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Analog Oscilloscope for Beginner

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slburris:

--- 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?

Scott

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

TopherTheME:
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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