for women are somewhat backward like the country you are from!
 

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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #57 on: December 24, 2016, 10:05:51 pm »
And yet, as a moderator knowledgeable about basic civility and which we all look up to, you described Italy as a backward country. Someone alert the ambassador !

although your plans for women are somewhat backward like the country you are from!

And i clarify that with having lived there for 14 unpleasant years (My granmother was italian). and i beleive i have apologized. Shall we get on with the topic at hand or is that also finished with ?
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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #58 on: December 24, 2016, 10:08:27 pm »
Ho I missed your credentials. :D
 

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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #59 on: December 25, 2016, 02:31:02 am »
Well as a moderator [...] I am sorry.

perfect :-+
about the speaking in other languages: we were breaking the rules and you were right about it. just don't talk about things you probably have no idea about as a moderator. as an user, do what you want of course!
ps: been in england quite a bit, have yet to see something that makes me think milan, my bologna or even my hometown in the countryside, the cities i've lived almost all my life, are from a "backward place".
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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #60 on: December 26, 2016, 07:33:16 pm »
MSOX3012T Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: 100 MHz, 2 Analog Plus 16 Digital Channels
is my target for the future ....   8) ^-^
 

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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #61 on: December 26, 2016, 08:39:34 pm »
MSOX3012T Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: 100 MHz, 2 Analog Plus 16 Digital Channels
is my target for the future ....   8) ^-^
What's changed ?  :-//

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Im thinking to buy an SIGLENT SDS1102X as my 1st scope ,but im not sure ,because im pretty beginner in this kind of stuff ..

Did you not know about a Siglent SDS1102X+ ?  (16 ch MSO version with 25 MHz AWG)
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Re: My first oscilloscope,but which one ???
« Reply #62 on: December 26, 2016, 09:11:45 pm »
When evaluating 'scopes last year I tried both the R&S HMO and R&S RTM scopes, they are very different 'scopes.

R&S RTM scopes (we evaluated the R&S RTM 2034) are IMHO better than the Keysight MSO 3034T (the default company 'scope, at the same price point), and has the well designed and finish and feel of R&S kit I'm used to.
R&S HMO scopes (we evaluated the R&S HMO 3054), the HMO 'scope are targeted at a lower budget and present good value at that price point, but it is a step down from the RTM and RTE scopes.

In short it feels like HMO scopes are still Hameg scope with an R&S label where as the RTM scopes feel like a full R&S quality design.

On a separate note, if you need a battery powered 'scope the MicSig TO1104 makes a good offering, (my first home 'scope I bought just over a month ago).
There is an investigation of the licensing/hack in this thread.
http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/micsig-tablet-oscilloscope-tbook-mini-to1000/

I also put a written review in this thread giving my thoughts on it, but the Mikeselecricstuff review above is much deeper.
http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/micsig-to1104-(similar-to-rigol-1104z)/


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