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Analog Oscilloscope for Beginner

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--- Quote from: Vexer on September 13, 2010, 12:31:35 am ---Thanks for all of your advice! However, after doing a lot of research on oscilloscopes, I have learned that analog oscilloscopes are not good for digital electronics(microcontrollers etc.). This is mainly what I will be working with and have decided to get an Instek GDS-1062A.

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Maybe you can give us some impressions of the GDS-1062A when you've had
a change to try it out?  There are tons of reviews of the Rigol DS1052E, but
not too many of the Instek unit.

Did you get this from tequipment.net?


It is going to be a while before I get it(couple of months). I will definitely post my first impressions of the unit.

Have you looked on ebay for a good deal? I'm sure the instek is probably a good value for the money but you can probably get a very good and comparably priced tek or agilent DSO for a similar price if you don't mind buying second hand. The 1060 looks like its a great value for the money but 99 times out of 100 you get what you pay for.


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