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Electronics => Open Source Hardware => Topic started by: AndreZheng on May 02, 2020, 01:13:24 pm

Title: Clone Open-source digital oscilloscope "ScopeFun"
Post by: AndreZheng on May 02, 2020, 01:13:24 pm
May 02, 2020
 ;D
Hola. I made a USB 3.0 + Artix-7 + DDR3 Core board. And now I want to add a daughter board with high speed ADC. Any recommendation for ADCs? How about HMCAD1511 which costs around 10$?
BTW, if I use the firmware/software developed by ScopeFun designer, shall I also open source my hardware design source file? Thanks

JULY 12, 2020
The USB3.0(CYUSB3014) + Artix-7(XC7A35T) + 512MB DDR3 core board is ready.  >:D
https://github.com/ChinaQMTECH/Artix7_USB3.0_Development_Board
Title: Re: Clone Open-source digital oscilloscope "ScopeFun"
Post by: OwO on May 02, 2020, 02:00:15 pm
P O S T  S C H E M A T I C S  A N D  L A Y O U T S please.
Title: Re: Clone Open-source digital oscilloscope "ScopeFun"
Post by: aussie_laser_dude on May 02, 2020, 11:25:59 pm
I'd be interested to see any open source stuff, currently trying to make my own version for fun.
Title: Re: Clone Open-source digital oscilloscope "ScopeFun"
Post by: ADLab on May 03, 2020, 07:37:16 pm
hi,

Here is a web-based oscilloscope DIY using beaglebone black and Spartan-6 FPGA. It's based on our master thesis 5 years ago. Finally, we are allowed to distribute it.
https://hackaday.io/project/171379-web-based-oscilloscope-diy-using-beaglebone-black

The DSO part features 8 bits, 250 MS/s, 100 MHz bandwidth, dual channels, external trigger, no troublesome software installation (only web browser needed), software control panel and WiFi-range connectivity.
Title: Re: Clone Open-source digital oscilloscope "ScopeFun"
Post by: wizard69 on June 08, 2020, 08:46:55 am
If you want to distribute the software in any way you should make it open source.   If this is a personal one off project it doesn't matter.    It  might be worth seeing of the ScopeFun developers are interested in supporting other boards.   There are advantages and disadvantages to haveing one software base support multiple hardware solutions.


In any event it would be interesting to see your documentation and code.
;D
Hola. I made a USB 3.0 + Artix-7 + DDR3 Core board. And now I want to add a daughter board with high speed ADC. Any recommendation for ADCs? How about HMCAD1511 which costs around 10$?
BTW, if I use the firmware/software developed by ScopeFun designer, shall I also open source my hardware design source file? Thanks